How Often Should I Post to Facebook?

We state in every proposal submitted for review that we run a very active, vibrant social media campaign for clients with Facebook activity level at roughly 24 posts per week and even more per week on Twitter. I am often questioned about whether the frequency we state is necessary to really make a significant impact on behalf of our [...]

By | July 9th, 2015|Social Media|1 Comment

Social Influence: The New Darling of SEO

With search engine analytics’ ability in evaluating a website for search rank becoming “smarter,” social influence has become a part of how companies are being evaluated for page rank. Because of this development, social media success has gained significantly in importance for businesses wanting to improve search engine optimization (SEO). For that reason, business owners who want [...]

By | May 28th, 2015|SEO tips|0 Comments

We Welcome 5 New Clients in January

As January comes to a close, I am excited by the growth we experienced this month. First quarter is historically a busy time for new client acquisition, and with the start of this quarter, it will be again this year. We have been hired to design two websites, run social media campaigns for three clients, write [...]

By | January 30th, 2015|NGM News|0 Comments

2015: No Need to Fear Facebook Algorithm Changes

Each time there is a Facebook algorithm change, two things consistently happen: Facebook haters start their battle cries, trying to rally the troops for a mass exodus. Business owners have a the-sky-is-falling mentality regarding their future Facebook success. One more thing happens as well: I write about the changes to Facebook's algorithm, with the message we will [...]

By | January 3rd, 2015|Social Media|0 Comments

Facebook’s EdgeRank Algorithm is Not the Devil

Have you wondered why so many people are writing a brief Facebook update, and placing a link to a post or article in the first comment line? It's something now present daily in Facebook streams, but I continue to read comments from people questioning the reason people are linking in the first comment line. People [...]

By | April 19th, 2013|Social Media|0 Comments