There’s a lot of effort that goes into developing and optimizing a website so that it ranks as one of Google’s page-one results.
In a word, the difference between paid and organic search marketing is the cost. Paid search concentrates on paid rankings in search results, while organic search concentrates on unpaid rankings.
Do you know how many times your customers interact with your brand before making their first purchase? With each unnecessary gap, you’re losing conversion value.
Legnd is proud to announce that we’ve been chosen as the Best Digital Marketing Company in Dallas in 2021!
“Marketing transparency” is much more than a meme or a buzzword. With ethics in marketing and web design being scrutinized more now than ever before, brands and businesses need to be as transparent as possible about all that they do.
With the newest version of Google Analytics being released, known as “GA4” for short, the long-serving Universal Analytics property has been replaced. What do we see in the tea leaves? Let’s dive in and find out!
The search engine optimization strategy of any business, organization, or individual can be separated into two segments: on-page and off-page SEO. Each is essential to the ongoing success of an optimization campaign, but they behave as two different beasts.
Roughly ten years ago, the influencer marketing space was restricted to only dedicated bloggers and celebrities. In the present, it seems like there is an influencer around every corner of your next click on a link. If you're trying to decide if influencer marketing is right for you, then Legnd has the facts to back you up!
Digital.com, a leading independent review website for small business online tools, products, and services, has named Legnd to its list of best SEO (Search Engine Optimization) firms in Dallas.
There are a lot of questions that remain unanswered when it comes to the long-term effects of the coronavirus. One main area of uncertainty is the retail sector. Google, through IPSOS, polled 1,000 consumers per area and discovered that a full half of the respondents do believe that the pandemic will affect their 2020 holiday shopping.