Local SEO: [The Ultimate How-To Guide]

If you’re looking for a pair of shoes online, you might enter the term “running shoes” into the search bar. You don’t care where they come from (brand or location) as long as they meet your criteria of aesthetics, affordability, and function. Now let’s say that a pipe bursts and you need to find a […]

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Read Some of The Funniest Reviews Online!

10 of the Funniest Reviews Online If you wanted to describe most online reviews in one word, you might choose something like “informative” or “helpful” or “useful.” Sometimes, though, there’s no other word to describe certain reviews than hilarious. A lot of people have a great sense of humor, and sometimes that shows up in […]

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How Many Pageviews Should My Site Get?

You’ve ticked all of the “marketing” boxes for your new business – you’ve created a Facebook page, signed up for Google My Businesses, started keyword research, and designed a shiny new website. But now what? How do you know if your efforts are successful? When new businesses are first starting their digital marketing efforts, one of […]

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How to Create Website Traffic with Social Media

As a new small business owner, it’s likely that one of the first things you did after buying your domain name was create a Facebook account. Why is that? Social media is, for better or worse, ingrained in our culture. It’s how we read the news, catch up with friends, and, fortunately for you, decide […]

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How Long Does it Take to Rank in Google

One of the questions the Big Leap SEO team gets the most often is “how long will it take for me to rank #1 in Google results?” The obvious answer to this oft-asked question is “it depends.” The ranking is affected by many factors – your industry, the amount of keyword competition, how quickly your […]

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Above the Fold Content: What You Need to Know

The term “above the fold” in digital marketing lingo is used to refer to the part of a web page that is visible in the user’s browser window when a page is first loaded. Any portion of the page that the user would have to scroll down to see is considered “below the fold.” The […]

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New to Google Search: Dataset Schema

Google recently announced the release of its Data Schema integration, which makes it easier for users to view data visually in search engine results pages (SERPs). With the new schema.org integration, users will now be able to see published datasets from pages in the SERPs in the form of charts, graphs, and tables in the […]

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