5 Fatal Beginner Mistakes That Will Deplete Your PPC Budget Fast

Drawing in traffic to your Web site takes time and a great strategy. This especially holds true when you’re using search engine optimization. What a lot of small business owners are finding to be quicker and just as effective are pay-per-click ads. By implementing PPC ads into your marketing campaign, you can target specific people…

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Rise of the Undead: Making Sure Local SEO Is In Your Marketing Plan

Remember when SEO was big? We do too; in fact, that’s how many of us got started in this whole digital marketing field! Recent trends, however, have seen a decided shift from traditional SEO in favor of local and content strategies. Well, we’re here to tell you: don’t put away that SEO hat just yet!…

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Google Places Optimization – How to Rank Despite the Google 3-Pack Changes

How to combat the new Google Local changes with these Google Places Optimization tips! Chances are if you’re at all tuned in to the digital marketing radio that are the usual marketing news sites online then you already know there’s news on the local front. Google is now showing only three business instead of seven…

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Local Internet Marketing – How to Generate Leads Every day

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5 Ways to Keep Your Local Clients Long-Term

Did you know it costs 80% LESS to keep a client as opposed to landing a new one? No wonder so many local marketing start-ups struggle to get their business off the ground and flying. If you’re losing any clients then those leaks are costing you BIG TIME! Of course we love landing new clients…

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5 Mistakes to Avoid on Social Media to Protect your Online Reputation

Here at Local Oxygen our Social Media Marketing department is dealing more and more with protecting and repairing online reputation. The Internet has now been around long enough that former teenagers who are in the job market are sometimes seeing the affects that poor choices made in the past can wreak on the present. Teachers,…

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