• SEO

    Keyword Research for SEO: Top Tips & Practices

    Want to find high-intent keywords by using proven, effective methods? Wish you could establish a simple yet powerful keyword strategy to help your target audience find you faster? You can — especially if you understand your audience deeply and create a solid keyword strategy based on intent. On November 3, I moderated a sponsored Search Engine Journal webinar presented by Zack Kadish, Sr. SEO Success Manager at Conductor. He delivered an eye-opening crash course on keyword intent research techniques, tips, and tactics. Here’s a quick recap of the webinar presentation. If you want to dig into details, complete the form  

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  • Website Design

    SunAnt Interactive, LLC, a Website Design and Internet Marketing Company Located in Milwaukee, WI, Has Acquired Alkon Consulting Group, Inc. of Schererville, IN

    MILWAUKEE, Nov. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — “We are extremely excited about this development and look forward to welcoming the Alkon family of clients to the SunAnt family,” says Matt Collins, Partner and General Manager of SunAnt Interactive. “We identified the opportunity with Alkon Consulting early in the summer. The closer we examined the opportunity, the more convinced we were. We have remained true to our growth-by-referral and acquisition model, so any time we can add successful businesses/clients to our book of business, we are quick to do so. Alkon has been a well-run and well-respected company for just  

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  • Technology News

    Apple sticking taxpayers with part of the bill for digital ID rollout

    Apple is making U.S. states foot part of the bill and provide customer support for its plan to turn iPhones into digital identification cards, according to confidential documents obtained by CNBC. The company requires states to maintain the systems needed to issue and service credentials, hire project managers to respond to Apple inquiries, prominently market the new feature and push for its adoption with other government agencies, all at taxpayer expense, according to contracts signed by four states. Apple announced in June that its users could soon store state-issued identification cards in the iPhone’s Wallet app, billing it as a  

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  • Gadjet And Laptop

    Asus takes it back to 2019 with new GTX 1650 OLED laptop

    Asus’ latest machines aimed at creators offer the latest and not-so-latest Nvidia mobile graphics. Armed with newer tech, like an OLED panel with up to a 90 Hz refresh rate and 11th-gen Intel and AMD Ryzen 5000-series mobile CPUs, the Asus Vivobook Pro 14 and 15 OLED laptops announced today also have some interesting choices for graphics: either the current-gen RTX 3050 or the GTX 1650, a card that first debuted two generations ago. The mobile GTX 1650 originally came out in 2019 with GDDR5 memory. But in 2020, as current-generation cards were virtually impossible to find at anywhere near  

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  • Internet Marketing

    Viral Marketing Campaigns That Shaped The Internet

    In a 1996 article for Fast Company, business author and academic Jeffrey Rayport wrote: “Think of a virus as the ultimate marketing program.” “When it comes to getting a message out with little time, minimal budgets, and maximum effect, nothing on earth beats a virus,” Rayport explained. “Every marketer aims to have a dramatic impact on thinking and behavior in a target market; every successful virus does exactly that.” Rayport, who currently serves as a faculty member in the Entrepreneurial Management Unit at Harvard Business School, is primarily credited with coining the term “viral marketing,” or “v-marketing,” as it  

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  • SEO

    What’s Next For SEO: 7 Predictions From Google

    Google’s Search Relations team gets together for a discussion on the future of SEO in the latest episode of the Search Off the Record podcast. The team of Google’s John Mueller, Gary Illyes, and Martin Splitt talk about the changes they’ve seen in the past decade and anticipate what’s next for SEO. More specifically, the three Google veterans touch on the following aspects of SEO and predict how important they’ll be within the next several years: Here are all the highlights from the 45+ minute episode. The Future Of HTML In SEO Mueller suggests SEOs won’t need to learn HTML  

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