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Grow Your Business – Focus On Addressable Opportunities

There are so many ways to grow your business, but what should you focus on? In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, we discuss what to focus on when marketing if you want to grow your business quickly and effectively.Learn More
  • 26 Jun, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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Don’t Use Google for Free Images

If you download free images from Google, you can be sued for thousands of dollars. In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, you’ll learn why Google’ing for website images can be dangerous and what’s a more effective and a safe way to get images for your website. Learn More
  • 4 Apr, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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You Can't Sell a Business with These Website Design Mistakes

In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Show, we explain how to review your website design and marketing systems to ensure your business is organized clearly so you can hire someone to run the business or even sell the company profitably.Learn More
  • 15 Jan, 2014
  • Jon Tucker
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3 Common (and Critical) SEO Mistakes – Podcast 008

In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Podcast, we discuss three mistakes we see businesses make all the time with their websites that lower their Google rankings. After reading this blog or listening to this podcast, you should be able to look at your site and easily determine if you’re making these basic but bigLearn More
  • 9 Jul, 2013
  • Jon Tucker
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Don't Get Swindled by Web Designers – Podcast 006

In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Podcast, we discuss the two things you must receive from web designers after developing a new website. Without them, you could end up rebuilding your website from scratch in the future. Before we get into anything technical, here’s a helpful analogy: Building a website is like buyingLearn More
  • 25 Jun, 2013
  • Jon Tucker
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Don't Lose 90% of Your Traffic – Podcast 004

In this episode of The Compete Marketing Group Podcast, we discuss a serious and common mistake that businesses make when they launch a new website, one that can drastically and immediately decrease web traffic by 50 percent or more. To ensure you don’t lose all of your traffic after a website relaunch, there are twoLearn More
  • 20 May, 2013
  • Jon Tucker
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SEO for Press Releases- What Matters and What Doesn't

Distributing press releases is not something that should be done specifically for SEO.  Reason being, they’re not as powerful as they used to be in boosting website authority. While you might get links to your website when the press release is distributed online, Google knows that these links are all coming from the same press releaseLearn More
  • 4 Oct, 2012
  • Jon Tucker
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  • link building, press releases, SEO,

Is Your Website Traffic Being Tracked?

In business, if you don’t track something there is little way to know if it’s effective. A website is no different- if you have a website and you’re not tracking traffic coming to the site, the website is just another expense in your business. Website tracking is easy to implement with Google Analytics, a freeLearn More
  • 23 May, 2012
  • Jon Tucker
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2 Website Redesign Mistakes to Avoid

So you’ve had your current website for awhile and have decided that it’s time for a refresh? GREAT! Redesigning a website can have quite a few benefits, including boosting conversion and overcoming technical constraints from the way the old website was coded. However, if your team isn’t careful when launching the redesigned website, you canLearn More
  • 29 Apr, 2012
  • Jon Tucker
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3 Huge Brands Making Basic SEO Mistakes

While SEO is an important piece of the marketing mix and can drive the most profitable leads, it remains a marketing tactic that is often misunderstood. Granted, there are numerous “SEO agencies” and Google marketing experts in this space, some of which leave companies that do venture into SEO with bad taste in their mouth. ByLearn More
  • 6 Apr, 2012
  • Jon Tucker
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