FrankMatt17, Author at Tampa New Media Pro
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PPC advertising isn't cheap. Having had more than a few clients over the years there is a common theme among the mistakes.  One of the most common is that people want to try and stuff too much into their Adwords campaigns.  That is not how...

[caption id="attachment_15212" align="alignleft" width="300"] 3 SEO Tips You Can USE Now![/caption] There is a lot, and I mean a lot of information out there about SEO.  Really, information overload.  So to make that easier if you are not in a position to hire an SEO Professional...

This was a cool gig.  Got to live in Southern California for a little bit.  Loved it! What I faced here was I was hired to do some SEO work for a client that used to be number one on Google and was hugely successful for...

SEO Case #3 This is a great example of what happens when you are not prepared for success. Case#3 is a hardware manufacturer in Tampa.  They are in a niche industry and are fairly new only being in it less than 10 years.  The number one competitor...

When I started on Titan’s website it was a simple white HTML page with a paragraph and a picture of Andy Wood and the contact info.  We built a sophisticated web presence that has skyrocketed to the top of his industry. Here is Titan Home Lending...

When I started working for this company the previous web master had passed away about eighteen months earlier.  The loss of a colleague was compounded by the fact that while the company was in mourning Google had done an update to their algorithm called Panda...

For several years I dabbled in Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and Pay Per Click campaigns (PPC) mainly by setting up basic accounts for small business clients based on their primary key words.  But my experience at Stone-Mart expanded that to a whole new level.  Stone-Mart...

Because of the industry I work in I frequently find myself looking for work. The usual scenarios are either they need a website and I have a job until it is done, get hired for SEO and as soon as they hit the front page things start happening that make the job untenable or they just hire you freelance and when the project is done it is over and you are looking for work again. Same is true with video production.