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About Marjorie Steele

SEO Consultant Marjorie Steele is a digital strategist, copywriter, storyteller, and creative sellsword. Since 2008, she has worked with small businesses, ecommerce stores, agencies and countless niche industries to develop creative messaging which reaches consumers where they live. A poet at heart, Marjorie tumblrs regularly. She's also addicted to hot yoga and is mother to the smartest toddler on the planet.

5 ways to use email marketing to kick ass

Over the last few years, I’ve been increasingly amazed at how versatile and effective email marketing can be, and how few companies even begin to scratch its potential to increase business.

It’s not rocket science. It’s just…talking to people. Through simple […]

By |September 11th, 2014|Content Development, Email Marketing, Online Marketing|0 Comments

Closing the Development Strategy Gap

Search engine optimization doesn’t live on an island. The success of an SEO campaign – like most other marketing disciplines – depends on the strength of the platforms and disciplines surrounding it. Website development, design, graphics, social, PPC, PR, print, even […]

By |July 14th, 2014|SEO|0 Comments

Cut the HFCS From Your Copywriting

Copywriters, if you think about it, are a bit like food manufacturers. We’re feeding messaging to the masses, and most people are completely oblivious to the ingredients we use. But we are aware – at least we should be – […]

By |July 3rd, 2014|Branding|0 Comments

Ridiculous things SEOs hear, and our reactions in GIFs

Search engine optimization is one of those weird, nichey industries that's hard for outsiders to understand. Hell, with Google changing the rulebook every week, it's hard for us insiders to understand most of the time. The industry's opacity naturally leads to a lot of misconceptions. Half the world sees SEO as some kind of voodoo, a third see it as a scam full of snakeoil salesmen, and the rest think it has something to do with keywords tags and directory submissions.

By |June 19th, 2014|Online Marketing, SEO|3 Comments

5 Creative Content Strategies for the Youngs

They might be stereotyped as misunderstood, directionless and fickle, but when it comes to digital content, teens tweens and young adults know exactly what they want:

They want to feel something.

It’s no secret that new media makes the biggest impact with […]

How to build a Google update-proof SEO strategy

It seems like about every ten minutes, someone is proclaiming that SEO is dead. Or, if it’s not SEO that’s dead, it’s an industry keystone that’s gone on to a better place – like PageRank sculpting, or Press Release marketing, […]

By |May 30th, 2014|Branding, SEO|0 Comments

4 Ways Marketers Neglect Their Own Brand, and What to Do About It

One of my first agency clients gave me a bit of old-timey wisdom I’ll never forget: the cobbler’s children are always shoeless. It’s such a perfect analogy for struggle many marketers – particularly digital ones – have with nurturing their own brands. […]

By |May 22nd, 2014|Branding, Online Marketing|0 Comments

Tumblr for SEO? The case for social’s newest up-and-comer

When I tell other SEOs that Tumblr is my favorite social network of choice, the responses are always a bit puzzled.

“REALLY? Tumblr?”, which is usually followed by a thoughtful “Hmm. Interesting.”

Yes, Tumblr. For LOTS of reasons – not the least of […]

By |May 15th, 2014|Content Development, SEO|9 Comments

Zen blogging and the art of the longtail keyword

My first big break in the SEO industry came not as a result of a massive link building campaign, article marketing or viral reach. It didn’t come in floods of 1,000s of visitors to a single, killer landing page. It […]

By |May 8th, 2014|Content Development, SEO|2 Comments