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Search Engine Jump Start Program offered by BB Creative for the month of May

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is vital to your success. We strongly advocate creating an integrated strategy for SEO and Pay-Per-Click ad development. In May & June, we offer our Basic package, (normally $800) for a special rate:

For $450 we will:
– Register your site with Google & Bing/Yahoo
– Check for any dead links & remove them
– Add Google Analytics
– Create reports of the number of times your site has come up in search results & how many times each page was clicked
– Give Recommendations for further site updates to make your site more appealing to search engines

Are you interested in more? We are just a quick call away: (415) 830 – 6189

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Google Tools & Products to utilize for free

Must haves:

Google Account. This always confuses people because you have an email address such as info@bbcreativesf.com and register it as a Google account. It’s not necessary (but you are welcome to do it if you have the need), to create a google email. Google emails and accounts are separate things if necessary…

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Size of banners and attributes change again on Social Media Channels

Yet again social media channels have new sizes for banners and other branded images you can use of your company’s profile pages and channels. Here is a great visual of the sizes from http://www.mediabistro.com. The biggest changes are at YouTube, Google Plus and Pinterest. Contact us today if you would like us to update your Social Media profiles: info@BBCreativesf.com.

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Social Media and the Equestrian Industry – who does it work for and where?

This post was inspired by a LinkedIn post by Carol M. Aldridge • called Charting A Course Through the Evolving Social Media Landscape. Below is our webmaster’s comments on this LinkedIn.com discussion: I have to say it’s different for tack stores, online tack stores, website portal horse trainers and horse facilities, etc.  I’m a web designer […]

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Twitter Scam

Warning for Twitter users not to take the bait for the below scam: It asks you verify password So if this has happened to you, change your password for Twitter One give away is the address of the link (see how it doesn’t say twitter.com): Alternative Format: just as messages on your Twitter profile (or […]

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Chestnut Hill LLC – Elite Horse & Rider Training

Over the years we have created many iterations of this site through out our ten year relationship with our client, Beverly Jovais, who owns Chestnut Hill, LLC. We are always a call or email for Beverly to reach us or her assistant Ligeia. Because Beverly is former English Teacher and she’s just a wonderful person, […]

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Is Event Tracking One of Your New Year’s Resolutions?

It’s a new year and a fresh start. For some, that means resolutions and goals for 2010. Okay. I realize that dropping a few pounds and not smoking are ideal resolutions but what about goals for your website? To me, setting up a goal would be just as easy as not touching that piece of […]

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Two of Our Clients on Twitter

Two of our website design clients are making the most of Twitter: Dave Hansen Whitewater, Jackson Hole, WY.  Like their Blog, their whole staff this spring and summer has participated in tweeting.  By updating their Twitter feed so often they keep in front of the eyes of any potential clients as well as business partners […]

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Sharing & Saving Blog Posts

I met a fellow consultant today for lunch and we shared an observation about how much content is being published across the various social media platforms. How does one follow, absorb and/or share it? Luckily, Mashable’s Ben Parr summarizes how to share blog content in his March 29, 2009 posted titled “Top 20 Ways to […]

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“Dizzied by the Demands of Social Media based Networking?”

My colleague, Virgina Chatham recently observed how she loves the acronym “K.I.S.S”, i.e. “keep it simple stupid”.  Web based social networking can be really hard to keep simple.  She was delighted to read and share a blog post composed by Taylor Ellwood titled “How to Manage and Automate Your Online Social Networks.” Taylor emphasizes the […]

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