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Unless you’re brand new to SEO, there’s a good chance that you might of heard about Google EAT already. Having been around since 2014, it’s slowly become one of the most important elements of SEO. However, it’s also one of the most confusing elements – even for the experts! So, what is EAT and why should you consider it as part of your SEO strategy? Let’s find out! EAT stands for Expertise, Authority and Trust – the three very important factors that Google considers when measuring how much trust it should place in a brand or website. Google wants to provide

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Ready to up your social media game? Good. Social media, just like all of digital marketing, is skyrocketing into the future of marketing and revamping your strategy for engagement can not only draw in and retain more customers, it can, if done right, really boost your organic growth -and that, my friends, if how you bring in more profit while simultaneously lowering your marketing costs. Too good to be true? Nope, not really. It's all about focusing your attention on creative, engaging content and taking advantage of what social media was designed to do: be social. Forget, for now, the technicalities

Building your brand is centred on building trust. And what better way to do that than with great reviews from customers and clients who can share their experiences first hand? But getting those all-important positive reviews -not to mention managing all the potentially false, inaccurate, or  misleading ones that are on the rise, can be a confusing task for those unfamiliar with it and a time-consuming one for busy business owners. But it needn't be. With some extra preparation and on-going marketing management, you can easily build your brand and your profits simply by properly managing your online reviews. Nine out

We knew it was coming, but in February 2022 it officially arrives: Google's latest page experience update will roll out, which means your digital marketing strategy will need to adjust itself accordingly so that your business can continue to reap the advantages of our new digital era, and grow bigger, better and more profitable than ever. Now we've known for a while that this update was in the works (Google's pretty good about announcing up-coming algorithm changes), and Peppermint's SEO gurus were already preparing for it with our blog published way back in June, but we also know that technical details,