Author Archives: David Jackson

  • influencer marketing tips

    6 Tips to Start a New Online Business Using Influencer Marketing

    By David Jackson | Thursday, October 10, 2019 | 0 comment

    The unspoken reality of the business industry in regards to marketing is that traditional marketing methods are on their way out. This mostly stems from the fact that traditional marketing methods simply aren’t as powerful as digital marketing methods such as paid advertising and SEO. While traditional marketing methods are still used today, the qualities…

  • link building

    Why Focusing on Link Building is the Wrong Strategy for SEO Pros

    By David Jackson | Monday, October 7, 2019 | 0 comment

    Everyone is always looking for proven formulas. Business owners, entrepreneurs, and digital marketers are in perpetual pursuit of frameworks, formulas, and methodologies they can implement in order to drive visibility, generate leads, and close sales. But it isn’t always as simple as plugging in a particular recipe and waiting for predictable results to ensue. If…

  • 5 Reasons to Invest in Search Engine Optimization in 2019

    5 Reasons to Invest in Search Engine Optimization in 2019

    By David Jackson | Wednesday, August 7, 2019 | 0 comment

    Still on the fence about incorporating SEO into your marketing plan in 2019? You can’t afford to stay in the dark forever. SEO is ever evolving and 2019 is no different. In fact, most experts say this year will be the year search engine optimization experienced another huge shift. This blog post will give you…

  • 6 Things to Consider When Starting a Digital Marketing Agency

    6 Things to Consider When Starting a Digital Marketing Agency

    By David Jackson | Wednesday, July 17, 2019 | 0 comment

    It seems like everyone has a digital marketing agency these days. Since the barrier of entry is very low, it results in everyone who thinks they are an SEO, content or social media marketing expert run out and start an “agency.” Most agencies fade out and never really get the momentum that they initially anticipated….