Now Available: New Digital Marketing Podcast Featuring Exults CEO Zach Hoffman

Find the first four episodes of Digital Marketing with Zach Hoffman on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or the Exults website.

Find the first four episodes of Digital Marketing with Zach Hoffman on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or the Exults website.

Exults Digital Marketing has launched a new podcast—Digital Marketing with Zach Hoffman—which will see the company’s CEO presenting tips and best practices for all areas of online marketing. The podcast will cover topics including content marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), email marketing, social media, paid advertising, website design, and more.

Ignite Visibility Named #1 for SEO and Search Engine Marketing Company in USA

Ignite Visibility Awarded For Offering A Unique Program Based On Data-Modeling, Forecasting, and Unique Strategy

Ignite Visibility Awarded For Offering A Unique Program Based On Data-Modeling, Forecasting, and Unique Strategy

Ignite Visibility, a full-service digital marketing and advertising agency, is pleased to announce its recent naming as the #1 SEO and SEM Agency in the US by Clutch, a leading B2B ratings and reviews platform.

SEO: 6 quick wins

Article by Axandra

Article by Axandra
SEO software

There are many things that you can do to improve the rankings of your web pages on Google and other search engines. Some things are more difficult to do than others. Here are 6 easy optimization tips that you can use to improve the rankings of your website.

SEOHost.Net Principal: What Google's Decision to Phase Out Tracking Cookies Means for Advertisers

Google has made the decision to phase out tracking cookies.

Google has made the decision to phase out tracking cookies. Terry Cane, COO of SEOHost.net discusses what this means for advertisers.

Terry Cane, COO of SEOHost.net (https://www.seohost.net), believes Google's decision to phase out support for third-party cookies isn't as bad as some have made it out to be.

The search giant announced last January its intent to remove support for cookies in its Chrome browser within the coming two years. Earlier this month, the company further clarified its plans in a blog post from Director of Product Management for Ads, Privacy, and Trust David Temkin. It will no longer rely on any identifiers to target its advertisements, nor will it support brands that do.

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