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Few words rule Digital Marketing like “SEO”.  So what is it and how do you get it?  SEO stands for “search engine optimization”… ok, so what does that mean… Search engines, like Google, Yahoo, even Pinterest, utilize a formula of many aspects, including but not limited to page structure, keyword strength, visitor experience, and reputation to determine if a page is optimized.  

Leslie Laney, President and CEO of A Media Marketing, recently sat down with Beth Foreman. Data Ninja, to discuss SEO and Google’s newest SEO standards.  “SEO has always been a part of our business as it’s such an important part of Digital Marketing.  There are over 3 TRILLION web pages now and that’s a lot of competition.  Our experience around SEO has always been driven by an organic standpoint rather than trying to manipulate the search engines.  This approach has paid off because Google, the largest search engine in the world, is trying to deliver a genuine experience to their users by removing the “cheap cheats.”  For example, Google frowns upon and will lower the ranking of websites that keyword stuff their pages or try to use invisible text that you saw dominate websites in the early 2000’s.  While people are getting savvier every day about how to gain attention for their sites, we’ve always approached SEO from a more holistic perspective.  For example, we: 

  • focus on building strong websites with valuable content,
  • complete the behind-the-scenes components that are important for fundamentally strong websites
  • integrate social media into the conversation
  • choose the right social media channel to help our client’s SEO and drive search results
  • plan our client’s social media efforts to align with the services they provide
  • take advantage of what the search engines offer.

Google, for example, offers Google Business Pages, but if they are not filled out accurately and completely, your company may not show up on Google maps correctly, or your information could be incorrect which would frustrate customers or make it impossible to find you, and people could be leaving reviews that you can’t manage, which could be the death of your company.  It’s important to make sure all of the pieces of the puzzle are in place to have genuine search engine results, or optimization.”  

Google has assembled the Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide, which is a step-by-step guide of how to formulate your own SEO plan and ensure that the behind-the-scene factors are addressed. https://static.googleusercontent.com/media/www.google.com/en//webmasters/docs/search-engine-optimization-starter-guide.pdf

Another good reference is The Periodic Table of SEO Success Factors provided by Search Engine Land 

http://searchengineland.com/seotable

 

Spotlight: Life as a Digital Marketer!

Wednesday, 03 May 2017 Written by Published in Projects

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On August 6th, 1991, the World Wide Web was launched to the public. A year BEFORE the public even got to explore this new virtual world, “Digital Marketing” had already been termed, and soon after in 1993, the first clickable web-ad banner made its appearance.  Now today, with over 3.7 BILLION people using the internet, Digital Marketing is changing not only how companies sell us products, but also:

  • how we form opinions,
  • how we shop,
  • what we like,
  • our experience expectations, and
  • to whom we are loyal.

Sixteen years ago, when Leslie Laney began her journey in marketing for a Fortune 100 Company, she took on digital marketing organically.  Her willingness to learn and absorb the latest technology made her a natural for the industry. Like many starting at the forefront of new innovations, there were no formal college courses to take, but there were networking forums and emerging experts to emulate.
Early on, under the tutelage of Alan Atkisson, one of the world’s leading sustainability experts, Leslie mastered the principles of strategic planning and the concepts surrounding digital analytics, systems thinking, trending, digital innovation and marketing acumen.  “I believe the key to my success is I am constantly searching for positive mentors,” said Laney, President and CEO of A Marketing Media.  “I do it for my business and in my personal life.  I know when someone is bringing positive energy and wisdom to my life. I, in turn, can pay it forward to my clients and partners.”   
Leslie went on to say that Digital Marketing requires a daily investment.  To be successful, digital marketers and their clients must:

  • stay on top of the trends,
  • be alert of the changes in technology, and
  • adapt to the changes in consumer attitude.

These points all require listening to reputable industry contributors, performing analytics, and participating in well-thought-of experiences, whether it’s a course, a webinar, a forum, or other valuable resource.   “Even if it’s simply one article per day, that new piece of information can change everything for your clients,” Leslie emphasized. “There is no way to predict what the future holds at the pace things are progressing so it’s critical to be disciplined and stay engaged.”
Over the past six years, the skills that Leslie has mastered have been used to elevate not only her clients and their businesses, but also local influencers.  By interweaving the human fundamentals of connection with the lightning speed of social channels, Leslie hopes to inspire other Digital Marketers. Her drive is to bring a genuine, enriched experience while giving voice to the people with whom we are trying to effectively communicate.  Leslie routinely offers training to her clients and to the public on a variety of social media aspects, and promotes “Tampa Bay Transformers” as a link to the influencers in her area.


Learn about “Tampa Bay Transformers”: http://www.amediamarketing.com/tampa-bay-transformers
Watch the “Tampa Bay Transformers” videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLo4UQjUvIBmr5bCV187_TxDnCo4zmFync
Register for Social Media Training: http://www.amediamarketing.com/social/social-media-training
Learn about AMM’s Strategic Planning Consultation: http://www.amediamarketing.com/marketing-plans
View an infographic of the History and Evolution of Digital Marketing: https://www.simplilearn.com/history-and-evolution-of-digital-marketing-article
Learn more about Alan Atkisson: https://alanatkisson.com/

The Best 3 Minute Fudge Sauce Recipe!

Wednesday, 11 January 2017 Written by Published in Projects

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The Best 3 Minute Fudge Sauce Recipe!

"This is a family favorite. When I was a kid my mom would buy a store made Angel Food cake and serve big fat slices of it for dessert with this fudge sauce on the side - it’s so good you’ll want to lick your plate clean. Fabulous on ice cream and especially banana splits! It’s decadent, delicious and goes fast! If you have any leftover (not usually the case in my house) it’s even amazing cold. Try it by the spoonful when the kids are asleep!"
- Beth Foreman aka A Media Marketing's Data Ninja!


Ingredients:

  • 1/4 cup margarine
  • 1 square chocolate (or 3 tbsp cocoa)
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • dash of salt

Directions:

  • Boil for 1 minute at full boil
  • Cool
  • Makes enough for 4-6 dishes of ice cream

The AMM Team LOVES the Fudge Sauce samples!

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Devour your delicious Fudge Sauce over angel food cake, ice cream and whatever you choose!

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