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Check out our comprehensive blog where we cover the important Web Design, SEO, and Marketing topics which impact small businesses like yours.  

Google Analytics Analysis Part 3: See from Where Your Most Useful Traffic is Coming

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Your small business online presence takes a bit of experimentation. You never know quite where the most valuable customers will come from, what campaigns will spike the best, and even which landing page designs direct the most sales. But using Google Analytics effectively takes out much of the guesswork by monitoring your click rates.  This data can show you where traffic comes from and where it goes once it reaches you.

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Hacks on Remote Desktop Apps: What They Are and How Businesses Can Protect Themselves

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By providing the necessary tools that empower remote employees to communicate and work with each other, remote desktop apps equalize the playing field of modern business by enabling any business to tap into an enormous, global talent pool.  However, with benefits come risks, and many remote desktop apps possess documented and ongoing vulnerabilities that make them susceptible to hackers. By keeping software up-to-date, using proper, high-quality security credentials, and monitoring security concerns, businesses can enjoy the benefits of remote desktop solutions and mitigate the security risks they pose as well.

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Google Analytics Analysis Part 2: Dive Deep Into Your Geographical Data

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Having a website means you can do business with virtually anyone. But having a site with Google Analytics means you can know from where your business and potential interest is originating. Knowing location details can help you either target your business more for a specific geographical region, or take note to spread your business's appeal to other cities, states and countries.

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Featured Client: Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture (CCUA) & Their Build This Town Campaign

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Introducing CCUA and the Campaign

Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture works to enhance our community’s health by connecting people to agriculture and the land through hands-on learning opportunities from seed to plate. Their 1.3-acre Urban Farm grows thousands of pounds of fresh food for local food pantries and educates thousands of children and adults every year. Founded in 2009, CCUA believes cooking and gardening skills have been slowly lost over the last couple of generations, and they want to ensure individuals still have the opportunity to learn them and use it to feed their families.  CCUA helps people grow and cook food at their homes, at local schools, and other community sites.  Billy Polansky serves as Executive Director of CCUA, leading the day-to-day operations.

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Google Analytics Analysis Part 1: Read Your Google Analytics Data By Date

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In June, we discussed how to effectively leverage Google Analytics for your website.  Due to the sheer volume and robustness of data provided by Google Analytics, small business owners can often get lost amongst the data and reports.  Today, we launch a three-part series that dives further into how to best use, read, and analyze your Google Analytics data.

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Google's Keyword Planner: Everything You Need to Know

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When writing website copy or content for your business, keywords are a huge factor for SEO. The right keywords rank you higher on Google's search results, so achieving this requires the right tools and resources. One such tool is Google's Keyword Planner, which has features such as searching for new keywords, seeing how they work with current marketing trends, and multiplying keyword lists together to generate fresh keywords. Here are some tips on how to properly use Google’s Keyword Planner.

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Benjamin Liu Transitions to Marketing and Web Specialist

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We are excited to announce that Benjamin Liu transitioned roles at Igniting Business to our Marketing and Web Specialist. He will be located in our Lee’s Summit office.

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What are the Disadvantages and Limitations of Website Builders?

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Do you need a website for your business? Are you thinking of using a website builder (i.e. Wix, GoDaddy Website Builder, Squarespace, etc.)? Do you know the disadvantages and limitations of most website builders?

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Facebook Advertising "Objectives": What They Mean for Your Business

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As a small business, social media platforms such as Facebook are a great way to stay in front of your target audience. Along with gaining an audience through your posts, your business can also place ads through Facebook. The social media platform has paid advertising available for various objectives, including awareness, conversion, and consideration with many options available within them to put together a great ad.

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New LinkedIn Company Pages: 3 Tweaks You Need to Know

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Social media is evolving rapidly, which means that there are frequent changes to mainstay platforms such as LinkedIn. As LinkedIn continues to grow and gain more users, there have been significant changes to the platform itself. Most recently, LinkedIn has rolled out a fresh and new look to personal, and more importantly company pages. Not only does the platform have a new look, but they’ve added advanced features to more effectively utilize the professional social network.

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