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    Posted April 11, 2014 by
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    Phoenix SEO Expert Bradley Barks Talks Rankings & Results

     

    So, you've been thinking about doing SEO for your business in Phoenix?

     

    To be honest, I think that’s a great idea, but, ultimately, you want to be doing the right kind of SEO. Here, let me explain. There are many well-meaning businesses out there that will tweak up your title tags, build some sort of link package thing to target your pages and pretty much call it a day.

     

    That’s not going to drive more traffic to your website and that’s not going to get you the results you’re looking for. The truth is, real, effective SEO requires budget and time. The search volume is there, customers are searching right now, looking for your business, but if you’re going to do a proper SEO campaign for Phoenix, Scottsdale or any of the surrounding cities, you have to do it right.

     

    Our agency believes effective SEO takes tweaking, testing and tracking on new campaigns, every single month, to help stay way ahead of the curve and provide the type of results our clients have come to expect from us.

     

    If you’d like to speak to Brad, please fill in the contact form at: http://www.seosatori.com/contact/

     

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    On this week's installment of Online Marketing Showcase, we're featuring local SEO marketer Bradley Barks. Brad has been growing businesses through online marketing, advertising and search engine optimization for over a decade now, for both his own companies and clients.

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