"In the 14 months since we partnered with SEO Advantage®, our firm has won over 400 page 1 rankings and takes the #1 spot globally for 'copper bullion,' beating out an impressive 4.8 million competing listings!"- Joe Merrick, Provident Metals
Provident Precious Metals, LLC, a Dallas-based gold bullion firm, partnered with SEO Advantage® in 2010 to re-design its website and online store, build site content and make it highly visible to search engines.
In that time, the strategic partnership has yielded impressive results with new milestones being met each day. Provident's growth through online sales has accelerated well beyond anyone's expectations.
The two firms will next set their sights on the super-competitive keywords for the bullion industry, 'gold bullion' and 'silver bullion.' Dominating these terms on Google will vault Provident among the most elite gold bullion dealers and offer the firm even more opportunities for future growth. Stay tuned for more news on this exciting partnership!
Online incorporation service MaxFilings operates in a highly competitive market. In December 2013, looking for a better way to get their message to entrepreneurs, they signed up for SEO Advantage's Premium Content Initiative. Within their first quarter as a PCI client, MaxFilings saw a 49% rise in referral traffic to its website compared to the previous quarter. By month 4 the number of conversions had doubled compared to the month prior to beginning PCI.Want to know how we did it? Watch this space for our upcoming case study!
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The big news in SEO and online marketing this week regards Google (doesn’t it always?) and their recent announcement that they’ll no longer be displaying authorship photos in SERPS. What does that mean for us? Depends on who you ask, but it’s safe to say that most of us are at the very least bummed about this development.
Over at Moz, the discussion on the removal of authorship photos includes some important reminders. Namely, that authorship itself isn’t going anywhere, and its purpose – to help identify quality content by subject matter experts – remains the same.
Meanwhile, the folks at LunaMetrics have posted a poll regarding how authorship photos affect search, and the discussion at Search Engine Land contains a lot of different perspectives on the change and authorship in general.… Continue Reading