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.
Many web creators throw around a lot of SEO buzzwords and talk about boosting rankings, but how often do they get into specifics? Here at Legnd, we dig deep. We know what it takes to achieve and maintain a great ranking, and we use this knowledge to give our clients rock star results!
Here at Legnd, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the insights and knowledge they need to succeed in today's uncertain times. One area that is of keen focus, is online reviews.
We all know how important it is to achieve and maintain high Google rankings. And with the new algorithm update scheduled for a 2021 roll-out, companies are already fine-tuning their web strategies.
As the world adapts to the changes brought on by the coronavirus, businesses are turning an eye to the future. At some point, things will get back to normal (even if it is a NEW normal), and the businesses that are able to adapt and adjust will likely succeed while others struggle.
The overall COVID-19 pandemic experience has been one of contrasts. Some areas have been hit hard, while others appear to be minimally impacted. The same is true of businesses.