What Is Page Rank?

Posted by Mike Munter on January 28, 2013 / Posted in Blog

Page Rank is a scale Google uses to help determine the importance of a particular website.  It’s measured from 0-10, with a Page Rank 10 being the highest. Page Rank is one of many factors that helps determine where your site lands in Google search results.  In layman’s terms, your site’s Page Rank is an indication of your site’s “authority” … More

What Is Bounce Rate?

Posted by Mike Munter on January 26, 2013 / Posted in Blog

“I came, I puked, I left.” I love this vivid description used by Avinash Kaushik in his book “Analytics 2.0” to describe the meaning of bounce rate. Bounce rate is a measure of whether people actually click on anything upon arriving at your website. It is expressed as a percentage and is an important metric search engines use to determine … More

The Changing Landscape Of SEO and Online Marketing [PODCAST]

Posted by Mike Munter on January 23, 2013 / Posted in Blog

In our first podcast, Vitaly and I talk about how SEO and online marketing changed in 2012. It used to be that the primary focus of an SEO company was to try to rank your website for various keywords, but that methodology is now gone. In 2013, you’ve got to do what Vitaly calls “Real Marketing”.  This means you’ve got … More

Move Your Newsletter Content To Your Blog And Reach A Wider Audience

Posted by Mike Munter on January 17, 2013 / Posted in Blog

If you’re sending content-rich newsletters to your clients and prospects, congratulations! You’re doing a great job of keeping in touch and I’ll bet you’re getting new business because of it. But if you’re not putting that same content on your website, you’re missing an opportunity to reach a world of consumers who’re looking for the services you provide. Since you’ve … More

Organizing Your Gmail Inbox For High Productivity

Posted by Mike Munter on January 11, 2013 / Posted in Blog

Do you ever feel overwhelmed by the number of emails you receive? Wouldn’t you love to organize them easier and faster, so you can take action on the really important ones? A few of my clients have the same problem.  I know they’re overwhelmed with emails because sometimes they don’t reply to requests I send them.  Later when I meet … More