ADA Compliance and Websites: What Realtors Must Know

The American National Association of Realtors recommended in 2020 making your real estate website ADA-compliant, and you should, but before you panic, here are the main things you need to know about website accessibility and ADA compliance. 

Real Estate Websites ADA Compliance

ADA is the acronym for the Americans with Disabilities Act, enacted in 1990 to prevent discrimination against individuals based on disabilities.

Unfortunately, in

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Surfer SEO Unveils New Semrush Integration

Surfer SEO has a new growth management tool that includes backlink data provided by industry leader, Semrush.

Here’s what the integration means for users.

Surfer SEO

Surfer SEO is a machine learning tool used by SEOs to conduct keyword research, create content strategies, and generate AI outlines.

Companies such as Square, ClickUp, and Shopify use the tool, in addition to

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FTC Set to Update Endorsement Guides on Social Media

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is poised to issue updated Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising (the Guides) following a comment period on the proposed changes. This Holland & Knight alert provides an overview of the FTC’s proposed updates and the potential impact on companies advertising through social media and similar channels.

Introduction: Social Media Advertising

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5 tips to develop authoritative content for Google and

Day 1 of SMX Advanced 2022 opened today with a keynote by Jaimie Clark, VP of SEO at Centerfield. It was packed full of insights around creating authoritative content that Google ranks and searchers need. 

The Wirecutter migration: SEO + content + rebrand

Before Clark joined Centerfield, she worked at the New York Times. In 2016, New York Times Co.

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How Blogs Can Help Small Business’s Grow

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Research shows that 20% of startup businesses close up in their first year of operation. The businesses that do survive that first year find it difficult to stay afloat, and 65% end up shutting down within 10 years. One of the main reasons cited was poor marketing. With few resources available, it

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