Page rank matters for firms that generate web content, so employing the right strategies to boost that rank is always a hot topic. Like most important issues hidden in cloud of mystery, there’s a lot of misinformation surrounding it as well. One of the most common misperceptions about SEO is that you can improve your…

Read More

  by Kelly Lucas, client marketing director Is your website responsive? If not, come April 21st, 2015, Google will have something to say about that. As you’re probably already aware, optimizing your sites for mobile devices, like smart phones and tablets, is a good way to stay relevant, as more and more people are searching…

Read More

  by Kelly Lucas, client marketing director To help businesses consolidate their marketing efforts and be a little more efficient with their time, Google announced their latest initiative Google My Business. The new service doesn’t introduce anything different to the Google marketing mix other than putting everything in one spot for easier and quicker access. Says…

Read More

  by Kelly Lucas, client marketing director So you’ve decided to set up a blog on your website to share your knowledge with the world at large. Great, we whole-heartedly approve! But just as regular blog posts can increase website traffic and potentially attract quality leads, they can also attract the riff raff of the Internet.…

Read More

  Continued growth leads to expansion and internal promotions for Atlanta firm bbr marketing. ATLANTA – January 6, 2013 – Atlanta-based marketing company bbr marketing has acquired additional talent to help the firm meet increasing client demand. Madison (Maddy) Rojo joins the firm as a Junior Designer, contributing her creative talent and technical expertise to…

Read More

  by Sarah Warlick, writer and copy editor Content marketing is hot stuff, and for good reason, but it’s also subject to a number of misconceptions. Read on to clear them up once and for all. Everybody loves content marketing. And why not? It can do so many wonderful things for your firm and has no…

Read More

  by Kelly Lucas, marketing and social media manager We routinely espouse the benefits of blogging to our clients – it’s great for SEO, it shows off your expertise, it highlights the personality of your organization. And while many often agree that it would be great, they often say they are at a loss as to…

Read More

  by Kelly Googe Lucas, marketing & social media manager In an effort to keep sites from gaming the search engine optimization (SEO) system, Google announced at SXSW Interactive that it is currently in the process of adjusting its algorithm. Matt Cutts, head of Google’s Webspam team, discussed how the latest tweak will help websites…

Read More

  by Sarah Warlick, copy editor Spelling, meh. Spellcheck will fix it. My people will handle that. Google doesn’t judge…or does it? As it happens, it does, and the relative quality of your spelling and grammar will be reflected in your website’s page rank on the world’s most powerful search engine. Spelling correctly so that…

Read More

by Kelly Lucas, marketing and social media manager Last week, Atlanta was the site of the inaugural Digital Summit. The event played host to digital enthusiasts of all levels, such as bloggers, execs and marketers looking to hone their online skills, as well as developers and techies. I met many interesting people and met some…

Read More

by Walker Oxley, Oxley Internet Do I need a website? The only answer to that question is YES! Unequivocally. End of Story. Regardless if you are a one man show or have 1000s of employees, having a website has become an essential part of any business. Even if you are not selling anything on the…

Read More