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Website Visitor Behavior: Mobile vs. Desktop – By Ron Stauffer

Ed. Note: Not long ago I happened upon a few amazing posts by Ron Stauffer, an Internet Marketer with a knack for research. Even though I do not normally use guest posts on our website, his writing showed an outstanding understanding of the field, so I reached out to him on Twitter and asked him if...

Examples of Tanning Salon Content and Blog Post Ideas

To succeed as a business, you need to not only provide a better product or service - you need to make sure that you're marketing better than your competitors. Online, that means developing a website with a lot of content to help you rank well in search engines for as many keywords as...

2014 Holiday Content Special

Child's amazing letter to Santa. Content turnaround is usually pretty quick. Rarely do we have a project that takes more than a few weeks to complete, and most of our clients know they can contact us to get the content they need right away. But 2014 is coming up, and that means new budgets,...

Coming Up With Psychiatry Blog Content

Last week, I wrote about pain points in psychology content, and how many of those working in the mental health field prefer to focus too heavily on pain points, and too little on why someone should connect with them. To summarize - it's nice to show someone you can identify what they are suffering...

Pain Points and Psychotherapy SEO

Many of our clientele work in the field of psychology and hire us to write their mental health content. In the last few years we've worked with dozens of psychotherapists, psychiatrists, and counselors as they build their websites and market to their community. Everyone working in the mental...

SEO, The Seattle Mariners, and Anti-Marketing

For those that follow the Great Leap Studios Twitter account, you'll note that I have long been a fan of the Seattle Mariners. I follow them somewhat religiously, research the advanced statistics on players like Kyle Seager and Dustin Ackley, monitor the team's front office and more on a regular...

Small Business Marketing – The Thought Process of Your Customers

It's the goal of every business to reach potential customers. You can have the best products or the best services or the best employees or the best location, but if you're not attracting customers to your business, your business will fail. Large companies have millions of dollars to dedicate to...

Hello – You Have a Beautiful Life (and other good deeds)

We're facing an increasingly negative world. It's one where it's easier to say something mean than it is to say something nice, and few people donate even a moment of their time to make someone else's time better. This past week, in honor of someone's 30th birthday, we decided to do 30 good deeds...