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Client Spotlight: Mr Electric of Warren County – Your Local Electrician in Mason Ohio

December 22, 2021

Local Electricians in Mason Ohio: 10 Easy Steps to a Lower Carbon Footprint (And a Lower Utility Bill) Want energy saving ideas, tips, and insights from friendly professional and local electricians in Lebanon or Mason Ohio?  Give Mr. Electric of Warren County a call at 513-282-3586 and visit our website at mrelectric.com/warren-county. 1. Replace all the [Read More…]

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Adding a New Admin to Your Google My Business Page

February 9, 2020
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1) Go to https://business.google.com/ page and click on the “Sign In” link and login using your appropriate Gmail login account. 2) Click on your location in the center list of businesses if you manage more than one. 3) Click on the “Users” tab in the left-hand column   4) Click new user icon in upper [Read More…]

Client News, Company News

Caduceus International Publishing

March 22, 2017

We helped one of our recent SEO clients, Caduceus International Publishing, get access back to an old Google+ page which was created by a former employee. We are now in the process of optimizing it and building it out for them. A company’s Google My Business page is a very important piece to an overall SEO [Read More…]

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Pokémon Go Turns the World into a Playground, Dangers and All

August 3, 2016

By Elise Nelson The world is a playground…at least that is what Pokémon Go players experience as they venture into unfamiliar places in their real world to capture virtual creatures. Pokémon Go is a free-to-play, location-based augmented reality game developed by Niantic and manufactured by Nintendo for iOS and Android devices (ref01).  With not much [Read More…]

Client News, Company News, Cybersecurity, Digital Investigations

Two Google April Fools Jokes – One Intentional and One Not. Outrage Ensues From Both

April 1, 2016

There was much panic among small business owners today … in what some speculated was an unintentional April Fools joke played on them by the 500 billion dollar company Google. No, I am not talking about the highly publicized Google Gmail April Fool’s prank that Google purposefully did and then later pulled because of complaints. [Read More…]

Client News, SEO and SEM