Does Google Know Where Your Business Is Located?

Business Listings Help Google To Know Where You Are We’ve all seen business listings, whether they’re on Yellowpages, FourSquare, Yelp, Facebook, or wherever else. You know the problem, you’re looking for the phone number for that store so you can call them to see if they have whatever product you’re looking for. But first, you […]

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  • Online Marketing
  • Search
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Gatorworks Founder & President Buys Out Business Partner

The Gatorworks Partnership Gatorworks founder and president, Brian Rodriguez bought out his long-time business partner Charlie Davis and is now sole owner of the digital agency. Rodriguez founded Gatorworks in 2005 and soon brought Davis on as a partner in August of that year. An entrepreneur and strategic consultant, Davis is president of Liquid Ventures, […]

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Removing Ghost Referral Spam from Google Analytics

  If you use Google Analytics for your website you may have noticed a recent increase in referral traffic within the Analytics platform. While this spam issue has been increasing for some time now, after the start of 1015 it’s gotten way out of control. Referral spam occurs when some unscrupulous website owner attempts to […]

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  • Analytics
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Maintaining SEO Rankings when Redesigning a Website

So, you’re ready to give your website a makeover? Something really cool with the latest and greatest design and tech, right? Absolutely. This is an exciting endeavor for any business. A well thought-out redesign has the potential to bring all the right traffic and new leads, improving branding and visitor interaction with your website. But […]

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  • Design
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  • SEO
  • Web Design
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Google AdWords Changing Credit Card Payments Rules

Recently, social media was abuzz with talk of Google no longer accepting credit cards for certain customers. The reasoning is fairly obvious, and makes good business sense for Google. If Google pays roughly 2% in credit card fees, a large client spending $150,000/month could cost the search engine $36,000/year in fees.

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