Congratulations. You have a captivating website, excellent SEO, extraordinary content and all search engines love you just as much as your targeted audience. You are the coolest kid on the block, and everyone wants to play with you, take a selfie, and invite you to their birthday. Your business is booming, your brand is becoming a household name, and your sales are skyrocketing. You've done it. You've conquered the Internet, and now you can relax and enjoy the profits.
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As a digital marketing strategist and top-rated consultant with over 15 years of experience, Abe Rubarts is on a mission to make the internet more fun for everyone. With his background in tech, sales, customer service, and advertising, this personal growth expert Knows What You're Going Through! Abe loves helping busy people like YOU figure out your next step forward - whether that's building an audience or making money online. And he does it all through strategic planning; providing guidance while keeping things fresh & exciting so you stay motivated every day.
People are impatient and that can be easily seen when you’re driving around a busy metropolis like New York. On every road, traffic light, and even on the sidewalks, people will not hesitate to smash their horns , just to save a few seconds. In most big cities in the US, God forbid you haven't dashed off from the stop line after the signal turns yellow. A tirade of swears, horns, and other unpleasant screams will splash over you like a Tsunami.
You have probably noticed that we often talk about Google a lot.
Looking back, that does seem like some kind of morbid fixation on the tech giant, and at times it may appear as if they pay us to say good things about them. We promise you that's not the case, although if anyone from Google reads this, we are open to any kind of financial aid.
Have you ever wondered why people visit your website? Why do they choose exactly your website among the thousands of others that are just as relevant?
Using Google Ads lets you capitalize on the world's most popular website. Google processes over 40,000 search queries every second. Some of those searches can bring customers to your business.
It's 2022 and guess what? Google is going local. That sounds familiar. As if a bestowed Top 10 Dallas search engine optimization agency like Locus Digital has already predicted this is the future of SEO optimization.
The '90s were a great time for those brands who were not that fond of the idea of investing in their digital presence. Putting up a simple website, no matter its condition, always caught the customer's eye. After all, the Internet was new and fascinating. However, if you haven't taken the bold step of cryogenically freezing yourself like Walt Disney, you'd probably have noticed that the '90s were 30 years ago, and today almost every aspect of our lives is driven thanks to the Internet.
Although still ongoing, we can already say without a hint of a doubt that 2021 was as sane as a cow, uncontrollably laughing while dancing on Macarena. Much of the world was on fire (sometimes literally), and this tiny little thing we almost notice in the past two years - the Covid pandemic - has dramatically changed the way we think, the way we make decisions, and most importantly, the way we look for products and services.
Having a website in this day and age is fundamental for any brand. The presence on the web is crucial for getting new clients and having them spend time with you even from the comfort of their homes. And although in the real world you can give an address to your store by naming the street and its number, in the digital world, it is far more, well, digital. All addresses are sequences of numbers, and not knowing how to give the correct address to your client is the first step towards your fast and inevitable crash.
If you haven't lived with polar bears in the past two decades, chasing after all those juicy, delicious seals, you know about Google - the search engine that knows all. Can you imagine the world without Google? How many drunken arguments will remain unresolved, how many pointless facts will remain unknown, how hard research would be, and how difficult your online business will get. Yes, Google is much like a God - all-knowing, judging whether you are right or wrong and depriving you of all privacy.