Posts By: Ashley Ward

Bing Now Powers AOL – The Fifth Most Popular Search Engine

In efforts to become the exclusive provider of search and search advertising services, Bing’s partnership with AOL is now in full effect, adding another top search engine to their network. Announced last June, Bing’s new 10-year deal is meant to not only strengthen the company, but help enhance their efforts of becoming the most popular… Read more »

How to Get Your Content Shared in 2016

Journalists create content to tell a story, whether it be news, entertainment or informational. Content marketers create content for a variety of reasons, such as for SEO purposes, sales copy, presentations, website content, blog posts, etc. No matter what type of content you create, or the reason why, we all want our content to be… Read more »

Top WordPress Plugins Your Website Needs to Have

Over 70 million websites use WordPress. With plenty of premade templates to choose from, unlimited customization options, and easy management, WordPress is a great platform to host websites and blogs. Plugins can enhance the WordPress experience for both developers and users, but with so many plugins out there it can be difficult to choose which… Read more »

Top SEO Predictions For 2016

Each year we see SEO change in so many ways. Basic practices become penalties and rules of thumb turn into crossed fingers. That’s why SEO’s are some of the most adaptable people, quick to respond to Google’s latest algorithm and a client’s latest request. As long as the internet is around there will always be… Read more »

New Facebook Features You Need to Use in 2016

Facebook is always making changes, and generally they are for the better. Some of Facebook’s most recent updates are intended to help businesses improve both their advertisements and business pages, while serving more relevant ads to users and making call to actions clearer. With over a billion people using Facebook daily, it’s important to make… Read more »

What is Ad Blocking and How to Work Around It

Ad blocking has officially become mainstream, with more than just a few people aware of it’s powers. Almost 200 million active users are using ad blockers to block advertisements online. That’s 200 million people who may not see the advertisements you are creating and paying to show. This year alone ad blocking grew in popularity… Read more »