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6 Blogging Mistakes that Ruin Your Chances of Converting Traffic into Customers

Here are 6 blogging mistakes that can ruin your chances of converting blog traffic into valuable customers… and some sure-fire solutions. The goal of your business blog is not to attract traffic; it’s to attract the right traffic, and turn that traffic into customers.

The Best of Yelling Mule’s Blog: Our Top Ten of 2017

Now that 2017 is coming to a close, we’d like to wrap up our year by giving you a list of Yelling Mule’s top 10 blog posts from 2017. Thanks for reading our best blog posts, and see you all in 2018!

How to Excel in the New Year: SEO Strategies for 2018

SEO strategies are necessary to keep, or earn, a page 1 spot on search engines in 2018. Here’s a full overview of SEO strategies for 2018, including how to rank for keywords, the necessity of mobile-first, how to achieve a higher domain authority…

Four Easy Ways to Get More Traffic to Your Website

It’s a bit anticlimactic when you first “go live” with your new, updated website, just to see that your analytics barely shift; or when you write that thought-provoking, controversial, smart piece of content meant to drive traffic to your blog, but two days later, it’s already looking like its dropped off the cliff into internet-obscurity. Answer me this: If you have the perfect website, why isn’t everyone flocking to it?

Six Steps to Ensure a Succcessful Site Launch

You’re probably thinking that the hardest part about designing a new website is the design part–and maybe that’s partially true. But if you don’t properly promote your brand-new, fully-functional, user-friendly…

10 Signs You Should Invest In Social Media

Here are the warning signs that you need to start seriously investing in social media: The last time you were on your social media account was 2011 Oh, wow! Fantastic….

Why Exact Match Domains Can Hurt You

Exact match domains (EMDs) are keywords or phrases in the form of a domain name. Let’s say you own a flower shop in Boston. You may register flowershopinboston.com and redirect that to your main site in hopes that someone searches for “flower shop in boston”. In the past Google loved exact match domains so much that it would put them at the top of the search results.