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About Gabriella Sannino

International SEO consultant is my title...but who cares about those? What I love is, writing about marketing, social, SEO, relevance, ruffling feathers and starting revolutions. What you read on this blog, will hopefully inspire you to continue the conversation. When I'm not multitasking around Level343 I sneak away and go sailing. I'm crazy about pistachios, and of course Nutella.

Content Strategy A Guide To Solving Your Audience’s Questions

You know that stock photo picture of success, where some buff man or woman looks out over this beautiful landscape on top of a hill or mountain that was obviously hard to climb, and makes it look easy as pie [...]

6 Painful SEO Lessons You Don’t Want to Learn Yourself

Unless you rely totally on PPC for your traffic, organic search is a really big deal for the welfare of your online company. Another way of saying this is, if you don’t have an effective SEO campaign, growth will stagnate [...]

By |May 9th, 2016|SEO|0 Comments

Risky SEO: Link Building Still A Viable Option

I was recently interviewed about SEO tactics that might be considered risky in today’s optimization atmosphere. One of the things I like about people asking me questions like that is that it gives me the chance to really think about [...]

By |May 2nd, 2016|Online Marketing, SEO|4 Comments

The Marketing Agency Onus: When the Client Does the Writing

Warning: this is going to sound really bad. It’s going to sound like I don’t think clients are capable of writing. There’s only a tad bit of truth in that. You see, when it comes to content marketing strategies and [...]

By |April 18th, 2016|Content Development, Online Marketing|2 Comments

Marketing: Just Another Word For Manipulation?

A little background: a few weeks ago, I wrote “Marketing to the ‘Why’”, after which ensued an interesting conversation between myself and Arth Strout of Customer First Marketing (you can read the conversation in the comments of the post). During [...]

By |April 11th, 2016|Content Development, Online Marketing|1 Comment

Content Marketing: Engaging Content

The online space is saturated with content. There’s an article written on pretty much any topic you can think of (although not necessarily written well). One could even argue that there’s nothing left to say. Unfortunately, that’s the reality of [...]

By |March 22nd, 2016|Content Development, Online Marketing|6 Comments

4 Tips And A Rant To Up The Anti On Your Online Marketing Campaigns

Remember the huge amount of “SEO is Dead” posts we’ve seen through the years? I’ve been in the online marketing business for years, and can’t count the number of times these types of posts hit the Internet. Pretty much any [...]

By |March 7th, 2016|Online Marketing, SEO|0 Comments

6 Steps (Plus One) to Take AFTER You’ve Published Your Post

Remember that Kevin Costner movie, where he kept hearing, “If you build it, they will come,” and he did, and they did, and everything ended happily ever after? Publishing great content, if that’s all you do, is kind of like [...]

By |February 22nd, 2016|Content Development, Online Marketing|0 Comments

WordPress SEO 101: 4 Things You Can’t Afford to Miss

A few weeks ago we posted the WordPress.com vs WordPress.org infographic and it was such a big success that I thought: why not stick with the theme? After all, while WordPress is awesome out of the box, there are so [...]

By |December 28th, 2015|Online Marketing, WordPress|4 Comments

Digital Isn’t Always the “Next Best Thing”

Digital – the word brings up so many ideas, simply because of the times we live in. It could mean the Internet you used to reach this post, or the computer you’re reading it on. It could mean a mobile phone, a tablet or a card reader. From a business perspective, it could mean a surge in sales – or a crashing enterprise.

By |November 30th, 2015|Branding, Online Marketing, Social Media|0 Comments