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In the world of web design, typography has a huge impact on user experience, affecting the readability of your text and the tone of your website. From a digital marketing perspective, your choice of typeface can change your customer’s perception of your company or organization. To improve the look and feel of your site, JumpSIX Marketing provides some tips to effectively utilize typography. Start with the Basics When you first choose typefaces for your website, start with a basic serif or sans-serif font for your body text. For years, sans-serif for the go-to for web design. With their simple, clean lines, sans-serifs are considered easier to read on screen than serifs, but recently, with improved monitor displays, serifs are finding their way onto the web. No matter what kind of font you choose, make sure that it is clearly readable on all devices. Create Contrast Once you’ve picked your body text, choose another font for headings and titles. To draw attention to key areas of the page, make sure this font choice contrasts your body text. Here’s your chance to really have some fun. Play with different font families, such as decorative and script fonts, and experiment with different sizes, weights, and colors. No matter what you pick, make sure your font choice reflects the mood and feel of your organization. Stick with a Limited Number Using too many fonts can make your website look cluttered and overwhelming. When you choose fonts, stick with a limited number. As a general rule of thumb, use at least two fonts but never use more than four. No matter how many you use, make sure that each font choice creates a sense of contrast. Using two fonts that are similar, like Helvetica and Arial, will only confuse the reader and make the website look inconsistent and sloppy. By sticking to a small number of contrasting fonts, you ensure your web design is clean, consistent, and effective. Limit Your Line Length In web design, line length is just as important as your choice of typeface. The longer your line length, the more difficult your site is to read. Line length can be a little difficult to figure out when you design for multiple devices, but as a general rule, aim for 50-75 characters a line for desktop and 30-40 characters a line for mobile devices. Web Design at JumpSIX Marketing Creating an innovative, visually-appealing, and user-friendly website can be difficult, but luckily the web design experts at JumpSIX Marketing are here to help. With experience working for a variety of clients in a range of industries, our web design team will work with you to create a beautiful website and develop your online presence. To learn more about our services, contact JumpSIX Marketing today.

Web Design: Typography Tips and Tricks

In the world of web design, typography has a huge impact on user experience, affecting the readability of your text and the tone of your website. From a digital marketing perspective, your choice of typeface can change your customer’s perception of your company or organization. To improve the look and feel of your site, JumpSIX Marketing provides some tips to effectively utilize typography.

Start with the Basics

When you first choose typefaces for your website, start with a basic serif or sans-serif font for your body text. For years, sans-serif for the go-to for web design. With their simple, clean lines, sans-serifs are considered easier to read on screen than serifs, but recently, with improved monitor displays, serifs are finding their way onto the web. No matter what kind of font you choose, make sure that it is clearly readable on all devices.

Create Contrast

Once you’ve picked your body text, choose another font for headings and titles. To draw attention to key areas of the page, make sure this font choice contrasts your body text. Here’s your chance to really have some fun. Play with different font families, such as decorative and script fonts, and experiment with different sizes, weights, and colors. No matter what you pick, make sure your font choice reflects the mood and feel of your organization.

Stick with a Limited Number

Using too many fonts can make your website look cluttered and overwhelming. When you choose fonts, stick with a limited number. As a general rule of thumb, use at least two fonts but never use more than four. No matter how many you use, make sure that each font choice creates a sense of contrast. Using two fonts that are similar, like Helvetica and Arial, will only confuse the reader and make the website look inconsistent and sloppy. By sticking to a small number of contrasting fonts, you ensure your web design is clean, consistent, and effective.

Limit Your Line Length

In web design, line length is just as important as your choice of typeface. The longer your line length, the more difficult your site is to read. Line length can be a little difficult to figure out when you design for multiple devices, but as a general rule, aim for 50-75 characters a line for desktop and 30-40 characters a line for mobile devices.

Web Design at JumpSIX Marketing

Creating an innovative, visually-appealing, and user-friendly website can be difficult, but luckily the web design experts at JumpSIX Marketing are here to help. With experience working for a variety of clients in a range of industries, our web design team will work with you to create a beautiful website and develop your online presence. To learn more about our services, contact JumpSIX Marketing today.

storytelling concept for digital marketing

What is Storytelling in Digital Marketing?

Content marketing is a significant component of digital marketing which entails the use of social media, videos, blogging, and more to build a brand’s personability and relatability. While some digital marketing entities enjoy arguing that content marketing is losing its value or that it is, in fact, dead, it remains a useful tool.

Many sources say now that “storytelling” has either killed or is replacing content marketing. But are the two really at odds? To begin, we’ll take a look at what really constitutes content marketing, what constitutes storytelling, and then we’ll discuss how each of them contributes to a comprehensive and meaningful digital marketing strategy.

Content Marketing

It would be very easy to become bogged down in tired debates over what truly constitutes “content marketing.” At its core are very simple principles that have become standard practice over time. Content marketing seeks to distribute material that is relevant and consistent to a given audience as a means to increase brand-customer engagement. Content marketing takes a somewhat slantways approach to digital marketing advertising in that it does not function in the direct way many of us understand from common advertisements which simply promote a product or brand name.

Content marketing is about creating deeper connections between customers and the ideas that brands inhabit. By producing and distributing materials such as authoritative blogs which affect a personal tone and social media posts which give inside looks at a company, brands don’t so much have to sell customers on products as simply make human connections.

Storytelling

So what is storytelling, the thing that may or may not be elbowing content marketing out of the competition? Storytelling is often used in a more holistic and abstract way than content marketing. It refers to the crafting of a brand narrative through content as well as through formal aspects of brand design such as web design, style (of typeface, of content), and more.

The general argument is that storytelling makes a brand more immersive to customers. By giving more consideration to visuals such as typeface, photography, and layout, a brand is better able to build a world of itself.

Are Content and Storytelling at Odds in Digital Marketing?

Sure, they may overlap a bit. But we’re not so sure they are mutually exclusive. Where storytelling establishes a brand narrative, content, intelligently and intentionally written, reinforces or expands that narrative.

This is how we practice content marketing at JumpSIX Marketing. By producing researched and lively content that aligns with your values and brand narrative, we help your company receive the recognition it deserves. Let us design a digital marketing strategy for you, and we’ll show you how content and storytelling align. Contact us today to learn more!

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Social Media Marketing and Pinterest

When making a social media marketing strategy, it’s easy to remember the big ones like Facebook and Twitter. The marketing tactics for these platforms are pretty well-known, but what about sites like Pinterest. Depending on your business, Pinterest could prove to be extremely useful. Let’s discuss some effective social media marketing techniques for Pinterest.

Visuals

Pinterest is an image-driven social media platform. Simply put, if you don’t have good visuals, you’re not going to get any interaction. That’s why it’s important to make sure your business lends itself to Pinterest before diving into a social media marketing strategy. For instance, law firms wouldn’t want to be on Pinterest – it’s not the right audience. But a bakery? That’s perfect. You can post pictures, recipes, and more. Attractive, striking pictures of your products will help to drive traffic and increase user interaction. Just make sure you have the proper dimensions. Typically, vertical pins at 2:3 or 1:3:5 aspect ratio look best, with a minimum resolution of 600 pixels.

Consistent Posting

As with any other social media platform, you need to be posting consistently to keep engagement and interest high. Don’t overdo it, as you don’t want to flood people’s feeds and annoy them, but well placed, consistent posting is definitely beneficial. A couple of times a day is a good starting point, and make sure to space them out so you hit as many users as possible. One in the early afternoon and one in the evening is usually a good rule of thumb for those new to Pinterest. Make posting easier by using a scheduling app, so you can schedule all of your posts in advance.

Engaging Material

Obviously, if the content of the post isn’t interesting, people will ignore it. But there are quite a few factors that make a Pinterest post more engaging. First, make sure your post isn’t too long. Your content needs to be readable and to the point. Also, make sure you use relevant hashtags to reach a bigger audience. You’ll also want to incorporate some keywords to make sure your social media marketing strategy has a point of focus. Finally, you’ll want to strike the right tone. If you have a prestige brand, you might want your posts to be a bit more sophisticated. Or, maybe you want your brand to be perceived as accessible and fun? You can use a more casual tone in this case.

Contact the Social Media Marketing Experts

It can be hard to juggle all the different social media platforms and implement separate strategies for each one. That’s why you should leave your social media marketing strategy to the professionals. JumpSIX Marketing uses proven methods and techniques to make your social media stand out from the competition. For more information on our social media or any of our digital marketing services, contact us today.

Web Design Details

Don’t Forget These Important Aspects of Web Design

If you’re not familiar with web design, it can be hard to get every aspect of it right. There are so many factors that go into a good website. That’s why it’s important to pay attention to the details. Getting these details right could be the difference between having a good website and having a great website. The last thing you want to do is alienate customers with a website that isn’t intuitive or accessible. Let’s go over some common web design aspects that people forget.

Image Size and Placement

A picture might be worth 1000 words, but if it’s sized incorrectly it will look out of place. If it’s too small, it won’t have the right impact. If it’s too big, parts of the picture might get cut off. Visuals make websites more digestible and readable for users but if the images aren’t used correctly, they can distract and take away from your website. Also, you have to consider if your image is conveying the right message and the way you want your brand to be perceived. All of these considerations need to be made when choosing, sizing, and placing images in your web design.

Responsiveness

Responsive web design ensures your website is fully functional and easy to use across platforms and screen sizes. Essentially, if someone shuts their laptop off and opens your website on their phone, the ease of their experience should be the same. The website should be oriented for their smaller screen in a way that’s just as aesthetically pleasing and user-friendly as your desktop site. In today’s extremely mobile-friendly world, it’s absolutely essential to have your website optimized for a mobile experience. A lack of responsive web design frustrates consumers and makes your website seem out of date.

Page Load Speed

Consumers expect their technology to be fast, so they expect their website to load fast too. If your pages are taking too long to load, a customer might simply close the browser and look elsewhere. High bounce rates aren’t the only thing you have to worry about with slow pages. Google has indicated that page speed plays a role in search rankings, so you could be negatively affecting your SEO too.

Let the Web Design Experts Help

All of this information can seem daunting if you’ve never built a website before. Truthfully, it is quite difficult to build an incredible website. That’s why you should trust the web design experts at JumpSIX Marketing with your website. We create intuitive, beautiful websites that are sure to impress potential customers. JumpSIX can take care of all your digital marketing needs. For more information, contact us today.

SEO evolution over time.

Changes in SEO Over Time

Previously, the JumpSIX Marketing blog covered the older aspects of digital marketing and digital advertising and how the various formats have evolved. But, as any good digital marketing professional should know, SEO isn’t quite the same as broader digital marketing. While it certainly comes under the umbrella of the term, SEO has its own set of rules that it functions by. It also has a slightly different developmental history. Today, we’re looking back at how the best practices we currently stick to when coming up with a robust SEO strategy have changed.

SEO Before Search Engines

Of course, the letters in “SEO” stand for Search Engine Optimization. This refers to adapting the content of a site, from bodies of text to pictures having the right alt-text and captions, in such a way that search engines like Google will prioritize them over others.

This means that your site will appear on the first page of search results, and closer to the top the better your content is. But the time “search engine” wasn’t exactly common parlance until the late 90s. Did they even exist before then? And did optimization do a site any good?

Yes and Yes

The first search engine was developed early on in the life of the internet as we currently know it. A university in Montreal was the home to an early search engine designed to search data archives, appropriately named Archie.

Following Archie the next year, at the University of Minnesota, was Gopher. Both of them searched for specific text, just like they still do.

How Did This Lead To Optimization?

As the 90s went on, the internet became more and more common in households and business all over the world. Competition between search engine programmers began to emerge, with a handful rising to the top towards the end of the decade: Google, Yahoo, Excite, Lycos and Ask Jeeves among them.

While this was going on, the optimization of content had also been developing. During the early part of the 90s, businesses began to see the benefit of using the internet to sell products, and content would become more akin to advertising pitches to entice customers, effectively acting as a very early form of SEO.

The more tech-savvy among content writers would include hyperlinks in their text, taking users to purchase pages or other relevant areas of their site, which is remains a key element of optimization even now.

As the aforementioned search providers looked for new ways to provide faster, more accurate results, they began to pick up on what content was the most effective, while those writing that content were noticing improved results themselves. This is a big factor in how SEO would go on to be mutually beneficial for both.

Defining Steps

One of the first major steps in cementing search engine optimization as a methodology all its own was the foundation of Multimedia Marketing Group, founded in 1994 but truly beginning to gain momentum in 1997.

As both search engine providers and content writers looked to benefit from each other, as well as vIe for the top spot in their respective fields, optimization was given the momentum to become what we know today.

JumpSIX Digital Optimization

Just like digital advertising as a whole, the history of SEO is extensive. This is the first entry on a general history of search engine optimization, and we’ll return in a future blog to look at exactly how search engines and content writers helped it grow, and the ways in which it changed the language of the internet.
Remember, the way in which search engines use and interpret keywords, anchor textS, and metatext and assess what constitutes high quality, authoritative content will continue to evolve, and you’ll need to stay ahead to succeed. Fortunately, you have JumpSIX Marketing to rely on not just for search engine optimization, but display advertising, search engine marketing, web design and much more. Contact our digital marketing team today.

Digital marketing and the early internet.

Then and Now: The Early Days of Digital Marketing (Part 1)

It’s easy to take almost every kind of digital marketing for granted these days, considering just how much there is out there. In fact, this is part of the reason you should use a professional digital marketing agency like JumpSIX Marketing to help you stand out from an endless sea of banner ads, pop-ups, in-stream video ads and all the other varieties of online advertisement out there.

For those who grew up with the internet as a part of daily life, it might be hard to imagine anything different than our current digital landscape. But, for those old enough to have seen the initial beginnings of the world wide web – the publically available internet that became what we’re familiar with now – you might remember things been pretty different.

The JumpSIX Marketing blog looks back on the earlier days of digital marketing, and how it adapted as the internet evolved.

Early Digital Marketing

We all know what banner ads look like. In fact, banner ads being so prevalent to this day is part of the challenge of making your brand stand out from all the others. Almost every website you visit will have banners at the top, bottom, and sides of the screen. But how long have banner ads been used?

Banners have actually been one of the mainstays of digital advertising since 1994. The banner appeared on HotWired, a digital offshoot of Wired, as a way to raise revenue to pay staff. Banner ads have endured as an advertising technique for so many years because, quite simply, they work.

While poorly designed or intrusive banners might be infuriating, banners designed to be informative, eye-catching and non-intrusive are still a major benefit to advertisers. At JumpSIX Marketing, banner ads are just one of a variety of ads we create for clients to use as part of a display advertising strategy.

Targeted Advertising

Initially, the majority of digital marketing functioned in a similar fashioned to print or TV advertising. Banners – and later pop ups – would be thrown out into the ether in the hopes of catching the attention of the right people.

As the internet became more prevalent, advertisers became more savvy and more switched on to just how beneficial digital advertising could be. Companies with a focus on online marketing began to form strategies for targeted advertising as early as 1995.

The following year saw developments in being able to measure whether the ads were actually reaching the right people, laying the foundation for the metrics that are used to measure digital marketing success today.

Pop-Up Pop Out

Those reading who are old enough to remember the emergence and popularity boom of the internet very likely remember the digital scourge of pop-up ads in the late 90s. As more advertisers struggled to find attention online, pop-ups became a quicker and easier way to make sure your ads were seen.

They also became one of the most hated forms of digital advertising, and even now are what many veteran internet users think of when they hear the term “intrusive advertising”. It didn’t take long for most web browsers to come equipped with an option to simply block all pop-ups by default, forcing advertisers to be more creative, and less annoying, with their campaigns.

The Future of Marketing Online

The history of digital marketing is dense, so we’ll be returning to this topic in a future blog to look at how the content and presentation of digital ads has changed, as well as how targeting has been further refined. In the meantime, it’s important to remember just how quickly much of this evolution has happened.

As the pace of changes in trends and tastes gets faster, so does the need to quickly react to shifts in demographics and audience interest to make sure you can hold the attention of potential customers. At JumpSIX Marketing, we use our digital insight to inform all of the work we do – from SEO and search engine marketing, to display advertising and web design. If you’re looking to keep on top of digital advertising changes, contact JumpSIX Marketing today.

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Effects of Voice Search on Search Engine Optimization

What makes work in digital marketing so exciting is the fast pace of developing digital technology. As voice-responsive apps such as Apple’s Siri, Microsoft’s Cortana, Amazon’s Alexa, and now Samsung’s Bixby, and devices like the Amazon Echo and the Google Home develop further, the way people input their search queries is changing. Today, the team at JumpSIX offers some insight into how voice search is affecting the field of search engine optimization.

The Query

On keyboards, users have learned to omit unnecessary function words that provide no context for the search query. This saves time for the person typing into a search bar, but it has also led us to develop a specific, clipped style of speech. Chances are that you’ve typed something like “Springfield weather” into a search bar. This search query really means “What’s the weather like in Springfield today?” but users know that they’ll get more or less the same results with the shorter phrase. When looking for showtimes, users can simply type the name of a theater and the showtimes will pop right up.

But few people using speech-responsive devices or apps will search this way. Rather, as the accuracy of voice recognition advances, the way people search is becoming more fluid and conversational. Conversational search queries take the long form, so something like “What movies are playing at the theater?” is becoming more the norm.

The Search Engine Optimization Solution

So what, right? Well, keywords for search engine optimization have long become adapted to using short, precise language. It’s possible to conceive, however, that as our voice technology becomes smarter, we’ll be able to ask more specific questions, changing the way we approach search engine optimization. For example, a user may be able to ask “Siri, I’m looking for a Thai restaurant with vegan options that is kid-friendly.”

From a search engine optimization standpoint, it could become useful to begin anticipating the real ways people talk and incorporating that phrasing into keywords. Business owners would start doing well to take note of how they interact with customers in person, paying specific attention to how people ask questions.

Another good approach for meeting the demands of conversational search queries on search engine optimization will be FAQ pages tailored to more regular speech patterns.

Search Engine Optimization at JumpSIX

The team at JumpSIX is always refreshing its best practices for search engine optimization to stay on the cutting edge of developing technologies and their impact on digital marketing. If you’re starting to notice less traffic for your business, give us a call. Our interest is in making sure your business thrives.

a digital marketing take on negative reviews

A Digital Marketing Standpoint on Dealing with Negative Online Reviews

The continued development of social media allows people to make their opinions known very easily. They can take to Facebook or popular review sites such as Yelp, Zomato, TripAdvisor, and others to let their friends know about a rough experience at a popular local spot.

The reviews users post on these websites can affect the search page ranking for your business, so even though you want to wish away the negatives, you’ll have to find a way to deal with them. From a digital marketing perspective, lowered rankings can dramatically reduce the traffic your business receives. While those sites do let businesses claim their own listings, they typically prohibit businesses from managing and editing their reviews.

Today, JumpSIX Marketing shares some quick digital marketing tips for helping you deal with the negatives before they begin to drag your business down.

Assess the Issue

When you first notice a particularly scathing review of your business, it’s likely that you will feel a little upset. This is normal. But, as anyone in digital marketing would warn, do not immediately start pounding away at the keyboard to let the reviewer know how wrong they are. We’ve seen this happen before, and it tends to go awry very quickly, especially when it is visible to the public in a comment thread. When you do notice a negative review, it’s best to let it sit for a while until you feel ready to calmly address the issue.

Address the Issue

When you’re cooled off and ready to deal with the situation, you have a number of options that can work to your benefit.

One thing you can do, advisable only if the review seems like spam, is to contact the review site itself and ask that they consider removing the review. If they decide that the review is unreasonable, threatening, or otherwise violates their terms of use, then they may remove the post.

When dealing with a reasonable but negative review, you can often choose to respond either privately or publicly. If you choose to respond publicly, you must remember that you will have more readers than the reviewer. You have an audience, and you’ll want to put on a good performance. Your company’s image is on display, so be courteous. Acknowledge the customer’s concerns, apologize, and offer a solution to the issue. Business owners offering to personally address the concerns or cover the cost of the poorly-reviewed service have many times seen the customer return to the review site to delete their negative review and offer up a new, positive one. This is a digital marketing win.

Be Proactive

Heading off the possibility for negative reviews is in your best interest. Of course, you likely can’t maintain a perfect record, but why not try? To encourage more positive reviews, ask for reviews on your website. If you own a restaurant, try setting up some table tents recommending that customers offer reviews.

Digital Marketing with JumpSIX

JumpSIX Marketing updates and maintains clients’ local listings as part of its digital marketing services. While we don’t handle your reviews, our SEO team will make sure that you’re ranking highly on search engine results pages, and we’ll be able to tell if you’re being harmed by bad reviews. Give us a call for help with your digital marketing today.

Digital Marketing and AMP Pages

Digital Marketing AMP

If you’ve ever searched for news on a particular topic or product, you’ve probably seen AMP pages. They’re the little boxes with headlines and a small lightning bolt logo beneath them. Chances are, these little boxes contained exactly what you were looking for when you started your search. So what are these AMP pages and how are they applied in Google? How do they apply to digital marketing? Let’s delve a little deeper.

What are AMPs?

First, let’s pin down exactly what an AMP page is. Google created AMPs, or accelerated mobile pages, to give mobile users a better search experience. These pages are designed to load almost instantaneously when you type in a search term. This allows mobile users to have much quicker access to the relevant and useful content they’re looking for. Why is this important? Well, mobile users will often abandon a website if it takes too long to load. The typical HTML website can take a significant amount of time to load on mobile devices when compared to an AMP page.

Who Should Use AMPs?

At first, AMPs were mostly used by online news outlets and articles, but it’s also great for e-commerce and products. On the digital marketing and sales side of AMPs, they are becoming an invaluable resource for conversion opportunities. When people are researching products to buy, speed in search and easy to interpret information plays a big role. AMPs are still a bit of a new platform in the sales space, but as Google continues to update them, they could become a huge digital marketing tool for products and services on mobile devices.

Is AMP a Big Part of SEO?

With all this information on AMPs, it’s a common concern as to whether it can affect your rankings on Google. The short answer is, yes and no. While AMPs don’t have a huge impact on your SEO, they can certainly work to help it. The more people who click on an AMP page for a certain search term, the more value Google places on that page, as long as there’s not a significant amount of bounces in tandem with the page visits. A relevant AMP page that leads to conversions will certainly be viewed as valuable to Google. So while AMPs aren’t essential for good SEO, they certainly don’t hurt. As Google constantly changes its parameters of what is relevant to users, this could easily change in the future.   

Trust JumpSIX with Your Digital Marketing Needs

Here at JumpSIX, we are constantly staying up to date on the latest and most effective digital marketing trends. As a business, you may be too busy to give the proper amount of attention to your web presence and digital marketing. That’s where we come in. We can take care of every aspect of your digital marketing from SEO to web design and everything in between. For more information, please contact us today or visit the JumpSIX Marketing website.  

SEO Can Help You Create Brand Identity

SEO Brand

When creating a good SEO strategy, it’s easy to get wrapped up in keyword research and your organic rankings, but it’s important to remember the content itself. When creating blogs and foundational pages for your website, you have the opportunity to create a consistent tone and voice for your brand. When people click on your brand in their Google search results, will the page they land on draw them in? A good SEO strategy gets you in the position to be clicked on; a great SEO strategy makes sure the customer wants to keep reading when they get to the page. Read on to learn more!

Find Your Tone

The tone is an important aspect of your page and blog content. Tone can be serious, playful, funny, casual, or whatever suits your business. Your tone can be based on the demographics you’re trying to reach. For instance, if you’re a financial advisement firm, you probably wouldn’t want a humorous, playful tone for your website. If people are planning on trusting you with their money, they’ll expect the website content to be professional and concise. On the flip side, if you have a website for a laser tag arena, you’ll want to have a fun and playful tone to reflect the fact that you’re a leisure activity company. Maintaining a consistent tone is essential to avoid giving your potential customers mixed messages about the ideals of your business.

Relevancy

Once you decide on the tone you’re going for, you can start creating the foundational pages for your website. When doing this, you’ll want to start using those SEO best practices to properly integrate keywords based on the page you make. This process is tricky because after doing extensive keyword research, you’ll want to make sure you’re utilizing your best keywords in the content.

You want customers to be able to click on your website after typing in the particular keyword and find exactly what they’re looking for. For example, if someone types in “personal injury lawyer,” and click on your company in Google, they’ll expect to be taken to a page that explains the company’s status as personal injury lawyer. They’ll also expect that page to succinctly state why that firm is the best one for them, and how they can be comfortable trusting that firm with their case. It would be bad if someone typed in “personal injury lawyer” and it took them to the page that talks about a different law service your firm offers.

Trust JumpSIX Marketing with Your SEO

Creating a comprehensive and effective SEO strategy can be extremely difficult if you’re not sure what you’re doing That’s where JumpSIX Marketing comes in. We are a digital marketing company with proven results. SEO is just one of many incredible services we offer to increase your digital presence and bring in more customers than ever. Contact us today for more information, or view the JumpSIX Marketing website.