You can’t rely on referrals

Referrals are great but don’t rely on them to keep your business from failing. I’ve seen too many Bounce House Rental companies stop short of improving their business to the point where they choke their own business success. I’m in the rental business myself and I can honestly tell you I’m constantly looking to improve my business and call volume too really maximize my profit potentials.  I don’t wait for things to happen, I make them happened.     I continue to see Read more >>

Social media impact on brand awareness and website traffic

Market analytics have observed that only 1% of the total website traffic comes directly from social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter, Quora, Stumble upon, LinkedIn, and so on. This finding clearly suggests that the impact of social media is nominal. However, its significance can't be overlooked because of the fact that more than 1.45 billion people spend 4 to 5 hours daily on surfing these websites. At the same time, relying heavily on Google search results can turn out to be a risky affair. Read more >>

Bounce House Websites

            Bounce House Website with a purpose... I'm sure by now you are very impressed with what we have become in creating WordPress websites for the Bounce House Industry. We are not the same or have the same crew you knew from the past. We have a new vision at that's to be the best in this industry when it comes to creating SEOed WordPress websites. People from all over the world has come to recognize who we are and what we can do for their Read more >>

Is first page on Google becoming a thing of the past?

It’s no secret, obtaining first page on Google has become a bit more of a challenge for many “Do it yourself” types of businesses. The new requirements that Google has implemented has shifted the game on SEO of those on tight budgets and the “Know How” Frankly I welcomed the change because a lot of these “Do it yourself” were creating spam with very massive low quality websites while cluttering the internet with childlike websites that look like they were created by a 12 year old. Read more >>

Googles Panda Penguin

The last two years we saw major Google algorithm changes that had sweeping effects on sites all over the web, and they just happened to be named after cute little animals. For those who lost a substantial amount of search visibility (and ultimately web traffic and revenue), there was nothing cute about them. I’m, of course referring to Panda and Penguin, though there were plenty of other algorithmic changes that didn’t get nearly the same amount of attention. In 2011, Google unleashed the Read more >>
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