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9 SEO Concepts Web Developers Should Know
July 21st, 2015 - Posted by: in Design/UX , Online visibility

Bringing web traffic onto a page is one of the most important things a web developer can do. Check out our overview of SEO concepts, and how you can improve your site with some helpful resources and tips.


Step by Step Guide: How to Merge Google+ Pages
June 15th, 2015 - Posted by: in Online visibility

When Google Local / Places / Plus all merged into one with Google My Business, you most likely logged into Google and found that you now owned multiple pages - most likely a Google+ company page with a verified URL, and a separate page with your verified local listing. Now what? I scoured blogs, forums and Google documentation for consolidating these pages with no avail, so here it is folks: The Step by Step Guide - How to Merge Google+ Pages


Google’s Mobile Friendly Update: Is your website ready?
June 12th, 2015 - Posted by: in Online visibility

The entire internet community is talking about it: Google's Mobile Friendly Update. Some are even going as far as to call it the "Mobilegeddon". While it has nothing to do with Bruce Willis, the update might seem like the end of the world to businesses without mobile-friendly sites.


5 Minutes a Day Keeps the Crawl Errors Away – Tips for Daily SEO Upkeep
October 22nd, 2014 - Posted by: in Online visibility

Is your SEO to-do list overwhelming you? SmartAcre breaks down the essentials with daily tips and tricks to successfully improve your search performance.


SmartAcre Does Pubcon 2014 – Our Strategy
October 6th, 2014 - Posted by: in Online visibility

We will be at Pubcon 2014 this week, expanding SmartAcre’s expertise in optimization, online marketing, and social media. Check out our strategy for getting the most out of our time in Vegas.


A Prelude to the SmartAcre Blog
September 24th, 2014 - Posted by: in Content , Culture , Design/UX , Marketing automation , Online visibility

In nearly 15 years of working in the online marketing industry, I've blogged in fits and starts, but it's never quite stuck or become a habit. Why then should this time be any different?


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