4 Web Marketing Tips & Tricks from (The) Rich Brooks: Creating Digital Nectar #aoc2013

The Agents of Change Digital Marketing Conference is an annual event put on by brilliant entrepreneur, marketer, zombie killer, and my old boss, Rich Brooks in Portland, Maine. You can follow the conversation by searching #aoc2013 on Twitter or Facebook. Not only did he organize the conference, but Rich Brooks spoke at AOC and offered some amazing advice – per usual…

St. Augustine, Florida Web Services: Web Design/Development to Copywriting to Blog/Social Consulting

Whether you need your website refreshed, your web copy updated, or you need help figuring out with the heck Twitter is all about, we’ve got you covered. That’s right, we’ve got it all. red vine is a full service web shop that can cater any of our services to your business’s needs. If you need a…

What Are Longtail Keywords?

You’ve probably heard the term “longtail keywords” if you’ve had any experience with a website in the past few years. But what does it mean? Long tail keywords are those that are more specific than traditional keywords. They could include geographic specifications, questions, and other very precise details. What are your longtail keywords? Interested in…

How to Rank Better Internationally: Best Practices for Good International SEO

Sometimes we focus too much on US traffic, as many of us are national and not international. For those companies who do business internationally, however, it’s important to remember that the world is flat and the Internet is no exception. Target the right search engines Not every country is as in love with Google as…

10 Things You Need to Know About Google Webmaster Tools

Google Webmaster Tools is a great (FREE!) way to be proactive about your website. When you get everything from a little help indexing your website to crawl stats to errors to keywords and impressions, Google helps give you just a little more insight to how they see your site. 1. Install it. Want to get…

How to Get Your Website Indexed on the Search Engines (Faster!)

When you launch a new website (like we just did, this past weekend!), it can take a few weeks and sometimes even a few months to be found (or indexed) by the search engines. For, remember, search engines do not show the live Internet; but a copy (index) of it. But have no fear, because there are…