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When it comes to choosing the best way to advertise to potential clients, marketers are often left with a bit of a problem. Over the past five years, the way the average consumer takes in online content has changed dramatically. With the introduction of faster...
Bringing his amazing skills to the Riverworks team for a little under four years now, Kevin is our fearless development team leader. Combining a unique set of skill with an A+ personality, Kevin has been a pivotal part of the continued success of Riverworks and has...
When it comes to branding, a quality logo is one of the most important aspects of a brand’s identity. At Riverworks Marketing, we have worked with numerous businesses to develop logos that not only catch the eye of potential consumers but also work to capture the...
If you own a business, you’ve no doubt taken an unsolicited call from someone claiming to be calling about your “Google My Business” listing, perhaps insinuating that they might be from Google HQ and telling you something vaguely apocalyptic about it being at risk of deletion unless you take urgent action. At Riverworks, we don’t resort to those sorts of shady tactics to get new clients: We focus on providing exceptional, responsive service to the customers we already have!
Over two years, Riverworks Marketing has donated 340 hours of labor to Chattanooga nonprofits with their #RiverworksCares initiative, creating two websites collectively valued at approximately $30,000.
Quality content, rich images, links to other informational websites, and a natural inclusion of the target keyword are all things that need to be considered when crafting a blog post that is designed to increase the search relevance of a website.
A business can potentially have multiple page one rankings, one in the local listing area and one in the main results area, simply from having a high number of good reviews.
Spending money on paid search ads only makes sense if those ads bring in more money than you have spent on them. By reducing the number of keywords that you are spending money on for advertising, you can spend more on fewer, more profitable keywords.