Freaky Results Report: Talon Concrete & Quicksilver Readymix

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The Page Turners are doing some pretty amazing things over here. Check out our latest round of results:

Talon Results

About the Client

The experts at Talon Concrete & Quicksilver Readymix have more than 120 years of combined experience. They provide a variety of concrete products to the Warrensburg and Kansas City areas. The Talon team prides itself on the quality of its staff and the concrete they offer.

We Bet You Want Freaky Results Like Talon’s

Want to know what TTP can do for you and your business? Call our online marketing experts today at (816) 527-8371 for more information.

Freaky Results Report: Summit Skin & Vein Care

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As you know, our team is freaky about results. And we are proud to report that one of our prized clients, Summit Skin & Vein Care, is seeing some pretty amazing transformations as a result of their online marketing relationship with TTP.

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When examining first quarter this year and comparing it to first quarter last year:

  • phone calls have seen a 62% increase
  • organic traffic has increased by 46%
  • social traffic to their website has experienced a staggering 155% increase

About the Client

Summit Skin & Vein Care is located in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, and provides medical and aesthetic skin and vein treatments to the Kansas City metropolitan area. Their professionals want you to look and feel your best, and offer a variety of services, such as teeth whitening, varicose vein treatment and laser hair removal.

Want Freaky Results Like Summit Skin & Vein Care?

Call our online marketing experts today at (816) 527-8371 to connect with an online marketing team that is dedicated to results, not rankings.

 

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How Content & SEO Should Intersect

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You’ve done it.

You’ve crafted your unique take on a topic and stitched sentences together. Really good sentences. Sentences you’d like to print out and hang on your refrigerator.

You’ve revised and rewritten — you’ve weeded out the typos and the weak words and your post is awesome. 

Bad news, though. It’s not over.

Crafting great content is half the battle. The other half is making sure people find it, read it, and respond to the message that is delivered.

That’s where Search Engine Optimization — SEO — comes in.

Content may be king, but coronation can only happen with a little behind-the-scenes help from its faithful steward, SEO.

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Online Marketing & Pranks: The Perfect Pair

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This should come as a complete surprise to exactly nobody that has ever read a word about TTP: we like April Fools’ Day. And while we’re not about to reveal what we’ve got up our sleeves for our unsuspecting (okay, they’d be ridiculous not to expect something) employees, we will gladly reveal some of our favorite pranks that businesses have played on their coworkers and on the public. They are, in no particular order:

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Build Trust of Your Brand Through Content Creation

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The old saying in marketing and advertising goes, “content is king.” These days it seems as if many have decided to forego quality content in favor of other, newer marketing tactics, such as pay-per-click and search engine optimization. Now don’t get us wrong, those are also powerful tools, but all of them should work together to form an effective marketing campaign.

We’ve got some tips on content creation and why it is so valuable.

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What’s Killing Your Productivity?

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I’ve sat here all morning trying to come up with a compelling idea for a blog post. I’ve browsed the marketing and advertising magazines’ websites, I’ve looked at online news sources, I’ve even checked Facebook for trending topics. And I’ve gotten distracted.

“Oh, there’s an adorable puppy in Budweiser’s Super Bowl ad this year. Can’t wait to see that!”

“Bill Nye the Science Guy is still as awesome as he was when I was 10.”

“Yikes, that’s a huge storm heading to the East Coast. Ha, our high is 68 on Wednesday. Oh, what a cute profile picture; she looks great! Facial yoga? WTF is facial yoga?”

Soon, I’ve been sucked into the internet’s black hole and have to remind myself that I am, in fact, at work and was in the middle of doing research for, ya know, my job.

Workplace distractions are plentiful, especially when we all have constant access to the diversion machines known as computers, tablets and smartphones. While these devices are a necessary evil, they’re not the only problems preventing workers from doing their jobs.

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How to Win the Super Bowl

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No matter the outcome of the game this year, marketing will surely be a big winner, yet again. But the Super Bowl isn’t just for the big boys. Brands of all sizes can get it on the fun – and cash out along the way. You know your customers will be watching the game, so why not take advantage of a valuable marketing opportunity? We’ve got two quick tips for you to do just that.

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It’s Okay to be Friends with Coworkers (It’s Actually a Good Thing)

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If you’re fans of TTP on Facebook, you know that we like to have fun. We get freaky on Fridays, dress up for holidays and regularly go out to lunch with one another. And this past week, we’ve had two major office-takeover pranks that have lightened the mood and sent the writers on an intense investigation to find the perpetrators. For a lot of us, our coworkers are our friends. And to many, this is very important.

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