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5 Reasons Your Business Needs a Colorado SEO Company

By Randy Monroe | August 23, 2016
Third Angle Colorado SEO Company

When it comes to your business, you’ll spare no cost. Getting out there online and building a name for yourself is important, and you’ll do virtually everything in your power to make it happen. If you haven’t hired a Colorado SEO company, though, you’re missing out. In addition to streamlining your digital marketing efforts, a Colorado SEO company can help you discover new avenues for traffic and make the most of your online presence, starting…

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5 Important Aspects of Small Business Website Design

By Sarah Perry | August 18, 2016
small business website design

When it comes to small business website design, deciding what you need and what you don’t can be tough. By nature, small business websites are, well, smaller than a major enterprise website, and they don’t have quite as much space to cram everything in. Because of this, many small business owners find themselves confused over what has a place on their websites and what’s better left out. To learn more about the elements of successful…

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3 Important Considerations Before Hiring a Colorado Springs SEO Company

By Randy Monroe | August 16, 2016
Local SEO Services

Sounds scary, right?   It is! But luckily it doesn’t have to be. By knowing what to consider before you hire a Colorado Springs SEO company, you can set yourself up to find a perfect match – for you and your business. Read on to learn more.   What Does a Colorado Springs SEO Company Do?   While the duties of a Colorado Springs SEO company are many, their primary goal is to audit a…

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How to Get More Out of Your Small Business Website

By Sarah Perry | August 9, 2016
How to Get More Out of Your Small Business Website Management by Third Angle

Just having a website, in this era, isn’t enough anymore. If your small business website isn’t doing anything but taking up virtual airspace, then you’re losing out. Your website has the potential to be the best salesperson your company could ask for, you just need to treat it like one. Your website’s number one goal is to provide prospect the information they need, when they need it and give clarity on your process or next…

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How to Find the Right Website Keywords to Smash the Competition

By Sarah Perry | March 2, 2016
How to Find the Right Keywords to Smash the Competition

Finding the right keywords for your website can cause it to move up in the search engines, leading to more success for your business. When choosing keywords for a website, businesses often focus on those terms most commonly used by themselves. Although it does make sense to do so, focusing solely on this area can lead to a business overlooking other words and phrases that may have great benefit to them. When a business adds these other terms,…

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Resolve to be Relevant with this Website Update Checklist

By Sarah Perry | March 2, 2016
Resolve to be Relevent with this Website Update Checklist

With more than 95 percent of the world now online, websites are small businesses’ lifelines to the world. Of course, simply having a website isn’t enough. It has to be maintained and kept current to remain relevant in the eyes of consumers and web crawlers alike. Regardless of your dedication to customer support or how outstanding your products or services may be, failure to revise certain aspects continually seen by the public could negatively affect…

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Protect Your Website from Pandas, Penguins and Penalties

By Sarah Perry | January 11, 2016
How To Avoid Panda and Penguin Penalties

It is a rare successful business owner who is also an expert in the idiosyncrasies of Internet search engines. This is for the simple reason they tend to be busy with the myriad of duties that keep business owners busy: ordering inventory, attending to clients, managing employees, watching the books, as well as dozens of other responsibilities. One person can only wear so many hats and, for this reason, most small business owners tend to…

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The Secret to Staying on Top of the Latest Google Search Update

By Randy Monroe | January 4, 2016
Keeping Up To Date With Google Is Important

This article was written prior to Google’s latest Panda release the second week of January 2016. This article will be updated as more information becomes available. – Third Angle Although most business owners know about the major Google algorithm changes, such as Panda and Penguin, quite a few aren’t aware that Google algorithm changes take place regularly. Many of these changes are minor and won’t lead to the results seen with the major updates, such…

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Quick Tips About Small Business Marketing the Experts Don’t Want You to Know

By Randy Monroe | December 15, 2015
Small Business Marketing Tips Experts Don't Share

Small business owners often operate with limited funds, which then creates more struggles with their marketing tasks. Individuals in this situation have a few options. They can: take marketing classes, spending those limited funds to do so. try to learn marketing tactics themselves, using the Internet. turn to professionals for assistance, taking money away from other areas to do so. Thankfully, here are some Quick Tips About Small Business Marketing any organization can begin using today…

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The 5 Most Common Misconceptions About Business Branding

By Sarah Perry | December 8, 2015
5 Common Misconceptions about Branding

There’s a lot of talk about branding, but what does it really mean for a small business? Is it really necessary to develop ideas for branding your business and spend valuable time and money on branding when both are in short supply? The answer is yes. Any business that survives long enough will be branded to some extent, either by themselves, the competition, or a catastrophic event such as the BP oil spill in the…

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Using WordPress for Website Design

By Randy Monroe | November 24, 2015
Using WordPress for Website Design

The online world is both diverse and dynamic, giving consumers and businesses alike an endless array of opportunities. A number of sources indicate more than two million searches are performed online every minute while an estimated 34,000 new websites are created each hour. Some of these quickly rise to the top of favored search engines with others quietly disappear without ever being recognized. Although a long list of factors separate the outstanding from the obscure, the platform…

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End of Year Video – Happy Holidays

By Sarah Perry | November 20, 2015
End of Year Holiday Video Plus More!

Closing and Vacation Times The Holidays are here! To give the Third Angle team some time with their loved ones, we will be closed on the following days: November 26th-27th (returning to the office November 30th) December 24th-January 1st (returning to the office January 4th, 2016) *Please look at your current inventory and place any orders you may need before these dates!

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Beat the Odds and Soar to the Top With These WordPress SEO Tips

By Randy Monroe | November 17, 2015
SEO Tips for WordPress

With almost three trillion searches performed on a daily basis and thousands of websites being born, competition is the name of the game in the online world. Eye-catching graphics combined with user-friendly features may hold visitors’ interests and encourage them to return to a specific site but, before these aspects come into play, the public has to first realize a site exists. If this sounds a bit like a reference to search engine optimization (SEO), you’re…

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Understanding WordPress Basics in Four Simple Steps

By Randy Monroe | November 10, 2015
Understand WordPress with these 4 Basic Steps

Powering a quarter of the top websites, WordPress is by far the most popular software of its kind. Originally designed to make it simple to maintain a blog, the software has evolved into a powerful content management system that makes it easy to create and edit text, pictures, and more. Since WordPress use is so widespread, its ecosystem includes an incredible array of visual themes along with plugins that add new functionality. WordPress’s popularity also makes it…

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Estimating and Controlling Website Cost for Small Business Owners

By Randy Monroe | November 3, 2015
Estimate & Control Your Website Costs

While the benefits of having a website are undeniable, business owners are routinely stymied when trying to figure out exactly what they need to do to end up with a website that is effective but doesn’t break the bank. The countless ads from website development experts are, at best, confusing, typically leaving business owners with more questions than answers. The ultimate question becomes, what will a website cost for a small business to construct and maintain? Unfortunately,…

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