Stoney Degeyter

  • 13 uses for keyword research to help you win in the search engines

    Ever since Google rolled out Hummingbird in 2013, there has been some question about the value of keyword research. Moving from a keyword-focused process to a topic-focused process has led some to devalue the long, arduous process of keyword research. Many wonder if it’s even worth the time. After all, if Google no longer looks at keywords (Hummingbird), and people no longer ...

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  • The crazy-effective 12-month digital marketing campaign schedule

    Anyone who’s read more than a few of my posts will likely know that I’m a big fan of establishing and sticking to a process. Part of that process is knowing what needs to be done for a successful web marketing campaign. Another part is figuring out how to do it. Fortunately, the what-to-do doesn’t change all that much, while (unfortunately) the how-to changes almost daily.

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  • Why idiots like you love their office but hate their website

    Please forgive the insult in the title of this post, but I had to get your attention. Yes, I’m talking to you. No, I don’t think you’re an idiot, but you could be if you love your office more than you love your website. Give me a minute to explain, and I think you’ll see my point. I’ve always been a frugal guy. I like to spend my money more on practical things and less on extravagant things.

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  • The complete guide to mastering conversion optimization

    One of the primary goals of web marketing is to drive new, targeted traffic to the website. Today, we have so many avenues to generate traffic, it’s ridiculous. Search engines are still a significant driver, but social media is catching up as a resource businesses are using to build their brand, establish an audience and bring people to the site who aren’t necessarily out th ...

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  • Everyday Life Lessons That Guarantee Web Marketing Success

    The problem with reading about everyday life lessons is that we typically hear them outside of any particular context. They are great ideas that often leave us struggling to find real-world application. The average person is generally looking for specific information on how to accomplish a goal or task before them.

    Stoney Degeyter/ The SEM Postin SEO- 15 readers -
  • 5-Point Online Marketing Training Regimen

    There is a good analogy to be made between the health of a website and the health of a human being. If we equate exercise and diet to optimization and marketing, it’s a nearly perfect correlation. The fact is, many people live normal lives without any sort of regular exercise or a healthy diet. Eating healthy is a lot more expensive, and it takes a lot of time, thought and research.

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  • Jump-Start Your SEO With These 6 Surefire Tactics

    I’m often asked the question, “Where do I start with SEO?” Though there is no one-size-fits-all approach, my answer is generally to find the biggest need for your site and start chipping away at it. It’s kind of like paying off your credit card bills. Pay the one with the highest interest rate first so you’re spending less on interest and more on paying down your debt.

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  • Content is Meaningless–It’s The Messaging That Matters

    Quick game: Put these in order of importance: Social Media Marketing Website Architecture Navigation Optimization Content Strategy Website Usability Conversion Optimization Keyword Optimization Local Optimization Mobile Optimization Messaging Can you do it? If I tried, I’d probably get ten different results depending on what time of day I worked at it.

    Stoney Degeyter/ The SEM Postin Content- 20 readers -
  • The Pitfalls of a One-Man Web Marketing Band

    Imagine for a second you’re at a concert of your favorite musical band. The curtain comes up, and there is the lead singer, sitting on a stool, and he begins to belt out the most beautiful words and melodies. It’s nice. The lead singer sings each song perfectly. If that’s all the concert was, you might enjoy it, but tonight, you came to see a band. But there is no band, and, in fact, no music.

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  • Mobile Vs. Desktop: Mobile Won, But You Might Still Be Losing

    I think we are well beyond the point where we are making websites “mobile-friendly” or “mobile-ready.” Doing so still places the focus on the desktop, with mobile design and optimization just being an add-on. If that’s still they way you’re looking at it, you have already fallen behind. For the past couple of years, developers and marketers have been talking about building w ...

    Stoney Degeyter/ Marketing Landin Social Content- 17 readers -
  • Mix It Up: 75 Content Ideas To Keep Visitors Engaged

    I just did a search for “content is king,” and Google produced more than 300 million results. If you have not heard this phrase by now, well, you might just qualify as the person hidden under the biggest rock for the past 10 years! Regardless of whether you agree with the sentiment, content is undeniably an important part of any well-rounded Web marketing campaign.

    Stoney Degeyter/ Marketing Landin Content- 18 readers -
  • Mobile Content vs Desktop Content: What’s the Diff?

    The growing use of mobile devices for searching and researching information has changed not only how web marketers optimize for top search engine rankings, but it also forces us to rethink how to better engage with those mobile users. For years, as desktops dominated how people used the internet, the way content was presented hadn’t changed all that much (aside from producing ...

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