Posts Tagged ‘search engine optimization’

Small Businesses Spending More And More On Social Media

Ross | January 10th, 2012

According to a newly released study from Borrell Associates, small businesses are spending more of their budgets on social media. In fact, small and medium size businesses expect to spend nearly as much on social media as they do on search engine marketing (see table below). This is not surprising and confirmed by other recent […]

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New SEO Starter Guide From Google

Ross | October 6th, 2010

Google’s revenue from adwords in 2009 was USD$23 billion. While adwords can be part of a strong small business marketing strategy, most startups and small businesses can’t afford to pay much for traffic. There are excellent alternatives, including search engine optimization (SEO). A few years ago, Google released a very useful search engine optimization starter […]

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Search Engine Optimization Tips For Startups

Ross | February 24th, 2010

Search engine optimization (SEO) can provide low cost opportunities for a startup to market its products and/or services. However, many startup founders don’t appreciate the difficulty of executing an effective SEO strategy when you have a new company and a new domain. There are SEO experts, of course, and some are outstanding (follow Danny Sullivan […]

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10 Practical Small Business SEO and SEM Marketing Tips

Ross | September 22nd, 2009

crowdSPRING is a small company (our team is 10 people). For a small company, efforts spent on one marketing initiative typically take away from other marketing initiatives. Entrepreneurs and small businesses often ask us about how we market – and especially about SEO (search engine optimization) and SEM (paid search). Here are our top ten […]

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