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4 Must-Ask Questions Before Hiring A Search Marketing Agency

While pitching the head of revenue at a growth company, “Jonas”, about our search marketing services, it was evident to me from his questions that his process for choosing a partner wasn’t dialed in. He didn’t know the right things to ask and was at risk of choosing a sub-par partner (there are many out […]

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The 8th Powerful Resource for Lean Startups

In a follow on to my previous post, 7 Powerful Resources for Lean Startups, I’m adding one more amazing resource for you to consider: 8. Leadpages.net If you believe in standing on the shoulders of smart people, then you want to check out this platform.  Clay Collins, the founder, is obsessed with testing landing pages […]

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5 Things SMBs Can Do to Optimize for Mobile Search

The mobile marketing boom is continuing to grow. According to BIA/Kelsey, by 2015 mobile search is expected to exceed desktop search for local business information. But what’s even more interesting is recent data that demonstrates how users interact with their mobile devices when looking for local businesses. According to data from Google, 94% of smartphone […]

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Paid Search Marketing and SEO for Startups Presentation

Presentation to an audience of startup companies at the Santa Monica law offices of Stubbs Alderton & Markiles LLP

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7 Powerful Resources for Lean Startups

As a starter, I am always on the lookout for powerful tools to help me get more done in less time.  Here are 7 resources that I’ve used and I think are worth sharing: 1. GetListed.org If your business serves customers / clients within a certain locality (e.g. your city),you should check out GetListed.org.  This is […]

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Online Marketing and Real Estate

Here’s a recent article I authored on how to get an unfair advantage in real estate (for RE Brokerages).

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comScore’s State of the US Online Retail Economy Q1-2009

Below are slides on comScore’s State of the US Online Retail Economy Q1-2009, and the related effects on search engine traffic and e-commerce. * There was a 210% jump in March on the term “unemployment”. * The Largest realized volume increase for Unique Searches was seen for the term “Coupons”.

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