Brad Miller

  • 5 Reasons to Ignore SEO

    SEO used to be the central pillar in any online marketing campaign. Your website’s search visibility was the sole indicator of online success. Though search visibility is obviously still very important to most businesses, things aren’t as simple or "clear cut" as they used to be. Online visibility is now about so much more than search.

    Brad Miller/ Search Engine Watchin SEO- 25 readers -
  • Local SEO: 5 Advanced Tactics for Greater Visibility

    Like all other areas of SEO, local SEO is an ever-evolving entity. The last few years in particular have seen huge changes in the tools and techniques businesses need to use to rank well for location-specific searches. Another part of the problem is the advice and discussion on the topic. 2014 in particular saw most advice and discussion on local SEO center on Google Places ...

    Brad Miller/ Search Engine Watchin SEO- 9 readers -
  • Evolution in Digital Marketing Skill Sets

    This is an exciting time for those working in the advertising and search marketing industry. We’re seeing unprecedented turbulence as digital marketing challenges traditional advertising channels. This turbulence is being exacerbated by new software technologies that enhance digital’s tracking and performance capabilities by providing better data and superior insights into di ...

    Brad Miller/ Search Engine Watchin SEO- 7 readers -
  • The "Content-Driven" Sales Funnel

    One of the primary challenges of online marketing is how to create a watertight, content driven, sales funnel. Over the last few years, with the rapid growth of social media, content, and the increased competition online, buying cycles have lengthened dramatically. As a result, your ability to identify the key weaknesses in your online sales funnel, and plug them with targete ...

    Brad Miller/ Search Engine Watchin Social SEO Content Twitter- 6 readers -
  • Domain Equity Development: A Fresh Perspective on Link-Building

    "I see the world of SEO continuing to be focused and even reliant on links in a lot of ways, but not reliant on the tactics we've used to acquire them in the past. So I think that link earning is going to replace link-building." - Rand Fishkin, Moz No one’s arguing that links are becoming less important to online visibility. If anything, they’re only becoming more important.

    Brad Miller/ Search Engine Watch- 10 readers -