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Huge Free Publicity in 20 Minutes Per Week

Getting exposure on Forbes.com or CNBC is supposed to be for the most elite of elite companies. But with access to just a few simple tools and the discipline to spend 20 minutes per week, any business can get coverage on major media outlets and grow their business.Learn More
  • 9 Oct, 2012
  • Jon Tucker
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  • HARO, link building, PR, publicity,

Kony 2012 Case Study- Over 100 Million Views

If you follow any trends online, you’ve most likely heard a lot of buzz lately about Kony 2012. Kony 2012 is a video created by Invisible Children, a non-profit client of ours based here in San Diego. The video is being called “the most viral video of all time”…and the stats prove it.Learn More
  • 14 Mar, 2012
  • Jon Tucker
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Case Study- More Than Doubling Lead Conversion Rate

Scott Desind and Mike Klijian are traffic ticket attorneys based in southern California. They were referred to us from TicketKick, a client that we manage SEO / Google rankings for that is also in the ticket services business. The Traffic Ticket Attorneys (TTA) were in need of a new website in addition to development andLearn More
  • 22 Feb, 2012
  • Jon Tucker
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Case Study- Helping Non-Profit Leverage Their Huge Network

Invisible Children (IC) is a San Diego based 501(c)3 public charity focused on ending conflict in Northern Uganda. Their story and work is incredibly inspiring and we encourage you to learn more at InvisibleChildren.com. While IC had a website in place and (a lot of) buzz online from their network around the world, they hadLearn More
  • 8 Feb, 2012
  • Jon Tucker
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Case Study- 35% Traffic Increase with $1,000's in Monthly Revenue

TicketKick is a legal document preparation company that helps drivers get their traffic tickets dismissed through the trial by written declaration process. After just a few years in business, TicketKick is rapidly growing their San Diego team and expanding the legal document verticals that they service. While the company was aggressively marketing their services throughLearn More
  • 27 Jan, 2012
  • Jon Tucker
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