The news cycle never stops, especially for big tech. The larger US tech companies are constantly evolving, and they may be on the verge of another monumental change. Government probes into the business practices of those tech companies may have huge implications for the future of online advertising. More specifically, these probes may have ripple effects on Google Ads marketing near Denver. As an Adwords agency in Denver, we wanted to examine these investigations and how they may impact Adwords marketing near Denver.

The world of advertising is constantly evolving and search engine ads are no exception. From auction process changes to data privacy concerns, search engine advertising can be confusing. If your pay-per-click (PPC) ads aren’t on the right search engines, you won’t get the results you need. The search engine you choose can influence the effectiveness of your PPC in Denver. It’s important to know how advertising changes across search engines.

Over a year ago, FiG brought on a new client to add to our diverse portfolio: Interstate Energy, Inc. As the only Clean Burn waste-oil recycling distributor in Colorado and Eastern Wyoming, Interstate Energy was interested in expanding their customer base and acquiring a larger share of their highly competitive market. Now that we are a year into our partnership, we wanted to reflect on the dramatic ROI we’ve seen and celebrate our current successes as a leading SEO agency in Denver.

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You can’t talk about search engine optimization (SEO) without diving into local elements of SEO, as well. It’s an integral part of any search engine marketing (SEM) strategy and if you skip past local SEO, you can almost guarantee no one will find your business organically. This is where Google My Business can come into play; this Google tool is imperative for local search queries and larger-scale Denver search engine advertising strategies alike.

In February of 2018, FiG began a partnership with Ethos General Contractors, a contracting company that focuses on roof repairs, gutter replacement, window contracting and more. Ethos had approached FiG with an interest in expanding their consumer base and we are very proud to report that within just a year and a few months, FiG has generated some significant results for Ethos through extensive search engine optimization (SEO) and other digital marketing strategies. As a leading seo agency in Denver, we understood the steps we would need to take to reach a larger audience and generate more conversions for Ethos.

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FiG Advertising + Marketing is positively ecstatic to announce our new partnership with Chris Davis, a premier real estate agent in the Denver area. As the economic boom of Denver continues and the population of Colorado continues to expand daily, real estate advertising is more important than ever to local realtors and Chris Davis understood that. To improve the real estate marketing efforts of his business, Chris approached FiG and our collaborative partnership began.

It seems like the tech giant, Google, is always changing or updating parts and features of their search engine. One day it may be a large document relevancy reveal and the next they are merging features together for a better user experience. FiG Advertising + Marketing is constantly researching to stay up-to-date on Google news, so today, we’ll discuss some recent feature updates to Google Ads, along with its associated products, and how they may impact your search engine marketing efforts.

Recently, Google announced some big changes that would be coming to their marketing tools with the hopes of making the wide variety of products easier to understand and use. Google continues to dominate the search engine marketing landscape and staying ahead of the ever-evolving technology means continuous innovation and, often, new and revamped products.

Wednesday, 25 April 2018 06:30

Which Is Better: SEO Or PPC?

As digital marketers, we get this question all the time. Each time we speak to someone who is wondering about the best marketing tactics to drive traffic to their website, our answer is always the same: “It depends.” In order to choose the most effective tactic to complement a marketing strategy, one must take into consideration a number of different aspects of the company's current situation.

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Whether you are a beach bum or a thrill seeker, there are hundreds of options out there for the perfect vacation spot. In a society where an individual is exposed to more than 4,000 advertisements every day, the impact of each interaction is greatly diluted. In a sea of brand interactions, one thing is working for the travel industry – search engine marketing.

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