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Tyler Brown
Digital Marketing Director at Big Leap
Tyler is an Digital Marketing Director at Big Leap. He has developed and deployed online marketing strategies for many enterprise level clients as well as clients serving a local audience. Tyler specializes in technical SEO and local search.

How to Use Search Console to Your Advantage

History of Webmaster Tools & Search Console
Google released Webmaster Tools to the public in 2006. According to Google’s Official Blog, the tool was originally launched with the goal “to reach as many webmasters as possible in order to help them create more search engine friendly sites”. The end goal was to help webmasters and SEOs […]

By |February 1st, 2018|Categories: Search Console|

Do You Know How Your Website Ranks on Google? 4 Tools to Find Out

To many, search rankings are the hallmark of a successful SEO campaign. While ranking well in organic search is not the end-all-be-all to SEO success, it is difficult to argue with the potential benefits (traffic) of ranking on page one of Google, especially in the top three positions or even in a featured snippet.

Of […]

By |June 12th, 2017|Categories: SEO|

Optimizely vs. Unbounce: A Side-By-Side Comparison

The world of conversion rate optimization can be so valuable when executed properly, yet so often there is much confusion surrounding it. There are hundreds of tools you can use to get the job done, but for the purpose of this article, I want to focus on two of my favorite CRO tools and some […]

By |August 22nd, 2016|Categories: Conversion Optimization, Tools|

5 Technical SEO Issues You May Be Overlooking

 

Managing the technical SEO aspects of your site can be a little daunting, even for digital marketing professionals. Here are the top five most common technical SEO issues that you may be overlooking on your site.
1. Blog on subdomain vs subfolder vs external website
I know, it’s the age old conundrum of where to give the […]

By |March 25th, 2016|Categories: Conversion Optimization, Link Building, SEO|

Why Forming the Perfect Pitch Doesn’t Matter

Have you ever wondered if anyone has come up with the perfect pitch for getting content placed on high-quality blogs? Do you ever wish someone would just give it to you? I have. I’ve scoured the web looking for the perfect pitch, only to end up piecing together my own ideas—after days, weeks, months, and years […]

By |November 13th, 2014|Categories: Marketing, SEO|