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How to Work With a Consultant: The Ultimate Guide

While looking through your business objectives, you suddenly feel your organization needs to shake things up a bit. Unfortunately, your in-house team doesn’t have the required expertise to push through change. So what do you do? Hire a consultant, hands down. A consultant can provide your company with specialized knowledge to help solve specific problems, … Continue reading How to Work With a Consultant: The Ultimate Guide

Deep dive: Master the Moog Matriarch – Guide

The Moog Matriarch is a unique encapsulation of Moog’s modular history in an instrument. Following up on our conversation with the engineers, here’s a guide to getting its capabilities underneath your fingers. The post Deep dive: Master the Moog Matriarch – Guide appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.

What Is Electronic Dance Music (EDM)? A Guide For New Producers

Unless you haven’t been paying attention to music for the last 15 years, EDM (electronic dance music) is everywhere. But … Read More The post What Is Electronic Dance Music (EDM)? A Guide For New Producers appeared first on EDMProd.

The Ultimate Guide to B2B Local SEO

Is your company tapping into its local customers through B2B local SEO? Although business-to-consumer (B2C) brands often leverage local marketing, business-to-business (B2B) ones tend to take a broader approach. B2B brands without storefronts are even more likely to have their local marketing strategies slip through the cracks. That said, there are enormous opportunities for B2B … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to B2B Local SEO

The Entrepreneur’s Guide of Outsourcing Work Without Losing Quality

No matter what industry you’re in, there’s always more work than time to do it. This means that there is always something lacking, always more work to be done, and new companies often fall behind their expectations and deadlines. One of the most insidious parts is that it leads to massive stress. According to business … Continue reading The Entrepreneur’s Guide of Outsourcing Work Without Losing Quality

8 Steps to Gain Authority Backlinks; A Detailed Guide

Introduction You won’t believe this, but, according to Impact Bound, up to 55.24% of all websites on the internet didn’t have a single backlink as of December 2019. That’s over 750 million sites, given that there are about 1.5 billion active websites at the moment. Hopefully, you’re not part of the 55.24%, because you’d be … Continue reading 8 Steps to Gain Authority Backlinks; A Detailed Guide

The Ultimate Guide to B2B Local SEO

Is your company tapping into its local customers through B2B local SEO? Although business-to-consumer (B2C) brands often leverage local marketing, business-to-business (B2B) ones tend to take a broader approach. B2B brands without storefronts are even more likely to have their local marketing strategies slip through the cracks. That said, there are enormous opportunities for B2B … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to B2B Local SEO

Hreflang: A Beginner’s Guide to Targeting Languages and Regions

Tapping into new audiences is an incredibly effective way to grow your website traffic. If you’re expanding your business globally, you may have already considered translating your website into different languages. It can be a great way to monetize your content or sell to people outside your local area.  It’s an exciting thought, but it’s … Continue reading Hreflang: A Beginner’s Guide to Targeting Languages and Regions

A no-nonsense guide to what’s new in Pioneer’s next-generation CDJ-3000

Pioneer’s new CDJ is likely to be controversial because of its launch timing and – Key Sync. But it does indicate where things are going, and clubs shuttered by the virus will open again. Really. So let’s have a look. The post A no-nonsense guide to what’s new in Pioneer’s next-generation CDJ-3000 appeared first on … Continue reading A no-nonsense guide to what’s new in Pioneer’s next-generation CDJ-3000

A Simple Guide to the SERPs

The SERPs (search engine results pages) are the listings you see whenever you type a query into a search engine.  For most of us (63%, plus 90% of mobile searches), that search engine will be Google, so if your website does well in Google’s SERPs, you’re going to see a lot of organic traffic. When … Continue reading A Simple Guide to the SERPs