Google's Latest Search Overhaul: Hummingbird

Why You Don’t Need to Worry About Google’s Hummingbird Update

David G. Johnson Small Business Marketing, WordPress Leave a Comment

Ever since Google announced the “Hummingbird” update on its 15th birthday, the web marketing and search engine optimization (SEO) community has been all aflutter (pardon the pun) with speculation about what this massive overhaul to Google’s search engine really means. As with Panda, Penguin and the other changes to Google’s algorithms over the last few years, my recommendation to our …

Promoting Your Brick & Mortar Business Online

David G. Johnson Small Business Marketing 1 Comment

According to Google: 97% of consumers search for local businesses online. If you don’t have a solid plan for creating visibility for your business, those people looking for your products and services will find someone else instead of you. So what can you do that doesn’t cost a fortune? Many businesses that we work with are surprised to find out …

Marketing Strategy for Your Business

David G. Johnson Small Business Marketing 5 Comments

Last week we talked about someone who got ripped off by an SEO provider. And while not all SEO companies are as unscrupulous as the offender we mentioned, typically SEO isn’t the first place to start when trying to improve your marketing results. In fact… there’s a long list of places not to start: Facebook Twitter YouTube Email Yellow Pages …

Results Now Marketing – New Bonuses!

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Don’t miss the info on all 3 bonuses in this video… plus, I show you exactly where we’re going to meet this Saturday at the end… and you’ll also hear 2 quick stories about businesses getting results now! [MEDIA=2] Bonus #1 (valued at $297) was added a couple of days ago — it’s the 2.5-hour downloadable video training on the …

Results Now Marketing – Do Search Engines Matter?

David G. Johnson Small Business Marketing 2 Comments

One marketing question that I get asked about small businesses is: Do search engines really matter where local businesses are concerned? The answer may surprise you. According to a 2007 study by comScore Networks, even when looking for local business information, 3 out of 5 people will search online. When you consider that only 1 in 3 check the yellow …