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A Conversation with the Vice President of Digital Marketing at Franworth

Brandi Kloostra has brought the Oneupweb team with her as she’s conquered the franchise marketing industry time and time again. Always working multiple jobs from a young age, Brandi went from delivering newspapers to Vice President of Digital Marketing at Franworth, with more than a few stops along the way. Through her personal (wife, mother…

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Website Development and SEO Go Together Like PB&J

Warning: this article includes many prolonged food-based metaphors. Do not read on an empty stomach. Ever heard the expression, “too many cooks in the kitchen?” It’s meant to describe a situation where too many people are working on the same project. The result is a mess: broken eggs, spilled milk, and fire alarms going off….

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Do You Need a New Website? Here’s How to Tell

Making the decision to build a new website or invest in a refresh requires a lot more than looking at it. While a visual assessment helps, data points should also be a huge deciding factor. We’ve put together a few ways to determine if you need a new website, plus what you should expect to…

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Six Things We Learned About GA4 in a Year+

The release of GA4, the new Google Analytics, was announced in late 2020. This technology will likely replace Google Universal Analytics (UA) sometime in the future, though Google hasn’t made this clear. Despite the murky future of Google Analytics UA vs. GA4, our digital marketing agency knew one thing back in 2020: All our clients…

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Why Using Longtail Keywords with Low Search Volume Is Powerful

It may seem counterintuitive to target a keyword with only 10 to 150 searches per month on a national level. Your leadership or digital team has probably asked questions like, “What is a good keyword search volume?” But really, any longtail, low-volume keyword can pack an intense punch when it’s ultra-relevant to your audience and…

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Shopify vs. WordPress: Which Is the Better Website Platform for Your Business?

Shopify and WordPress have grown into top website platforms for businesses. While both offer robust ecommerce solutions for retailers, appointment scheduling for service-based companies, and tools to make your brand look beautiful, one may be better suited for you. By evaluating each website platform, comparing costs, and setting your digital priorities, you can make your…

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Google Analytics Privacy: Austria Says “Nein” to Transatlantic Data Transfer

Facing a litany of privacy lawsuits, Google’s hottest fire is now in Austria. In December 2021, a small case focused on NetDoktor (think “Austrian WebMD”) put EU-US data transfer back on the radar of marketers and any organization that relies on Google Analytics for data collection. This single “Schrems II” ruling could have an impact…

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How to Choose the Best SEO Agency

Finding the right SEO agency can have a tremendous impact on your business. With the right SEO partner, you can expect a measurable improvement in website traffic, lead quality, and conversions. The right agency offers so much more than keywords. Today’s SEO environment requires a holistic approach that combines technical SEO, on-page SEO, and link…

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Website Design and Development Snapshot: Windemuller

In early 2021, Windemuller, a Michigan-based electrical and design-build contractor, set their sights on a new website. With Oneupweb’s help, we successfully launched a new website that showcases their variety of services. The Problem: Windemuller needed a modern, easy-to-navigate website that made their services easy to understand. With nearly 100 core pages explaining their specialties,…

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The Big, Bad List of SEO Terms You Need to Know

Are you an SEO nerd? Are you looking to become one? While our job responsibilities are constantly in flux, other things stay fairly constant. Behold: the words, phrases, and acronyms we’ve come to know and love. If you’re just starting out or you’re an expert who needs a refresher, this list of SEO terms is…

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The Low-Quality Traffic Dilemma

Lots of website or app sessions – very few leads and sales. This is the low-quality traffic dilemma, and it’s not what you want. Luckily, there are ways to mitigate it. What Are Low- and High-Quality Traffic Sources? There are no perfect website or app traffic sources, and every business finds success in different marketing…

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TLDR Blog Post Experiment

A Oneupweb marketing micro-experiment. In an age where blog posts on average are well beyond the 2000-word count, yet we have a steadily decreasing attention span on par with a goldfish, we had a question: If we can deliver the “goods” faster on one of our most trafficked blogs, will this result in more conversions…

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