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Rank higher in the Map Pack | The importance of Local Results

Ranking higher in the Map Pack has become a priority in the past year. What does the ‘Map Pack’ mean? It means that nowadays, before you see organic search results, you often see a map with three companies, typically with business contact details and star ratings. At...

Google Data Studio | The next Level

Google Data Studio is like Google Analytics, on creatine. It helps you to see all your data in one place, but importantly, from a myriad of platforms. Google Analytics is more than enough for most people and businesses but you may be that guy who wants to wow a client...

Google Suite | Business E-mail and a lot more

Google Suite is a no-brainer for most startups, or small businesses. It offers a whole host of incredible software tools for a paltry $4 or $5 a month, per user. Considering Microsoft Office for business is around $280 - for Word, Excel, Powerpoint, & Outlook -...

Google Ads Campaign | How to Start

Whether it is on-site SEO, a Google Ads campaign, off-site SEO or most likely: all three – I will devise a strategy to ensure you rank highly and are visible to all potential customers. Perhaps the vital first thing to note is that they are all inextricably linked. As...

Google probably has 200 apps you can use. I’ve never counted but think of Gmail, Google Maps, Sheets, Docs, Calendar, Meet, YouTube, and then all the other stuff that sits in Labs for ages while geeks make use of it until it’s made more public and we all start using it. Some people hate Google and their dominance, for me I really benefit from a lot of their tools and want to share my love of the ones I deem helpful, and necessary. I really don’t know much about them and all that they do but I do want to mention some of the highlights along the way.