Happy New Year, everybody! 2014 is over with and we wanted to show you our results and give you a summary of what we did to get to the top of Google for Atlanta web design related keywords. The journey was a fun one, and we’ve seen our website inquiries go from non-existent to more than abundant. In the process, we not only became found on the first page of Google, but we’re now found on… continue reading »
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We have been pretty transparent about what we’ve done to improve our rankings on Google for Atlanta web design related keywords. We’ve given away great SEO tips that will improve your search engine rankings and get more leads. If you haven’t been following our quest to be #1 on Google, you can click here to back to the beginning. We have been slammed to the point where we had to bring on an assistant. My inbox… continue reading »
Things have been busy as usual. The phone calls and email inquiries are steadily coming in. If you haven’t been following along in my SEO quest, feel free to click here to go back to the beginning of it. In each one of my posts, I talk about some of the white hat SEO tactics that I used to help get Mr. Technique from page 7 to page 1 on Google for Atlanta web design… continue reading »
I remember saying in a personal Facebook post that I would be #1 on Google for web design by the end of 2014. There are only three months left the year, and I am pretty close to my goal. It has been an incredible journey. I have been blogging about my quest for #1 for almost a year, and if you haven’t been following my blog, you can click here to go back to my… continue reading »
It’s been almost a year since I started blogging about my journey to be #1 on Google for Atlanta web design related keyphrases. If you haven’t been following my journey, you can click here to go back to the beginning of it. My visits have increased drastically. Last month, the Mr. Technique website received around 800 visits. That’s nothing to complain about and is good traffic for a local business. This month isn’t even over… continue reading »
I’ve started tracking my progress by using months instead of weeks because it was a little too confusing to count up the weeks. I’m still on the hunt to be the top result on Google for web design in Atlanta, GA. If you haven’t been following my journey, you can click here to go back to the start of my journey. I’ve made a little progress for a few keyphrases on Google.