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Creative Mobile Marketing Ideas Discussed

Marianna Muscat - Wednesday, September 8, 2021
Creative Mobile Marketing Ideas Discussed

Let’s take a moment to discuss some new SEO, digital marketing, social media marketing and mobile marketing ideas.

Few industries evolve as rapidly as mobile marketing. With consumer habits and mobile technologies changing so fast, your mobile marketing needs to stay a step ahead of your competitors and remain relevant with mobile users. According to industry forecasts, targeted mobile advertising spending in the United States is forecast to surpass $32 billion by the end of 2023.

One of the big trends for 2021 is conversational chatbots which respond to customer questions by mimicking human interaction through a combination of pre-programmed scripts and artificial intelligence. User Generated Content is also growing this year and can be a very powerful weapon in your mobile marketing arsenal; while social commerce and shoppable advertisements integrate commerce into the social media platforms for a seamless shopping experience.

Product Launches Using Mobile Marketing

As consumers upgrade devices to take advantage of carriers’ 5G technology, mobile marketers must be prepared to exploit its capabilities.

Using mobile marketing for a product launch just makes sense. You can easily define a target audience and marketing plan to expose your product to targeted users over time. You can target according to geographical area (by using geofencing) as well as many other demographic criteria, providing opportunities to tweak your message.

How Do You Measure the Success of Your Mobile Marketing Campaign?

At the start of the campaign, make your key performance indicators (KPIs) as a social metric for your success. KPIs work best when they can be measured frequently and are easy for everyone to understand and work with.

There are other quantifiable metrics you can use too: interaction rate, mobile payment methods, codes, and coupons; click-throughs from a mobile site to your regular site; click-to-call rate, retention rate, and behavioral differences which can easily be tracked through cookies.

Ensure that the various elements of your site infrastructure lead to mobile optimization. In other words, bear in mind – when designing your site and your campaigns – that consuming content on mobile devices is different than it is on a desktop. For example, you need shorter sentences, engaging headers, and relevant media, like high-quality images and videos. Make it easy for users to skim through content.

Forecasts indicate that targeted mobile advertising spending in the United States will surpass $32 billion by the end of 2023. Remember that your mobile marketing strategy is a crucial pillar of your overall marketing objectives.

To help you apply these ideas to your business, WSI New Media Marketing offers a wide range of mobile marketing and responsive web design services. Contact our friendly team now at 336.763.4006 or online.

Social Media Strategies Adjusting to Survive Post-Pandemic

Marianna Muscat - Wednesday, September 1, 2021
Social Media Strategies Adjusting to Survive Post-Pandemic

Where are you going with your SEO, digital marketing, social media marketing, mobile marketing post pandemic? Start by asking what baby boomers, Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z are doing on social media.

During the pandemic, social media became critical to marketing. While spending on traditional advertising is on the decline, social media spending increased from 13.3% of marketing budgets in February 2020 to 23.2% in June 2020 — a 74% increase.

Social media platforms are now the main source of information and have surpassed print and other digital media platforms. The pandemic was a catalyst to the rise in social media usage with ever more people relying on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to stay up to date – not to mention the explosion in TikTok.

Recommendations for a Post-Pandemic Future

Having a bold presence on Twitter, Facebook, or other social media platforms is vital. Social networks offer marketing strategies that give a unique ability to connect and bond with customers in meaningful ways.

If there’s one thing we learned in the pandemic, it was that agility and adapting quickly were the best traits marketers could exhibit. We saw more innovation than we have seen in decades, and this should continue. We should learn from our responsiveness and remember that it can save or pivot our businesses again in the future.

Undeniably, social media marketing provides you with a platform to brand, sell, and market your products and services.

A powerful social media marketing strategy must include a process for identifying new features and channels so that you can quickly create content for them. One such example is Instagram Reels, which has “reel-ly” taken off!

Today, research yields fast results so that you can pivot a campaign in no time at all. You can identify influencers and creators who resonate well with your audience and work with them to create engaging content.

This is a good time to give your ads, emails, videos, webinars, and podcast episodes an overhaul to let your customers know that you are in touch with their needs and ready to face a brave new post-pandemic world.

Do you feel you lack social media talent? No problem! WSI New Media Marketing and our agency partners can help you realize the true potential of social media and brand advocacy. Contact our friendly team now online or at 336.763.4006.

Clever Mobile Marketing Strategies to Consider

Marianna Muscat - Monday, July 12, 2021

Mobile marketing is on the up-and-up thanks to the ubiquity of the smartphone. As a savvy marketer, you need to know what your options are, and figure out what is best for your business.

These ubiquitous phones can do more than the phones of yesteryear, so staying updated with the latest trends is essential. However, marketers must remember that not everybody has the very latest phone, so you need to cater to everyone to maximize your campaign’s reach.

How To Optimize Your Mobile Marketing

Here are five basic tips:

  1. Horses for courses” applies to social media marketing too. Every platform has its own limitations so don’t try to use the same material across channels that work differently. Also remember that social media marketing should be concise and instantly understandable. Consider data limitations for some users so have optional extensions for rich content.
  2. Create a clear call to action (CTA) so viewers can be converted to clients. Conversion rates can be improved by using only one CTA and avoiding navigation links that could be distracting. Go back to basics and use contrasting colours.
  3. Make your message stand out from the many others on every channel by being relevant and personal as well as designed for SEO. Use information you know about your customer like their names, previous purchasing data, etc. Add your personal signature too.
  4. Encourage two-way communication by enabling the receiver to instantly and easily reply to the campaign. In this way, you have opened a conversation from which you can glean data, receive valuable feedback and encourage loyalty.
  5. Use the data you obtain to continually test, measure, and improve.

Some Very Successful Mobile Marketing Campaigns Listed

One of the smartest digital marketing strategies of 2021 is Anheuser-Busch’s pivot from brewing beer to manufacturing hand sanitizer during the COVID-19 pandemic: They announced to the Twitterverse, “We have a long history of supporting our communities and employees – this time is no different. That’s why we are using our supply and logistics network to begin producing and distributing bottles of hand sanitizer to accommodate the growing needs across the United States.” This endeared the brand by reaching the hearts and minds of Americans.

Another ingenious mobile marketing campaign was the collaboration between dating app Tinder and British Football Club, Manchester City. By partnering with the men’s and women’s leagues, Tinder planned to interact with fans using games, AR experiences and stadium events. The global fanbase of the team pairs well with Tinder’s global reach (now in over 200 countries and 40 languages).

Take some inspiration from the brilliant campaigns out there and put your marketing creativity to the test. Anything is possible in today’s digital world.

Get in touch with New Media Marketing to help you set up mobile marketing strategies that deliver real ROI that improves your customer affinity and engages your employees.

 

Digital data-driven strategies force marketing changes

Marianna Muscat - Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Digital data-driven strategies force marketing changes

One of the primary benefits of digital marketing, as opposed to traditional marketing methods, is that it enables accurate, data-driven strategies, in which marketing tactics respond directly to insights gathered directly from the measurement and assessment of consumer behavior. Data-driven marketing predicts the behavior of the public in relation to specific brands and products. Technological advancements allow for the collection of massive amounts of data, as well as the finely detailed sorting and analysis of that data which, in turn, can be used to plan and execute future marketing strategies.

The rapid development of data-driven strategies is continuously forcing marketing methods to develop, evolve and change course. The emphasis has always been on refining and even personalizing marketing efforts in order to reach specific groups, individuals and marketing personas. This remains the case, but the need to gather the necessary data must be balanced with consumers’ demand for privacy.

The expiration of the third-party cookie

Tracking tools, particularly third-party cookies, have been an important part of data-driven marketing. However, because consumers have protested so vehemently against the possible invasions of privacy that cookies enable, all of the leading search engines are withdrawing their support for these tracking tools. Google has announced that it will no longer support third-party cookies as of 2021.

Firefox has introduced advanced privacy protection tools, and Apple has hinted that its upcoming operating systems will do the same. Since cookies will soon be a thing of the past, digital marketers will have to find other ways to access customer data. Marketers will have to find ways to collect data with customers’ express consent. We will also have to tweak our content and segmentation strategies and demonstrate better care in our management and stewardship of customers’ data.

The benefits of an optimized marketing strategy

Considering the ongoing evolution of digital marketing and the changes that will continue to come as technology, consumer behavior, and data regulations shift, it is vital to have a responsive, optimized marketing strategy. Digital marketing allows you to reach your ideal customers through data-driven strategies. Every step of the way, you can optimize and adjust your strategy in line with the latest data. 

WSI New Media Marketing is a full-service digital marketing and search engine optimization company in Greensboro, North Carolina. Contact us for expert help with your SEO, social media, and other digital marketing tactics and strategies.

How mobile marketing is advancing rapidly

Marianna Muscat - Thursday, May 13, 2021
mobile marketing

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have revolutionized global commerce. Mobile marketing, which has been on the rise for several years, has seen a steep rise in adoption during 2020. Marketers need to stay up to date with these trends as they accelerate into the latter half of 2021. 

How COVID-19 is changing human behavior

COVID-19 has proven to be the most significant life and society-changing event of our times. Within one short year, we have all shifted our behavior – not always consciously – to new ways of living, being, and doing due to the disease and its various fallouts. Many of these behaviors were already on the rise, and the pandemic accelerated their ascendency. Others have been more of a surprise. The five main tenets of the new normal are:

  • Reduced trust and confidence: The pandemic has fostered a belief that all people and places carry an implicit threat. People are ever more on guard about who they deal with and how – whether individuals or companies. Decisions about purchases and other daily actions are loaded with more anxiety and are thus taken with far more care and time than was previously the case.
  • The health economy: Preoccupation with health, safety, and hygiene permeates every part of society, from government to individual households. Every business needs to show that they make health a priority, regardless of the specific products and services they specialize in.
  • The increased importance of the home: Enforced isolation has made the home the center of life and even work. People will start to spend more on making their homes ready for the increased time they spend there. 
  • The changing role of authority: The pandemic has polarized views on institutional authority. While dependence on authority has increased under enforced lockdowns and tighter regulations around travel and commerce, there is also a rising uncertainty about the competence and intentions of authority figures. This trend could go either way, depending on the handling of the COVID crisis. On the whole, increased dependence on government, corporations, and collective opinion and behavior may drive private and commercial behavior.
  • Accelerated virtualization: The crisis has sped up the move towards the virtual world that was already well underway before the pandemic began. Communications, education, work, and commerce are all becoming ever more centered in the online world. Mobile devices are becoming more critical as access nodes to the virtual arena, equipped to enable every aspect of virtual life from socializing to consuming and more.

WSI New Media is taking brands to the next level

With these trends in mind, leading digital marketers, WSI New Media Marketing among them, are adapting their approach to digital marketing, especially social media marketing and mobile marketing. Here are some of the main trends we are watching this year:

Internet of things (IoT) app integration

The combination of IOT and mobile apps will have a marked impact on most aspects of commerce. Everything from production management to the retail experience is transforming due to the integration of devices with the virtual realm. Easier online shopping, automated checkout systems at actual brick-and-mortar stores, home automation and wearables, are all transforming the commercial landscape irreversibly.

Beacon technology

Beacons are among the latest developments in proximity marketing and location technology. These Bluetooth devices transmit information to devices in their vicinity, making location-based search and interaction more straightforward. From the marketer’s point of view, beacons improve offline attribution with GoogleAds, assist with data gathering that can be used to access and target local markets and facilitate out-of-store marketing. 

Mobile commerce

Sales from smartphones are likely to dominate eCommerce this year. In addition, more and more consumers are turning to mobile apps to do their shopping. Mobile devices also facilitate social commerce, closely linking mobile and social media marketing. As people turn increasingly to virtual shopping, it is mostly via their mobile devices that they will be accessing their products and services.

 Artificial intelligence (AI)

The emergence of search tools such as Siri and Alexa are the most obvious examples of how AI has penetrated the mobile arena, but they are just the beginning of developments in this regard. AI is likely to affect app and mobile device development at every level, resulting in smarter, better performing technology that adapts more quickly and more accurately to consumer tastes and demands. 

WSI New Media Marketing is a full-service digital marketing company in Greensboro, North Carolina. Contact us for expert help with your SEO, social media marketing, mobile marketing, and other digital marketing tactics and strategies.

How influential will social media be in 2021?

Marianna Muscat - Monday, May 3, 2021
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Social media remains one of the most influential forces in the world today, and this situation is unlikely to change during the course of 2021. If anything, social media will continue to ascend as the most popular, immediate and most far-reaching mode of communication. As we are now nearly halfway through the year, the dominant trends have already become apparent. Some of the most notable are the increased popularity of ephemeral content, the continued growth of social commerce, the dominance of video content, recycling of user-generated content and the role of social media in the realm of “fake news.” 

Recycling user-generated content

The power of user-generated content (UGC) has become readily apparent over the past few years. It works so well because it encourages engagement and makes users feel that they are contributing members of a community, rather than just a passive audience. Marketers can leverage UGC to great effect, using it to deepen their current audience member’s engagement and draw in new members through reshares. Viewers want social currency, a feeling and perception that they are insiders in a community that matters to them. The best thing marketers can do is provide them with opportunities to do so. Offering a platform for their content and sharing the best examples of it is a perfect means to that end. Make sure that the content also serves your brand, of course. Then both you and your users can enjoy the benefits. 

Fake news acceleration on social networks discussed

“Fake news” became something of a buzzword over the past four years, and the controversy came to a head in 2020 with all kinds of false allegations surfacing on social media about the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccines, and the presidential election, among other things. Social media became a way for fake news to spread like wildfire. The accelerated spread that social media facilitates meant that unverified  claims could go from one side of the world to another in record time – and rapidly become accepted by millions of audience members as undisputed fact. Social media platforms and governments have been forced to take action. Facebook and Twitter have ramped up their moderation efforts.. Social media marketers will need to be cognizant of the stricter regulations on content.

Social media’s usage predicted for 2021

From the point of view of the social media marketer, there are several emerging trends that may well be game-changers this year. We will focus on three of them:

  • Social commerce is ascending: Social commerce has already been around for quite some time, but not all marketers have leveraged it successfully. In fact, digital marketers continue to plan and implement excellent online strategies that don’t involve social commerce at all. In 2021, social, conversational and live commerce is set to become central marketing strategies. The tools are already available on social media platforms. It’s time to learn to take full advantage of them.
  • Social messaging is becoming the standard for customer service: As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, various types of remote communications, from Zoom meetings to conversational marketing, are becoming the norm. Customer conversations have quickly moved away from call centers and emails to social media platforms and messaging apps. It is vital that marketers take full control of these platforms and use them to enhance their customer experience.
  • Micro-influencer marketing is becoming more important: As far as influencer marketing is concerned, brands are becoming more interested in influencers with smaller followings, who speak to focused niche audiences. These micro-influencers offer greater value for tighter marketing budgets.

WSI New Media Marketing is a full-service digital marketing and search engine optimization company in Greensboro, North Carolina. Contact us for expert help with your SEO, social media, mobile marketing and other digital marketing tactics and strategies.

Digital marketing expectations for 2021

Marianna Muscat - Tuesday, April 13, 2021
digital marketing

Thanks to the unexpected changes in the global economy during 2020, commerce, particularly retail, is taking a direction we could not have foreseen a year ago. Digital marketing is adapting to keep up with these changes, which is why you can expect to see the following key trends in 2021.

Marketing trends predictions and expectations

With the rapid growth of online retail and virtual platforms during the lockdowns of 2020, what can you expect to see from digital marketing in the next few months? Here are just a handful of the trends we expect to dominate the coming year:

  • Short-form videos are set to dominate social media. People have developed a much lower tolerance to boredom over the past year. They want content they can consume quickly and without the effort of reading, which is why short videos are becoming the best way to reach your market.
  • New privacy laws will change the way you target your audiences: California’s new privacy laws, signed into state legislation in 2020, are set to act as a blueprint for similar regulations in other states and at the federal level. These laws, such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), give consumers increased rights and protection when it comes to their online privacy. Online marketers will not be able to target them as easily as they did formerly and will have to adapt their tactics. It is recommended that you acquaint yourself with your state’s privacy laws and shift your tactics accordingly. You should also start creating messaging that explains the value of data collection to your customers.
  • Automation will grow in both implementation and efficiency. Automation is here already, but it will become more efficient and sophisticated and will be adopted by more and more marketers, quickly taking over the digital marketing mainstream. You will be empowered to convert leads, generate personalized content and track your results more accurately.

Why will short-form videos dominate this year?

The growth in popularity of platforms such as TikTok and Snapchat is proof that the global market, in general, has an appetite for bite-sized pieces of video content that communicate their points quickly and in an entertaining manner. Marketers looking to capture a large, younger audience will have to start creating content for these types of platforms. Doing so effectively will become an area of specialized marketing expertise in its own right.

User privacy protections – a new marketing challenge

The new legislation in California, and the laws like it that are likely to follow throughout the country andlimit marketers’ ability to collect data as they did before. Automatic background data collection will become a thing of the past, and all information gathering will have to be done with the audience member’s express consent. Naturally, this means that marketers will have to develop ways to solicit that consent while respecting customers’ privacy and keeping them informed of their rights.

Marketing automation and personalization practicalities and affordability

Marketing automation and personalization are becoming the only ways to do digital marketing and social media marketing in the coming year. You may wonder what it will take to make the necessary adaptations.

Marketing automation platforms are nothing new, but they are rapidly developing in sophistication, with new features and add-ons being developed all the time. These developments are likely to pick up speed in 2021. The customer journey is becoming more intricate, with numerous touchpoints and metrics. Marketing teams will have to automate their analytics and responses to keep up. Outcomes and return on investment cannot be predicted and tracked manually anymore.

Automation is closely linked to personalization because the more you seek to create personalized communications for individuals and market segments, the more you will have to lean on machine learning to help you understand and speak to specific customer needs. Personalization and automation are thus growing together. You will not be able to personalize without automation. Customers will not engage with your content unless they can see its personal relevance. You will not be able to convey those personal messages across large audiences without automated gathering and interpretation of data.  

WSI New Media Marketing is a full-service digital marketing and search engine optimization company in Greensboro, North Carolina. Contact us for expert help with your SEO, social media and other digital marketing tactics and strategies.

5 Cost-effective content marketing ideas for a small business

Marianna Muscat - Monday, January 11, 2021
Content marketing

If you are running a small business on a tight budget with little to spend on marketing, take a look at these 5 budget-friendly content marketing ideas to turn your small business into an empire. 

1. Repurposing old content

Repurposing old content or Historical optimization as it is also known, is a great way to breathe new life into your ‘old’ content. Freshen up and update old content from a few years back or even from last month. Make sure it is updated for SEO with link building and keywords so that it’s able to generate more traffic and conversions than it already does. You can even take it a step further and recycle your old content in new creations. Take a blog post and turn it into a video or take a series of blog posts and turn them into an ebook.

2. Be a savvy social networker

SMM (Social Media Marketing) does not always have to include paid platforms or PPC (pay-per-click) advertising if your budget is tight. Share your content across a variety of social media networks by posting text, status updates, and videos without forking out a dime. UGC (user-generated content) is another extremely valuable tool to keep your content authentic and to create a sense of community around your brand. Best of all, it’s totally free.

3. Lists 

People love lists and they are among the most shared content on the internet. Lists are a great way to engage your audience with useful and straightforward information and it’s generally easy content to compile. Use a variety of formats to keep it interesting and create lists that are relevant and helpful to your specific audience. 

4. Blog posts and articles 

 Great content needs to be relevant to your target audience and optimized for SEO. If you are unsure what your customers want to read about – ask them. Update your content regularly so your audience can always have something new and interesting to read and share. 

5. Infographics

Infographics are not only powerful marketing tools, but are also a feast for the eyes and usually easy for audiences to understand. If you are up for it, create your own infographics using free vector kits that provide you with all the elements you need to make colorful and informative infographics. Remember to include your business name and website somewhere on the infographic so that if it gets shared, people will revert back to your website when they want more information. For more information on website design get in touch with WSI New Media Marketing in Greensboro, NC, today.  

The five critical elements for local marketing success

Marianna Muscat - Monday, November 2, 2020
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Local SEO marketing increases geographically-relevant traffic to your website so that prospects in your area can easily find your business. It is particularly important that your business appears in local searches on mobile devices – where users are looking for a solution on-the-go. Google notes that 46% of searches have a “local intent”. Here are five critical elements to get more outstanding visibility than your local traffic competitors.

1. Listing management 

This is the bedrock of a successful local marketing strategy. It is not as creative and colorful, as methodical and systematic.

Claim your listing on search engines and online directories like Google, Facebook, Apple Maps, Bing, Yelp, and industry-specific directories.

Clean up your data by making sure that every citation of your business on the web is accurate and in alignment, especially your NAP – business name, address, phone number – must be exactly the same throughout.

Elevate search engine rankings with correct, current, and consistent local data including:

  •         Maps
  •         Product categories and descriptions and/or services provided
  •         Business hours
  •         Payment options and coupons or vouchers
  •         Photos – In the last couple of years Google has increased the number of mobile SERPs that contain an image thumbnail by a whopping 200%.

2. Local SEO 

The algorithms used by search engines return more pertinent results according to user location, so it makes sense to use local SEO strategies to build a strong customer base. If you are a national brand with multiple branches, your local pages need to be discoverable individually and via your brand website. Localize your site by:

  •         Incorporating city and state names in title tags.
  •         Including product categories in your meta descriptions.
  •         Helping search engines to understand your page better with schema markup for local business names, addresses, and phone numbers.
  •         Including local street names and product categories to URL structures.
  •         Sharing operating hours, directions, and local descriptions via on-page business content.
  •         Track and update citations. 

3. Local landing pages   

Create a mobile-friendly landing page for each of your locations. Not only does this capture local consumer demand, but it also collates valuable metrics for your ongoing local marketing efforts. Ditto utilizing trackable local phone numbers – mobile phone users want to contact local businesses and campaign performance can be measured.

Link to review sites such as Google My Business, Facebook, Yelp, and other industry-specific sites to boost your reputation management and review marketing.

4. Reputation management 

Because 82% of consumers read online reviews for local businesses, social proof your offerings by encouraging online reviews and other forms of user-generated content (testimonials, social posts, and comments). The best way to increase the volume of positive reviews is to ask your customers to write them. Encourage review-writing by making it easy.

Use marketing automation tools to keep track of what is being said about your brand, and swiftly address inevitable negative feedback.

5. Paid search and social media 

Geographically target your marketing message on social platforms according to location to engage mobile consumers and increase offline conversions.

Use paid search and social advertising to boost markets that are underperforming. 

The local SEO agency with global expertise 

For more information on local marketing, as well as effective social media marketing, pay per click advertising, and mobile content marketing, contact WSI New Media Marketing in Greensboro today!

 

 

How the Latest Google Algorithm Update Affected Medical and Financial Clients

Ken Bowden - Monday, October 22, 2018
Search Engine Optimization

SEO services

As a company specializing in SEO services, we stay updated with all of Google’s algorithm updates, so that our clients don’t have to. Google continuously tweaks its SEO algorithm to optimize Google users’ experience when searching for information online. In August, the search engine giant released a broad core algorithm update that impacted both local and organic rankings.

Unlike other major algorithm updates such as Panda and Penguin, the recent update did not send shockwaves through the digital marketing community. One of the reasons for this could be the way that Google referred to the update. The same name, “broad core algorithm update” was used for another update the company made in March.

The latest update was focused on demoting advice pages with questionable trustworthiness, expertise, and authoritativeness in rankings. YMYL (Your Money or Your Life) websites and pages seem to be hit the hardest, with financial and medical companies seeing the biggest drops in their organic search rankings.

The update has been coined the “medic update” by a few digital marketers because it seems like the industry or segment that was most affected is medical and financial industries. We initially saw some shift in medical and financial clients’ rankings in the early to mid-August, with some of the rankings being restored towards the end of the month. With Google updates, what we often see is an initial big drop in website traffic due to the algorithm change, followed by an uptake, which could be indicative of Google pulling back on how hard it hits certain sites.

As was the case with the algorithm update in March, Google did not supply information or context about the function of the update, but instead advised website owners to focus on ‘building great content’. Google has a very long Search Quality Guideline that can be used for content creation purposes.

If you have noticed a lot of volatility in your website traffic over the course of August, it could be due to the broad core algorithm update. While many companies’ website traffic started to rebound and level out towards the end of August, it is possible that you will have to relook your SEO strategy if your website and pages have been impacted by the update. Our digital marketers can help you check your website rankings and tailor a plan to help you to continue to rank well in Google following the latest update.

WSI New Media Marketing is a digital marketing agency in Greensboro, North Carolina that specializes in SEO services. Contact us to help you with your digital marketing campaigns.

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