Majestic Warrior is an internet marketing company that helps small to medium sized business grow their company in their niche and region.

Our online marketing programs help you establish a brand online, build your reputation and your social media presence all at the same time. These are all indicators to the major search engines that you are a legitimate business.

In today's search engine optimization environment, it is essential for your brand to build all the correct signals that will help you with the search engines, but also provide a good user experience.


Friday, June 23, 2017

Majestic Warrior Launches Water Damage Online Marketing Specialization

Majestic Warrior is pleased to announce our specialty and another core focus on water damage restoration online marketing. We have helped many water damage companies with lead generation, SEO, local SEO and social media marketing. Our team is experienced in building optimized and responsive water damage websites that are designed to convert more visitors into customers.

Water damage restoration companies can be excited as Majestic Warrior announces the launch of expert online marketing enhancement services. Doing online business requires loads of exposure and traffic, because prospective customers have many options to choose from when searching online to find a company. With the competition for Google Places as high as ever, it might be the right time to try out the services of Majestic Warrior including: SEO, website design, social marketing and reputation marketing services. The company is reportedly into the business of creating dynamic and unique websites which will amplify conversion of customers. The SEO services rendered by the company allows customers to dominate the search engines by creating a web content marketing strategy for Majestic Warrior’s clients. The social and brand marketing the company provides is designed to help customers not only acquire a strong online presence, but to also help the website reach a larger target audience. The Majestic Warrior website further breaks down the perks that come with patronizing the company, “our free report allows you find out what your customers are saying about you online, search top business directories to find errors & optimization issues and also discover how visible your business is online to potential customers”. Since 2011 the company has provided great results for clients in the water damage and fire damage industry. This announcement is sure to be met with optimism and a warm welcome by the home restoration industry. The company website offers a free service of analyzing and providing website reports on the summary of online reputation and visibility. For special inquiries, get in touch with the company by phone or email. Visit the company’s website to learn more about the services offered and obtain a free reputation report of your website. The original press release can be found by visiting http://marketersmedia.com/majestic-warrior-launches-restoration-online-marketing-specialization/207262
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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Majestic Warrior Launches New Utah Based branch

Majestic Warrior has now launched online marketing services to local businesses in Utah. Our team is excited for the opportunity to help these small to medium sized businesses obtain results from their online marketing campaigns.

SEO, website design and social & brand marketing services that work.

Majestic Warrior announces new digital marketing agency branch launch in Utah. Improvements and expansions are the most prominent signs of a thriving business. Majestic Warrior follows the norm by opening a brand-new branch in Utah to deliver high quality digital marketing services. The Utah agency will reportedly deliver on the following services: web design, search engine optimization (SEO) services, search engine marketing services (aka PPC/SEM), social media marketing and reputation management. These days, businesses have to own dynamic websites to help the professional outlook of the organization. Having a professional look and proper optimization of SEO, PPC or social media campaigns is a solution that can benefit small businesses in Utah. The SEO, PPC and SEM services offered by the Utah based Majestic Warrior agency is geared towards promoting web content to the eyes of potential customers where they can see and patronize the services and products being advertised. The company backs up its commitment to prospective clients with the statement off the website, “You can depend on Majestic Warrior for the wide array of online needs your business may have. In a world that is increasingly reliant on technology, you need to have experienced and skilled professionals on your side to make sure you have a strong online presence. You need to be where your customers are looking and searching for the services and products you offer. As a digital marketing company in Utah, you can leverage our experience in order to help your business grow and obtain new customers”. For special inquiries, get in touch with Majestic Warrior today. Visit the company’s website to learn more about the services offered and obtain a free reputation report. To get tips and advice about online marketing, check out the company’s blog to learn more. Original Press Release found published on http://marketersmedia.com/majestic-warrior-launches-new-utah-based-branch/207261
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Wednesday, May 31, 2017

The Ultimate List Of Local Search Citations You Will Need

Why Citations Are Important to Rank in Local Maps Citations are important and crucial in order to help you with your local SEO and local rankings online. These listings (aka citations) play an important role in your online marketing. Being listed on many major citations help your business in several ways:
  1. Gain authoritative backlinks
  2. Get traffic from these citation sources
  3. Help you rank in the major search engine Maps (Google Places, Bing Maps, Yahoo Maps)
  4. Help you get more customers, directly from the listing and indirectly from Maps Rankings
You may know how to find these citations and you may have built some of them on your own, but you need to make sure they are optimized well and include all available elements they allow. It is also important to keep adding new citations and know how many citations you need to stay ahead of your competitors. You also want to find niche related listings (which are more powerful as they are niche related) and hyper local citations. Hyper local citations are location specific to your area. For example in Arizona we have a local directory called Local First Arizona, which is considered a hyper local directory and these can be a very powerful listing source. We mainly provide services in the US so most of our listings/citations are going to be focused on US businesses. Since online marketing changes and evolves, we will try to keep this list updated and ongoing. Some really good finds of online citations/social profiles do not always continue and end their services, so it is important to us to keep this updated. You also want to look into getting included in Data Aggregators, as these can help you get listed and found automatically on other citation sources. So they are important to include, but are not necessarily listings or citations. The first section is going to be general citations and we will be providing industry specific citations. Some of the industry specific listings can be overlapping to our general list. We will also be adding more to our industry specific citations as we are only including a handful of industries on the original post. You can also make a copy of the list or download the list from our drive file. On the file there are multiple tabs at the bottom of the spreadsheet. There are so many sources available, we probably have missed some, if you think we have missed some please let us know so we can add them to the list. If you are busy running your company and want an expert team to handle this process for you, get in touch with us today. This is a part of our local SEO strategy and we build links to these citations to increase their power, authority and trust. Besides our citation building campaign, we use other additional strategies to help your business get found on Google Maps. There are many citations on our list we use as examples of how you should build and fill out your listings.

Color Codes

  • Black  = Free
  • Red = Paid 
  • Green  = Most Important
  • Blue = Social Profiles
 

Important Data Aggregators

Acxiom Express Update Factual Neustar Localeze  

General Citation List

247OnlineNetwork.com 10 SEOs 2FindLocal.com 4 Shared 6QubeDirectory.com Abi Find Abi Logic ABLocal.com About Us Advice Local AGreaterTown.com Akama.com Alignable AllPages.com AlltheLocal.com Angel List Angie's List Apple Maps Art Might B2BYellowPages.com Bark BBB Best Brands Worldwide Best Web Firms BigwigBiz.com BingPlaces.com Birectory.com BizDays BizHwy.com BizJournals.com BizVotes.com Bizyhood.com Brand Yourself Branded.me Brownbook CBSYellowPages.com ChamberofCommerce.com Check My Review Cherrp.com City Insider City-Data.com CityFos.com CitySearch CitySlick CitySquares CityVoter Click Blue CMAC.ws Connect.Data.com CornerstonesWorld.com Corporationwiki.com Cortera.com Craigslist.org Credibility Crowd Reviews Cylex-Usa.com Dex Media DigaBusiness.com DirectoryCentral.com DirectoryM.net (AKA nSphere) Discover Our Town Disqus dnb.com Dwell eBusinessPages.com eLocal.com eLocalFinder.com ExpressBusinessDirectory.com EZ Local Facebook Find the Best Find The Company Flip Board Fold3 Forlocations Foursquare Fyple.com Get Fave Google Places Google Plus Gravatar here.com Home Advisor Hotfrog Hours Info Houzz I Global iBegin.com Identy Me iDirectory.com Infignos Informative InfoUSA InsiderPages Instagrahm Intently Inter800.com Jayde.com Judy's Book JustDial.com Kanoodle KiwiBox Klout Kudzu La Cartes LinkedIn List-Company Local 6qube Local Roll Call Local.BOTW.org Local.com LocalCensus.com LocalDatabase.com LocalGuides.com LocalPages.com LocalStack.com Look Up Page Lookooh.com Magic Yellow Majon.com MakeitLocal.com Manta Manttus Map Creator MapQuest/Yext Master Moz Medium Meet Up Merchant Circle Mister What MojoPages Moz My Huckleberry My Sheriff MyCityBusiness.net MyHuckleberry.com MyLocally MyLocalServices.com MyWebYellow.com n49.com NetHulk.com Nexport.com Opendi Opentable.com Patch.com Pearl Trees PegasusDirectory.com PennySaver Picasa Web Pinboard Pinbud Polyvore Powerprofiles.com PremiumPages.net Primeplace.Nokia.com Profile Index Punch Bowl RadarFrog.GateHouseMedia.com RateItAll.com Recommended Company SalesSpider.com SeekItLocal.com ShopCity.com ShowMeLocal Slide Share SmartGuy.com Social Media Today SocialRaves.com SocialStreets.com SoMuch.com Start Up Nation Store Board Strikingly Superpages.com switchboard.com Tackk TeleAtlas Thing Link Thumbtack Top SEOs Topix.com (powered by Yext) TripAdvisor TrueYellow.com Trulia Trust Link Tumblr.com Tupalo.com Tuugo.us Tyloon.com UID.me USBDN.com UsCity USDirectory.com VieSearch ViewPoints.com Wampit Wand.com WherezIt.com Whitepages WhoFish.org Wordpress.com Yahoo! Yalwa.com yasabe.com Yellowbook Yellowbot Yellowee Yellowise.com YellowOne.com yellowpagecity.com YellowPagesGoesGreen.org YelloYello.com Yelp Yippie.biz YP.com ZipHip.com ZipLocal.com Zomato.com ZoomInfo.com  

Citation Lists by Profession (More Will Be Added)

Attorneys Specific Citations

AllLaw American Institute Of Legal Counsel American Lawyer Referral Attorney Directory Attorney Help Attorney Pages Attorneys Web List Attorneys.LawInfo Attorneys.org Avvo Bankruptcy Attorney Directory Bankruptcy-Attorney.com BestLawyers.com Center for Legal Solution Find a Personal Injury Attorney Find Law HG.org JUSTIA Justice Finder Law Link Law Research Law.net LAWGURU LawLink LAWQA Lawyer Central Lawyer.com Lawyers.com Lead Counsel LegalAdvice.com LEGALDOCS Lexis Nexis Martindale More Law Nolo State Lawyers Super Lawyers Us Legal Wallet Hub Your Local State Bar  

Web Design Specific Citations

10 SEOs 500Px Behance Best Web Firms Clutch Crayon Design Agency Design Directory Design Firms DesignDir.net DesignerListings.org Designers-City DesignFirms.org Dexigner Ello Ez Find Web Design Freelance Designers Git Hub Graphis My Folio Online Designer Directory Professional Web Design Directory Slide Share Stage 32 The Best Design The Web Design Market The Web Design Network Top Design Directory Top Design Firms United States Web Design Directory UpCity Web Design Finders Web Designers By State Web Professional Which Web Design Company  

Hyper Local Citations by State (More Will Be Added)

Arizona

BBB Ethical AZ jeffersonpark.net/members.asp Local First AZ phoenixarizonabusinesses.net phoenixbusinesslist.com phoenixchamber.com phoenix-city-directory.com shopinphoenix.com socialnetworkarizona.com thinksmallbizaz.com
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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Make A Wish Thank You And Shout Out

Thank You Very Much to All Who Contributed To Make This Happen


A wish is a hope for something that is not easily attainable; to want something that cannot or probably will not happen. Not many people get a wish granted in their lifetime but our son was chosen to have his wish granted. Our son Cameron has uncontrolled seizures, autism, developmental delays, chromosome deletions and is non-verbal. He is one of the happiest children you will ever meet especially considering all he has gone through. He is not able to control his body but one thing he can control and loves is watching clips of his favorite movies on you tube. For the last ten years Finding Nemo and Toy Story have been in the top favorites. His other love is being in the water, even learning how to swim before he could walk. So when we were asked what we thought his wish would be if he could speak it was easy. Cameron’s wish would be to “Find Nemo”. So with the help of Make A Wish Arizona and their staff Danica, Marissa and Dana we set off on a journey to “Find Nemo”.  We went to Orlando, Fl and stayed at Give Kids The World Village. Everything was taken care of and set up by Make A Wish Arizona just for us. Thank you Danica, Marissa and Dana so much for your hard work getting to know Cameron and making his wish come true.
Our sendoff party was at The World Wildlife Zoo ending with dinner at Dillon’s BBQ in Litchfield Park, AZ. We had a great time with train rides at The World Wildlife ZOO, seeing the many animals and even getting to touch an ostrich egg. We ended our evening getting to walk through the aquariums where we got see many species of fish and even feed the stingrays. Afterwards we walked over to Dillon’s were we enjoyed a delicious dinner with seats that made us feel like we were eating underwater. Thank you World Wildlife Zoo and Dillon’s for making our send off party a huge success!
A few days later we were off to Kissimmee, Fl to embark on our adventure. We were picked up by a limo, which the kids absolutely loved, even the adults. When we got to the airport the Southwest Airlines representatives were waiting for us, helped us with our luggage and walked us all the way up to the gate. Cameron being medically complicated required us to have an entire carryon bag dedicated to his medications and other medical needs. We were pleasantly shocked and surprised with how easy and seamless the staff from TSA and SkyHarbor made the process of getting through security. Being nervous as to how Cameron was going to do on the plane this was a big relief, the last hurdle we had to overcome before the plane ride.
This was Cameron’s first time on a plane which included a trip to the cockpit and getting to meet and even sit in the pilot’s chair. He did surprisingly amazing. When we arrived in Florida we were greeted by staff from Give Kids the World Village and family that lives there. The staff escorted us to our car rental and made sure we had all we needed to be able to find our new home away from home for the next several days. When we arrived at the village our villa was decked out in Finding Nemo decorations including seaweed, wall decals throughout, a Nemo wall clock and other Nemo goodies. The staff went above and beyond. Thank you for giving us first class treatment!

Give Kids The World

Friends of ours who are Alumni said how they wish they spent more time at Give Kids The World when they stayed there so we decided our first day we would just stay and enjoy all they have to offer. There were so many things to do at Give Kids the World Village the day just flew by! The day was great and relaxing with lots of ice cream, tattoos, swimming, arcade games, carousel rides, petting a sleuth, celebrating Halloween and meeting Disney characters. This is just to mention a few of the things we did without even getting in a car. Did I mention ice cream available at 7:30am? Our villa was a perfect fit for our needs and the village had anything we could hope for. We were so spoiled and it was great! Every night was a new theme with decorations filling the village and goodies dropped off each morning for the children. For the first time in our lives as a family we were able to let down our guard and didn’t have to explain or apologize for holding up the line or feel like we were inconveniencing other attraction visitors. We were with a group of our peers all of whom were in some sort of similar situation. The staff members were so kind, understanding and helpful. They not only interacted with the kids but went out of their way to make sure the parents were relaxing and being taken care of too. We want to thank the staff, volunteers and sponsors that donate to Give Kids the World for all their hard work in making each family’s stay truly magical.

Epcot

Tuesday we had a few delays as Aurora got sick and Cameron had some tummy issues in the morning. We got a very late start to the day ending up at Epcot Center late in the afternoon to go to “The Seas with Nemo & Friends”. We found out quickly that we were not at Give Kids the World Village. I guess at some point we had to go back into the real world. We made the mistake of going to our first park at the end of the day when other people who had been at parks all day were showing signs of wear. On top of 2 kids not feeling good and some grumpy attraction seekers around us, it made the Epcot visit a little challenging. We did enjoy “The Seas with Nemo” once we made it inside and we were successful in finding Nemo! There is a lot to see and do at Epcot, but with it already being the evening and trying to give plenty of time to the areas that interest Cameron, we did not get to venture around Epcot.

Discovery Cove

Wednesday we decided to make it a low key morning and let the kids go horseback riding at Give Kids The World. Cameron had been having rough mornings with nausea, but once we got past it, we had an amazing day at Discovery Cove. This place was an awesome adventure, we are so glad we got to go to. Attendance is capped at 1300 people in the park each day, so it is not as crowded as other parks. The staff and environment had a similar feeling to Give Kids The World, so friendly and personable which we thoroughly enjoyed. With so much to see and do we quickly got acclimated with the layout and set out exploring. Having limitations on the activities we can all do as a group we broke into smaller groups. My middle son and wife decided to do the SeaVenture which was spectacular. While they were walking with the fish, one of the park managers realized we were a “Make A Wish” family and set up a private meet and greet for us with some of the parks sea creatures since Cameron and our youngest daughter were not able to participate in the SeaVenture. We all enjoyed the meet and greet where we were able to touch, feed and learn about some of the sea life. Having so much fun we didn’t realize the time and ended up missing lunch. As we were standing around confused trying to figure out where to get something to eat we asked a passing kitchen staff member for recommendations. After disappearing for a few moments he came out with one of the chefs who said ”What do you like? Let me see what I can whip up for you guys”. She and another staff member, after a short period of time, came out with several plates of delicious food that they were able to prepare for us. The way we were treated was completely unexpected and truly awesome.
Cameron loved swimming in the water at Discovery Cove! We almost forgot just how much he enjoys visiting the beach and this is the closest he has been to one in over 3 years because of health issues. He ran right in all smiles. Besides the beach another favorite was the river. We all loved floating down it together. We had a great time at Discovery Cove and it was one of the best park days we had. Thank you to the staff members at Discovery Cove for making it a day to remember and going out of your way to take care of us. If we make it back to Orlando, FL for another vacation, you are on our list to visit again as Cameron loved our day at Discovery Cove.

Animal Kingdom & Art of Animation Resort

Thursday we were off to a running start trying to make the most of our time as the week was coming to an end. We decided to visit Animal Kingdom before going swimming and finding Nemo at the Art of Animation Resort. We had a great time at Animal Kingdom. The kids really enjoyed seeing the “Its Tough to Be a Bug” show, going on rides, collecting penny press coins and trading Pins with staff members. Dana our Wish Coordinator with Make A Wish Arizona worked magic and made arrangements with Joe, the recreations manager, at Art of Animation Resort for us to come swim in their Nemo pool that afternoon. This gave us, of course, another attempt to “Find Nemo”. Upon arriving at the resort we met with Joe and were blown away on how accommodating the staff members were at “The Art of Animation”. As we were getting ready, they gave us goggles, swim toys, towels, souvenirs cups and set us up for the rest of our evening inviting us to dinner and join any of the activities the resort had to offer. After getting all situated with anything we could need several of the staff members/life guards came and jumped in the pool with us to play. Everyone had a blast!!! Before turning into fish ourselves we toweled off and went to make some tie die Mickey shirts under the watchful supervision of seagulls randomly calling out Mine! Mine! Mine! Of course Cameron’s was Nemo colored. We all enjoyed our visit to the Art of Animation Resort. Everyone went above and beyond what we expected; after all we were just hoping to swim in the pool. This is a beautiful hotel and the Nemo inspired pool with giant set pieces of the movies favorite characters were a sight to see. We are so thankful they let us come and swim for the afternoon. After all how could you be on a quest to find Nemo and not stop at The Art of Animation Resort. Not only did we find Nemo but we found all his friendstoo. A special bonus we got to see the ocean through Nemo’s eyes being that everything was proportioned in size as how Nemo saw it. Thanks again for a fun afternoon and evening. This would be a great place to stay with lots of entertainment and things to do.

Magic Kingdom & SeaWorld

On our last day to “Find Nemo” we gave it our all. Besides loving Nemo Cameron also loves Toy Story so we decided to go to The Magic Kingdom. It was a bit chilly that morning but we decided to take the ferry over to the Magic Kingdom. We were glad we had a Nemo hat that Michelle with Snuggle Me Crochet made just for Cameron before our trip. It was so cold we talked about finding sweatshirts to snuggle with. Before we could make it into a store to get them it already started to warm up so off we went to explore the Magic Kingdom. It was a fun adventure as we tried to navigate our way around going on rides along the way. After trading more pins, getting some pirate paraphernalia and grub we found our way over to the Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin. We even had a pleasant run in with one of the lifeguards we got to swim with at the Art of Animation Resort earlier in the week getting off the ride. Mid way through the day we decided to take a break and go to SeaWorld for a few hours where we got to spend time with some of our family that we haven’t gotten to see in a while.  The kids loved the rides, games, playground and spending time with their cousin. And as you probably have already guessed we found Nemo again. After a tearful goodbye we decided to brave the crowds again at Magic Kingdom to see some princesses and fireworks. The firework show was spectacular; all the kids had this look of awe and wonder on their faces. It was a little crowded of course, but we were glad we got to see it. After the fireworks we decided to see a few more attractions and visit the princesses for our daughter. With everyone tired and the clock being close to midnight, which was later than we saw all week, we all felt like we were about to turn into pumpkins and it was time to go home.

Before leaving Give Kids The World Saturday, we went to find Cameron’s star in The Castle of Miracles that Stellar the Star Fairy hung the night before in the tower. We also visited the Pillow Tree which grew three pillows for the kids to take home with us. Of course we also had to stop for ice cream again, ride the carousel a few times and visit a few other favorite places before we left. We had an amazing time with many wonderful memories and were sad to go home. We were able to find Nemo in quite a few places as he seems to have figured out how to travel across land as well as the ocean. Cameron may not be able to tell us with words how much he enjoyed this special trip but his smiles, extra kisses and singing shouted volumes. He also had record low seizures while we were in Florida including a day that he was seizure free during the day which I don’t remember happening before. The whole experience was priceless! Give Kids The World Village is such a special place. We know we can’t come back and stay, but if this ever opened up as an option, we would save up and love to come back and stay there. Everyone there understood each family’s special needs and really went the extra mile to make it relaxing and enjoyable. We were able to take home the decals off the walls of our villa from our stay at Give Kids The World. Cameron now sleeps with the fishes as he has a submarine view of Nemo and his friends. It took us a little while to put all the decals up, but they look as great in his room as they did in our villa! Again we want to thank Make A Wish Arizona for making this happen! We want to thank all the sponsors, contributors and volunteers that made our trip possible. This was truly an incredible experience that far surpassed anything we could have imagined. We are so grateful to receive such a blessing. A huge thanks to everyone involved for an amazing time!  Everyone was awesome to work with and helped make this a dream vacation we will never forget.
Thank you again from the Adams Family and Majestic Warrior, we had an amazing adventure.
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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Majestic Warrior Launches Pawn Shop Marketing Business Specialization

The team at Majestic Warrior is making it a priority to specialize in certain industries and provide these niches the best resources available to help with their online marketing efforts.

Majestic Warrior offers their knowledge and experience in pawn shop marketing to businesses in the U.S.. The Phoenix-based firm has the expertise to assist others with setting up and optimizing pawn shop businesses. Majestic Warrior and Shannon Adams are pleased to announce that their services include skilled marketing for businesses interested in launching a pawn shop business. On the website, there are multiple specific ways for pawnshops to maximize social media marketing. Pawn shops may accept a wide variety of items, including everything from property titles to video games. The expansion of the market is also due to a wider positive view due to television reality shows and the images of products which are available. The expertise of the professionals at Majestic Warrior is utilized in their presentation of suitable techniques to expand the visibility of pawnshops. Some of the specific methods which are given include a constant flow of photos of items for sale and items which can be pawned; targeted social media ads; rewarding likes and shares on social media; and mini games. Active online methods for pawnshops can also create a buzz through the use of one-day deals, sales or actions. An active social media page may include responding to inquiries from interested parties. A timely response to user questions is critical. Choosing one day weekly to post vintage items online can enhance customer response. Users of the website and social media outlets also like to see success stories. People in need of short term loans or cash for unwanted items can find solutions in a nearby pawn shop. According to a representative from Majestic Warrior, “We can work with you and help you achieve success from your SEO and social media. We offer a variety of pawn shop local SEO packages to businesses, including the posting of blogs and content marketing. The methods used by the pros include web design, local search engine optimization, Google Places optimization for Pawn Shops and Search Engine Marketing (PPC). We specialize in pawn shop digital marketing.” For more information, visit the web pages at http://pawnshop.majesticwarrior.net or http://www.majesticwarrior.net/online-marketing-services. First seen published on Press Advantage
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Majestic Warrior Launches Lawyer Digital Marketing Website And Business

Phoenix-based Majestic Warrior offers quality legal marketing services online and locally. The team specializes in lawyer digital marketing with a range of services.
Majestic Warrior is pleased to announce the establishment of a new business and website dedicated to legal marketing. The firm specializes in lawyer digital marketing, which includes services of web design, local search engine optimization, Google Places optimization for attorneys and search engine marketing (PPC). The firm offers more than just a typical digital agency services. The knowledgeable and experienced team at the company provides legal digital marketing help. The services provided by the legal marketing specialists will make the client’s practice stand out over the competition. The Majestic Warrior team specializes in several legal focus areas. These include DUI attorney marketing, criminal lawyer marketing, divorce legal marketing and personal injury attorney marketing practices. Real estate lawyers and family law practices can also receive assistance with marketing of their services and websites. The team has the knowledge to handle digital marketing in order to reach a target audience in the local market. Search engine optimization methods are geared toward converting website traffic into new clients. Majestic has helped many attorneys with creating a great website that has call to actions and is full of great content. The professionals provide local SEO, maps optimization and social media marketing for local legal practices. Attorneys require websites which are aesthetically pleasing, presentable, professional, filled with valuable information and can be easily navigated. In addition to search engine optimization and website design, the team at Majestic Warrior offers experienced social media experts that posts weekly or daily to social media channels to increase the client’s exposure through social media channels. Modern business practices need brands to establish a strong online presence. The brands give them an edge over the competition, strengthen the brand enhance the number of clients over time. The Majestic team is able to increase the presence on the Web to bring clients to the legal firm. For additional information about the team, visit the web pages at http://lawyermarketing.majesticwarrior.net/ or http://www.majesticwarrior.net/locations/ Originally seen published on http://marketersmedia.com/majestic-warrior-launches-lawyer-digital-marketing-website-and-business/179497
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Monday, January 30, 2017

Majestic Warrior’s Shield Wall SEO

Why Choose Majestic Warrior For Your SEO Campaign?

This is not necessarily a new process, but we use an improved concept of this principal that enables a stronger build of your online brand and enables content syndication across many different platforms. The purpose of the shield wall is to protect your main website and enhance your content marketing efforts in order to give a boost to your overall brand, social presence and traffic.
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The “Shield Wall” has been used throughout history as a war tactic and strategy to protect the most important asset, you and your fellow warriors. We use this same strategy, but we are protecting your main website.
Shield Wall is a tactic which was used mainly when the enemy archers shot a volley straight at the Phalanx formation. All units would lock their shields close together, so that the arrows would either be stopped or deflected. A Shield Wall can also be used when there is a sudden attack from the enemy heavy cavalry. Definition found on Quora, read more here.
This strategy has been used for several years and has had many different names. Some have called it FireWall SEO, some like SemanticMastery have called it IFTTT branded networks. There are many ways to build this network of branded properties, but it is how you use them and properly set them up to enhance your website rankings and traffic getting efforts. This creates a foundation for your SEO campaign with us and then we build upon this foundation to make it stronger and stronger. We handle the graphics, account setup and maintenance through our SEO programs.

Some of the properties on the core build are:

  • Blogspot
  • WordPress
  • Tumblr
  • Twitter
  • YouTube
  • Press Release (Part of our Content Marketing campaigns)
We actually use about 25 high domain authority properties on the initial core build of your Shield Wall SEO campaign. Once this is finished we release a newsworthy press release about your company that builds a lot more diversity into your branded network and website.
After the initial core build, we continue to grow this Shield Wall Network into a larger base of referring websites that increases your websites authority and brand at the same time. As we are building new properties, we are increasing the relevancy and trust of your core build.
All new content added is used to help grow the different silos of your business. It is also used to target specific keyword phrases your customers will be searching online in order to find your products or services.
We use this process with clients that hire us for:
Get in touch with us and find out how our Shield Wall SEO can help your business grow and obtain more customers from your online marketing.
Majestic Warrior
18631 N 19th Ave #158
Phoenix, Az 85027
(888) 717-6864


Monday, January 9, 2017

Setting Up Your Metadata For Optimal Online Success

What is Metadata and How Does it Apply to Your Website?

Metadata, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is data that describes other data. As vague as it sounds, when it comes to the Internet, it's anything but. Throughout the Web, metadata is used to describe individual pages on a websites, allowing search engines to understand what each page portrays. Originally seen published on Yola at https://www.yola.com/blog/3-key-tips-to-adding-in-your-sites-metadata/
Metadata has been used on websites for years and this key information is used to tell the search engine spiders what your content is about. Each and every page of your website has metadata and it is important to understand the key elements and what they are used for. You also need to know what the most important components are in the data, how they are used and what you need to avoid to make sure you are using this information to best represent each page on your website. Google as a whole ranks web pages not websites, this is why each page of your website needs to be structured properly to attract the search engines and potential customers. It is an art to be able to do both and remember conversions. Your website authority and trust of your overall website plays a factor in how well a page performs, but the algorithm is designed to rank pages of your website based on different elements (We will discuss this more later and how your overall website trust and authority affects pages on your website). The best way to optimize the page and your website is to discuss 1 topic on a page.  

What are the meta data Elements of a Page?

  • Title Tag - This is the title of the page and tells google what your page is about. The title tag should be 60 characters or less and have your most important keywords in the very beginning of the page. For example: on our affordable website design page, our title tag is Web Design Services Phoenix - Website Development | MajesticWarrior. This title tag is 67 characters because of the brand added on at the end. We are ok with this because the main targeted title of the page is within the 60 character limit. The actual code will look something like: “< title > This is the Page Title < /title >” when viewing the source code of a web page.
  • Header Tags - There are H1, H2, H3, H4, H5 and H6 Header tags that are allowed on each page. You do not want more than 1 H1 tag and H2 tags are used to clearly define a separate sub category. H3 tags are used for sub categories under the H2. Keep in mind that you want to make sure the page is talking about the same thing. Below you will find a good example of using an H2 tag and an H3 tag, where both are talking about the same topic, but the H3 is a sub topic of the main topic.
    • An example could look something like this:
    • H2 - Are You Looking for an SEO Company?
    • H3 - We are Local SEO Experts
    • H4 - Citation Building Helps you with your local seo
  • Meta Description - The meta description is one to two sentences telling potential prospects and the search engines what your page is about. You can even use this to help sell your company and why choose you over your competition. Well crafted page descriptions help you with your online marketing efforts. Based upon the search that was performed by the end user, Google's search engine may also pull in a different description from your content that it thinks is more relevant to the search. The actual code will look something like: < meta name =”description” content = “This is where the description data will be located” / >  when viewing the source code of the web page.
  • Meta Keywords - Meta keywords are no longer used by Google, but are used by Bing and Yahoo. So they can still have some warrant on why to use them. You need to use these sparingly as they can affect your keyword density of the page. You do not want to stuff the keywords section full of your keywords that apply to the page. This can have a negative impact on Google search results, but help with other major search engines. Google represents about 65% of all searches online. The actual code will look something like <meta name="keywords" content="META Tags, Tips, Metadata Elements">
  • Alt Tags - Alt tags are used to tag an image. Google spiders can not read images and therefore depend on alt tags, caption tags and the description of the image. This helps the search engines understand what the image is and what it portraying. You want to use good images that are relevant and demonstrate what you are talking about.
    • ***You can go one step farther on .jpg images and add metadata to the images themselves. On any .jpg image you can right click and at the bottom the menu that pulls up there is a properties button. Click this and it brings up the properties of the image. Then click on details and here you can add a title, subject, rating, tags and comments. The comments can be used to describe the image, but you can also tag the image your NAP info as well along with your website under the NAP info. If the image gets downloaded and used, it can point citations back to your website also known as co-citations. After you have done this you can also Geo Tag the image as well. There is a lot that can be done to an image to help your SEO campaign.
  • Schema Markup - Schema markup is code (semantic vocabulary) that you put on your website to help the search engines return more informative results for users. If you've ever used rich snippets, you'll understand exactly what schema markup is all about. One of the latest evolution's in SEO is called schema markup. This new form of optimization is one of the most powerful, but least-utilized forms of SEO available today. Once you grasp the concept and method of schema markup, you can boost your website in the search engine result pages (SERPs). Defined from https://blog.kissmetrics.com/get-started-using-schema/
We use a Wordpress plugin called Project Supremacy V2. This is a free 14 day free trial to see how it works and how it can help your website. (This is an affiliate link) This plugin helps insert JSON Schema structured data markup into your website very easily with your name, address, phone number (NAP info) and related brand properties. This is a code that structures the data in a way that makes it easier for the search engines to determine what the page is about. It can also help you with your on page optimization and geo tagging images. This plugin is a must for most websites and it is very robust. It can help with local business sites, affiliate, eCommerce, blogging etc. Every website can benefit from structured data.    

Some Key points to remember about Metadata:

1. When used effectively Metadata can have a significant impact on a page ranking better for targeted Keywords. 2. A well-crafted Title and Description can help motivate searchers to click through to your website. 3. Missing or incomplete Metadata can limit search engines and prevents pages from ranking. 4. Clicks to your web page are more important that just showing up in the search results (impressions) so write compelling Title and Descriptions 5. Create unique Titles and Descriptions for all pages. It’s worth it to take the time to do it right and create engaging and informative Titles and Descriptions. After taking the time to create the content on the page make the extra effort to help potential visitors find your content. This was first seen published on Sitepoint at https://www.sitepoint.com/meta-tags-html-basics-best-practices/
 

Additional Key Points - Things to Watch Out For

There has been a lot of analysis and studies done on proper Title tag, URL structure and H1 Tag and its ranking performance in Google. There is a mixed response on whether you should have these be the same or different. One of the easiest things to do is over optimize a page on your website. When you think about it, if you are targeting blue widgets and your domain is bluewidgetsexpress(dot)com and you create an internal page that is bluewidgetsexpress(dot)com/blue-widget-reviews/ or bluewidgetsexpress(dot)com/best-blue-widgets/ this is having the keywords in the URL structure 2 times. Then the title tag would also be something like Best Blue Widget Reviews and your H1 tag would also be Blue Widget Reviews, well this is clearly an over-optimized page trying to rank for Blue Widget Reviews. Then when backlinks are being built to the page most of the time they are being built as Blue Widget Reviews or bluewidgetsexpress(dot)com/blue-widget-reviews/ this causes an even bigger issue with the backlink profile of that page. This was a bit extreme, but it gets the point across on what not to do with your metadata and URL structure. We incorporate a few different techniques that can be used to effectively rank your page and help visitors get a clear understand of what the page is about. We use these techniques based upon different factors of the current website structure and backlink profile of the website. One Example would be:
  • Title - Blue Widgets Reviews To Make An Informed Decision
  • URL - bluewidgetsexpress(dot)com/reviews/
  • H1 - What You Need to Know About Blue Widgets and How They Can Help You
You can also use the URL structure to target a synonym of your target keyword phrase and the title for the exact keyword phrase since the title has more weight in the ranking algorithm. This way your page can rank and pull in traffic from different ways the searcher might search for your products and services. After all, there are many ways someone can type in a search looking for a Plumber in Phoenix. They may search plumber, plumbers, plumbing service Phoenix etc. This is just an example to help you avoid overoptimizing different pages on your website. It's all about the keywords, but it's not. Sounds contradictory, but it is this way because there are over 200 ranking factors that the Google algorithm uses to rank websites and website pages. Some things to keep in mind are the title tag, URL structure, H1 tag, the keyword density of the page (use SEO Centro here to measure page keyword density) and the anchor text backlinks that are pointing at that page. If you use a keyword rich URL structure, you need to watch more with your title tag, header tag and backlink anchor text profile for that page. Make your content is natural, for the end user and you will have more success.  

What are the Most Important Metadata Factors?

  1. Title Tag has been classified as being one of the most important factors of on page optimization.
  2. Meta Description
  3. URL Structure - Simple or Complex Silo Strucutre - See http://www.majesticwarrior.net/website-design/optimized/silo-website-vs-standard-website/ which is set up as a complex silo. main domain --> website design --> optimized --> post
  4. H1 Tags
  5. H2 Tags
Good tips for the small business and help you with your online content marketing and metadata. Help the major search engines understand and focus on what is important in your site!

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