»Bryan Phelps
Bryan Phelps
CEO at Big Leap
Bryan is Big Leap's CEO and founder. When he's not working on the business you can find him spending time with his family, enjoying the sun in St. George, UT, or hitting the links. Maybe all three.

Big Leap Honored in 2016 Inc. 5000

When I started Big Leap back in 2008, I couldn’t have imagined that we’d be where we are now in 2016.

The early years of Big Leap were mostly centered around affiliate marketing websites I had built and some on-and-off consulting with local businesses about organic and paid search.

In 2013, I launched Big Leap full-time and […]

By |August 22nd, 2016|Categories: Company News|

BuzzStream: Resources & Prospecting Searches

Like most good SEO’s, my techniques for obtaining links has drastically changed over the last 2 years. There’s no doubt that quality is the only option now and quality takes time and a lot of manual work.

While you can’t completely take the manual work out of it, BuzzStream has made it a lot easier and […]

By |January 25th, 2013|Categories: Tools|

What You Need to Know about Your Website’s IP Address

It’s undeniable that the internet has changed the way we communicate, socialize and complete basic tasks on a daily basis. And while most of us use the internet on a daily basis, not very many of us actually understand how it works.

While it may be difficult for the average Joe to understand everything, there are […]

By |January 9th, 2013|Categories: Internet|

How to Promote & Prepare Your Site for Guest Bloggers

This is a guest blog post provided by Kevin Phelps.

Guest blogging has become a buzzword around the internet marketing industry for good reason; it works. It’s a win-win situation for both the webmaster and the blogger if done correctly but oftentimes webmasters fall short on content because they don’t know how to promote their own […]

By |July 2nd, 2012|Categories: Blogging, Link Building, SEO|

Will Google’s +1 Button Hurt Your Rankings?

Google is jumping into the button game along side Facebook, Twitter, Digg and many others to introduce their +1 button.  Webmasters can now add the +1 button to their websites so visitors can essentially endorse a webpage and recommend it to their friends.
A New Form of Spam?
There is a common cycle in the SEO world […]

By |June 1st, 2011|Categories: Industry News, SEO|

Best Place for Google Search Volume?

The answer is: nowhere, at least to find an accurate number.  There has been some much needed coverage recently in the SEO world about the Google AdWords tool vs. Google’s Search-Based Keyword Tool (SKTool).  To get some history, check out posts on Smackdown and David Naylor.

The various keyword tools do provide some interesting information about […]

By |August 17th, 2010|Categories: SEO|

Yahoo! to Test Bing Search Results

The Yahoo!/Bing merger announced in early 2009 will begin to finally roll out in upcoming months.  In an email sent to Yahoo! advertisers, the company officially announced that it will slowly begin live testing Bing results on Yahoo.com as early as this month.

What does this mean from an SEO perspective?  While Google continues to dominate search share each month, the combination of Yahoo! and Bing will account for approximately 30% of the search volume coming from the Bing algorithm.  […]

By |July 16th, 2010|Categories: Industry News, SEO|

Google Showing Site Links in PPC Ads

Google is continuing to experiment with the style and options of PPC ads.  With more and more users going straight to the organic rankings, Google and other search engines are desperately looking for ways to draw people back to the paid ads.  As shown in the image below, Google is showing something similar to organic […]

By |December 9th, 2009|Categories: PPC|

Things You Should Consider When Buying a Domain Name

When starting a new website, many businesses or people struggle with the decision to pick a domain name and top-level domain (TLD). Simply put, the domain name is the main part of your website. The TLD is what comes after that, usually .com, .net. org, etc. For this website BigLeapWeb would be the domain name and .com would be the TLD. Ultimately, the decision comes down to the purpose of your website. Some people don’t put a lot of thought into their domain name but if you follow some of the tips below, you will be setting yourself up better to serve your customers and make your SEO and Internet Marketing efforts a little easier. […]

By |November 12th, 2009|Categories: Domain Names, SEO|

5 Tips for Multiple Website Owners

Many business owners that have been on the web for awhile have more than one website. A common purpose for this is to flood the Internet with your websites so searchers are more likely to find one of your sites than your competitions. This is a well-known and commonly used strategy but there are a few key points to remember when using it.

Tip #1 – Unique Content
It is extremely important to insure that the content on each of your websites is unique and not duplicated. This can be tricky when it comes to certain pages like “About Us” or a company history page. If you duplicate some of this content, having multiple sites can work against you more than actually help you. […]

By |October 12th, 2009|Categories: Domain Names, SEO|