tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-58418174872301429022020-02-28T10:55:39.788-08:00Atlanta Copywriter David FreelsAtlanta Copywriter David Freelshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08740460765383627754noreply@blogger.comBlogger8125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5841817487230142902.post-5107502833415009372014-05-26T05:31:00.000-07:002018-02-20T09:05:03.150-08:00Now Google Really Does Rank DavidFreels.com As The #1 Atlanta Copywriter In A Google Search For "Atlanta Copywriter."About a week after my last blog post (Are You Forcing Customers Into Dishonesty?), the ranking for DavidFreels.com after a Google search for "Atlanta copywriter" went from about #5 to #1. DavidFreels.com stayed at #1 for a couple of weeks or so, and I meant to write another blog about it, but I couldn't find the time.I've been too busy.But how did this occur? I think 4 out of 5 of my last blog Atlanta Copywriter David Freelshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08740460765383627754noreply@blogger.com1tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5841817487230142902.post-86001466149056288132014-04-25T07:29:00.001-07:002014-04-27T05:47:10.585-07:00Are You Forcing Your Customers Into Dishonesty?I started to use my debit card as a credit card at a RaceTrac gas station and convenience store the other day but couldn't unless I lied first, and I'm an honest person.Everybody knows how debit cards work. You have to enter a 4-digit PIN number. PIN is the acronym for "Personal Identification Number." But these days there's a lot of identity theft, often obtained from debit cards and PIN numbersAtlanta Copywriter David Freelshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08740460765383627754noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5841817487230142902.post-86197921893274315142014-04-09T20:38:00.001-07:002014-04-10T07:41:29.092-07:00Google Now Ranks DavidFreels.com In The Top 5 Search Results For "Atlanta Copywriter." The hits just keep on coming. DavidFreels.com is now ranked #3.Why does the Google search rank for DavidFreels.com keep climbing?Is it just all the links I keep adding back to pages on DavidFreels.com. I think so. The rank keeps climbing, and it looks like links are always going to be the most critical factor.If SEO in Atlanta all depends on links, then I'll keep looking for ways to keep linking Atlanta Copywriter David Freelshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08740460765383627754noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5841817487230142902.post-67363187126150099602014-03-25T09:16:00.001-07:002014-03-25T21:10:52.284-07:00DavidFreels.com Now Ranks In Google's Top 10 Search Results for "Atlanta Copywriter."Just as I predicted in my last blog, DavidFreels.com is now in Google's Top 10 search results for "Atlanta Copywriter." I'm not complaining about the ranking, but let me explain how this occurred so you’ll have a better understanding of what’s involved with Search Engine Optimization (SEO).Successful SEO is based on several “strategies” and “variables,” but probably the most important goofproof Atlanta Copywriter David Freelshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08740460765383627754noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5841817487230142902.post-91798616116440481882014-03-13T12:30:00.001-07:002014-05-31T08:41:41.393-07:00Does Google Actually Rank DavidFreels.com As The #1 Atlanta Copywriter In A Google Search For "Atlanta Copywriter?" No.This AdBlog is an observation of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Is David Freels actually Google's highest ranking Atlanta Copywriter?No. That honor consistently goes to Jenny Munn at JennyMunn.com.I'm actually around #25, and even then that ranking doesn't come from DavidFreels.com but instead from a video compilation of my television commercials found on my YouTube channel at YouTube.com/Atlanta Copywriter David Freelshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08740460765383627754noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5841817487230142902.post-46240561801123532312014-03-01T15:46:00.001-08:002014-03-12T20:21:31.600-07:00Word of mouth is the best advertising of all."Classic Caesar" dressing from Naturally Fresh must be the favorite Caesar of all, judging by the perpetually empty shelf space at my local Kroger.That hole on the shelf is a great example of word-of-mouth advertising. If this empty space is typical at multiple stores, it should become the basis for a Classic Caesar TV spot. Or Radio. A Print campaign. Surely a coupon/shelf talker if nothing Atlanta Copywriter David Freelshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08740460765383627754noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5841817487230142902.post-78780967978420596642013-12-24T07:32:00.001-08:002014-02-24T17:53:56.362-08:00Show What You Can Do And You'll Always Stay In Demand. Who doesn't love product demonstrations, especially when they're unconditional?I happened across this waterproof flashlight demo at a Home Depot the other day, set up in their section of 40-something "Christmas Specials."I took some quick pictures with my iPhone for this blog only to realize later they weren't that good. I wanted to get a better shot but couldn't get back for a couple of days. ByAtlanta Copywriter David Freelshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08740460765383627754noreply@blogger.com0tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-5841817487230142902.post-28050453527927153842013-12-14T11:48:00.000-08:002014-02-05T15:09:12.452-08:00Two well-placed words help customers decide to buy.Check this out, from the dressing room at Marshall’s.This is so brilliant. And simple.Picture yourself looking in the mirror at those new duds, wondering if you should get them. What you need is somebody to say, “Wow. That looks great. That was made for you. You should get that one too.”Marshall’s starts that conversation by planting a seed of thought, just by adding a couple of words to the coatAtlanta Copywriter David Freelshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08740460765383627754noreply@blogger.com0Atlanta, GA USA31.278550858946531 -95.976562527.714949858946532 -101.1401365 34.842151858946529 -90.8129885