If you couple affiliate marketing with look-alike audiences in your digital ad strategy, you’ll have a high performing, super targeted digital marketing campaign that’ll make money hand-over-fist. In fact, look-alike audiences can improve your ROI by up to 170%
Well, looky-here! The Crunchy Links team was featured recently as a top PPC agency by Designrush. In all honesty, it’s amazing and humbling to be recognized for the amazing work our Paid Media team does on a daily basis for our customers. We’re also incredibly grateful to those customers for taking this crazy ride with […]
Time to gird up them loins, and strap on your marketing saddles, because we’re about to get in our paid marketing bag right now. If there’s one conversation we’ve had many times, it’s CMOs talking to us about generating more leads. With the current limitations on ad targeting, it’s harder and harder to find quality […]
Content development isn’t about filling the top of your sales funnel. It’s about getting people where they need to go. Like an amazing fullback in football. Or an incredible middie in soccer.
Long story short- don’t be greedy, eat good food, and take a freaking nap. You need it.
There are three tools that offer free service for finding links that link to your website. Using these tools is definitely the fastest way to find links. Each tool has a free and a paid version, and obviously you get way cooler stuff with the paid versions – but the free tools are still super useful for our purposes.
SEO stands for “Search Engine Optimization.” This basically means all you’ll be doing is getting your website set up so whenever someone asks Google (or Yelp, Siri, Bing, you name it) for a mechanic, your shop pops up among the top players.
SEO can be a tricky beast full of explanations like “it depends” and “well actually”. Even worse? It can be difficult to prove impact. Which makes budgeting for it even harder. What we’re going to do is break down what SEO costs and what you can expect to get depending on what you want to pay.
Rule #1: Write for customers and people, not search engines and bots. Rule #2: Know where search engines look to get good info. Rule #3: Keywords and related topics matter, but see rule #1