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Brannon M. Brooks

Brannon M. Brooks

Brannon Brooks brings a considerable amount of background knowledge & a passion in Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Internet Marketing, and Social Media. He comes to 180fusion with 5 years in the online marketing industry. Currently, he oversees & structures SEO and marketing strategies for a handful of clients; ranging from National SEO, Local Search, & e-commerce businesses. Prior to 180fusion, Brannon Brooks has worked as an SEO Analyst overseeing enterprise accounts in a vast majority of industries. His favorite SEO quote & rule of thumb is “Google only loves you when everyone else loves you first.”

Search Engine Optimization: A Primer on Algorithms

Search engine optimization (SEO) is one of those flagship terms that permeates the field of online marketing. The popularity of SEO has created a huge source of noise with regards to information on how to successfully implement SEO techniques and run campaigns that center around SEO. There’s a lot of people out there shouting and […]

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5 Local SEO Tricks Every Small Businesses Should Use

Search engine results are becoming a fiercely competitive space for local businesses. With ever-changing standards of SEO strategies and the increasing number of businesses vying for visibility, all small business should make local SEO a priority. Fortunately, while it will take a bit more time and some new approaches, most of your already learned SEO […]

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How To Crush SEO By Using Your Competition

Sometimes you’ve got to fight fire with fire. and in the world of marketing, a healthy understanding of your competitions’ tactics can be indispensable. With so many strategies running the risk of being perceived as overwrought, a keen eye on the competition as well as its strengths and weaknesses can make all of the difference. […]

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#ReviewCloaking

Introduction The other day at work I was reviewing a client’s Local Knowledge Graph, ensuring that the information was accurate when something immediately caught my eye.  When I discovered it, it was clearly obvious something was off.  See if you notice what I did… Let’s ignore the intentionally fabricated information (I added the fake images, […]

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