Wondering how to rank on page one of Google?
Maybe you’ve hired an agency or perhaps you’re just experimenting with search engine optimization on your own—either way, you’re probably asking yourself, “How do I know if my SEO is working?” After all, how can you know if something is worth your time and money without checking to see if it’s actually doing what you hoped it would?
If you’re reading this, you might be thinking about hiring an SEO company. Or maybe you’ve already hired one and are eager to see results. Either way, you’re asking yourself, “How long does it take for SEO to work?” When will your business start showing up on page one of Google search results?
What’s better than working at GetPhound? Taking a break from work once a month for a team-building activity!
Today, your business needs an online presence. Not having one would be like not having a phonebook listing back in the day: you’d be invisible to your potential customers.
Was one of your New Year’s resolutions to amp up your exercise routine? Same here.
It’s a question we get a lot: I’m a small business owner, can I do SEO on my own? The answer is: of course! You can do anything you set your mind to. But there are a few reasons our clients decide to have us do the heavy lifting SEO-wise while they continue to run a successful business.
A snow day is a weird day in the middle of the week where you are ready to go to work, and instead you are told that it is too dangerous to even go outside. We’ve had some crazy weather in the Philly area this year (remember the “bomb cyclone?”), so the GetPhound team has become pretty good at getting work done while enjoying these wonderful winter days. We invite you to take a head-to-toe journey with us through the anatomy of a hypothetical GetPhound snow day:
Last month, Facebook dropped news of its latest algorithm update, and it’s making businesses a little nervous.
Every once in awhile, some thought leader in the Internet marketing industry comes out with a piece asking “Is SEO dead?” and then pronouncing it officially deceased. The articles usually claim that some other aspect of digital promotion has replaced it: social media, paid search, web design—you name it. But the truth is, SEO is like a cockroach in a nuclear apocalypse, it can’t die. Not unless Google dies, which seems unlikely in the near future.