Fast Track for an Audience: SEO for Small Companies Explained

If your site is flawless, but still not getting the traffic or ranking it deserves, running a quick onsite audit will give you some immediate gains that can be followed by off-site focus.

Tools I Love and Recommend

There are a million tools out there. The gold standard is Moz. Moz can tell you where your website ranks, how well it’s doing, and what sort of unlinked mentions are out there, but a lot of Moz’s tools are not free. Using an all-encompassing tool like Seo Site Checkup will give you more options, and is free to use. You are looking to make sure everything is labeled,has a buddy, and is working. There are a plethora of free services you can use to double check your site, whether is Screaming Frog or the ‘find broken links’ chrome plugin, your options are limitless. Continue reading “Fast Track for an Audience: SEO for Small Companies Explained”

Mary Grace lives in the beautiful Boise, Idaho. She loves hiking, skiing, and exploring human interactions. Tweet her @marmygrace, or email her directly at marmgrace(@) gmail (dot) com.

This is Why You’re Not Getting Published

If you are a small business owner, you’re probably doing a lot of your own SEO. From plugging pages in search, to trying to write on relevant, high ranking guest blogs in your niche and getting on non-spammy local directories you are probably hitting everything you can. While perfecting your site, and getting on local directories are vital parts of your SEO marketing, guest posting might be the hardest beast for a small business owner to crack into. Continue reading “This is Why You’re Not Getting Published”

Mary Grace lives in the beautiful Boise, Idaho. She loves hiking, skiing, and exploring human interactions. Tweet her @marmygrace, or email her directly at marmgrace(@) gmail (dot) com.