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As search engines have evolved, so has the process of getting your website indexed and ranking well on them. It’s no longer possible to add some keywords to your website and expect it will be returned in search results when someone searches using those terms. Search engines today return results based on what they interpret the searcher’s query to mean, rather than by just picking out certain “key” words or phrases.

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Bing made sure to have plenty of signs that reminded us of where we were.

On January 21st, our Marketing team (Brenda, Rachaelle, and Ryan) made its way to the Bing Ads Connect event at the Venture Hive in Miami. It was a great experience and we learned a lot, here are a few of the highlights from our trip!

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NetSource Technologies is proud to announce the launch of the new MegaFend website. MegaFend now uses some of the best practices for websites in 2015. This means that the site is fully responsive, giving users the best usability across any device.

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Without delving into a deep thesis on the basis of human interaction, I think it’s safe to say that people want to feel a sense of community. We, as consumers, tend to define ourselves based on what groups we belong to and what products we buy. Are you a Mac or a PC? Do you drink Coke or Pepsi?  Any big fan of Coke will have plenty of reasons as to why they won’t drink Pepsi and vice-versa. We tend to find ourselves segmented into niches of things that we like.

Enter: Brand Identity

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AdWords Rolls Out Callout Ad Extension

December 19, 2014

Google recently added Callout extensions to it’s every growing list of ad extensions. To read about other AdWords extensions, see my previous blog post on this subject. Let’s take a look at Callout extensions in more detail.

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Improve Your CTR with Ad Extensions

December 19, 2014

AdWords Ad Extensions, as their name suggests, extend your ads by including additional details about your business along with your ad.  As we’ll see in this article, using ad extensions is very important in helping your ads rank high in the search results page.

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2nd Annual Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest

December 19, 2014

We had so much fun last year, that we’re doing it again!  While voting is exclusively for NetSource team members this year, feel free to leave your cheers and jeers in the comments section. And Merry Christmas from the NetSource Team!

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Team Profile: Walker McArthur

December 4, 2014

What is your name? Forrest Walker McArthur Do you have any nicknames? I go by my middle name, Walker.

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Google will now display whether or not your site is “Mobile-Friendly”

November 18, 2014

Today Google announced a new feature that will let search users see whether or not the site they’re about to click on is “mobile-friendly.” Now, you’re probably asking “what does mobile-friendly mean?” Well, Google says that a site needs to meet the following criteria in order to be labeled as mobile-friendly: Avoids software that is [...]

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Team Profile: Ryan Thayil

November 7, 2014

What is your name? Ryan Thayil Do you have any nicknames? Nope, although at my last job there was another guy named Ryan, so I was always Ryan T.

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PPC Minute: Quality Score

November 3, 2014

What Is It? The Quality Score is a number from 1-10 that is assigned to each keyword in a Pay-Per-Click (example: Google AdWords) campaign. The Quality Score is about relevancy; it assesses the quality of the relationship between the ad copy and landing page and the keyword that you would like to advertise on.

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Nine Fast Tips for Writing Website Content

October 31, 2014

Many business owners who work with digital advertising agencies still want to write some or all of their own website content. Your agency can set up a Content Management System (CMS) for your website that makes posting on your website just as easy as writing a letter in a Microsoft Word document.

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