Nifty Halloween Photo Contest

Posted on November 3rd, by NiftyDax in Random. 1 Comment

Nifty Halloween Halloween is a fun time of year. We decided to make it even more fun here at Nifty. We started a little competition to see who could take the most awkward/random/funny picture this year. To make it interesting, the winner gets a $500 Amazon gift card. To determine the winner we need your [...]

Design & SEO SUX

Posted on October 21st, by Nifty Lance in Random, SEO, Web Design. 3 comments

Design & SEO SUX Design and SEO go hand in hand, like teenage girls and vampires, copy and paste, or mustaches and creepers. Design without SEO is just a bunch of hipsters putting pretty pictures on a website that no one will see while SEO without design is just a bunch of people optimizing a [...]

Don’t Get Pigeonholed: Surviving Google Updates

Posted on August 13th, by Devin Harper in Link Building, Local Search, SEO, Small Business Marketing. No Comments

Don’t Get Pigeonholed: Surviving Google Updates Google’s local algorithm update, named “Pigeon” by Search Engine Land, is the latest of many Google updates that have left business owners wondering whether or not they’ll see increases or decreases in website referrals, leads and business. Pigeon’s effects are still being discussed, but one of the most prevalent is the [...]

Ya-hoo….more like Ya-boo

Posted on May 7th, by Jace Kamachi in Customer Reviews, Local Search, SEO. No Comments

Ya-hoo….more like Ya-boo Well this one takes the cake, and I don’t even like cake! Yahoo is no longer accepting calls concerning your local listings. So when there are updates that need dealt with, duplicates needing removed or just general inquires, we the customer have been left out in the cold to find our new [...]

Outreach & Editors: 5 Ways To Make Editors Thankful

Posted on November 25th, by Devin Harper in Link Building, SEO, Spam. 2 comments

Outreach & Editors: 5 Ways To Make Editors Thankful There are two types of outreachers. Those who understand how their emails are received and those who do not. The former enjoy greater success, while the latter bemoan less lousy response rates, time wastage and cranky editors. While it is true that editors have their nit [...]