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5 Common Objections to SEO (& How to Respond) – Best of Whiteboard Friday 1920 1281 Kameron Jenkins

5 Common Objections to SEO (& How to Respond) – Best of Whiteboard Friday

With marketing budgets taking a hit under the economic strain of COVID-19, advocating for the value SEO can bring to a struggling business is a new take on an old battle. This popular Whiteboard Friday episode…

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Bear Design content marketing
Interdisciplinarity: How to Integrate Organic Search, Paid Search, and Content Teams 1920 1280 Heather Physioc

Interdisciplinarity: How to Integrate Organic Search, Paid Search, and Content Teams

As an industry, we talk a good game about collaboration, but the truth is it’s not really happening the way we tell our clients and bosses it happens. We stroll into new business pitches and…

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Bear Design content marketing
How to Get Quick Results With SEO Sprints: The DriveSafe Case Study 1920 1281 Christopher Hofman Laursen

How to Get Quick Results With SEO Sprints: The DriveSafe Case Study

Currently, many businesses face challenging times and are moving their SEO budget to disciplines which offer quicker wins. But you can also create instant results with SEO, and it can be done on a small…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Risk-Averse Link Building – Best of Whiteboard Friday 1920 1280 Russ Jones

Risk-Averse Link Building – Best of Whiteboard Friday

Building links is an incredibly common request of agencies and consultants, and some ways to go about it are far more advisable than others. Whether you’re likely to be asked for this work or you’re…

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Bear Design content marketing
Google’s May 2020 Core Update: Winners, Winnerers, Winlosers, and Why It’s All Probably Crap 1920 1281 Dr. Peter J. Meyers

Google’s May 2020 Core Update: Winners, Winnerers, Winlosers, and Why It’s All Probably Crap

On May 4, Google announced that they were rolling out a new Core Update. By May 7, it appeared that the dust had mostly settled. Here’s an 11-day view from MozCast: We measured relatively high…

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Use the Blank Sheet of Paper Test to Optimize for Natural Language Processing 1920 1080 Evan Hall

Use the Blank Sheet of Paper Test to Optimize for Natural Language Processing

If you handed someone a blank sheet of paper and the only thing written on it was the page’s title, would they understand what the title meant? Would they have a clear idea of what…

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How to Stay Creative With an SEO-Driven Content Strategy 1920 1280 Caroline Forsey

How to Stay Creative With an SEO-Driven Content Strategy

When I first joined HubSpot’s blogging team in January 2018, I loved our writing process. Once a month, we all met in a conference room with a list of ideas on Google Docs which were…

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Bear Design content marketing
Diagnosing Traffic Drops During a Crisis: Was It You, Google, or the Whole World? 1920 1080 Dr. Peter J. Meyers

Diagnosing Traffic Drops During a Crisis: Was It You, Google, or the Whole World?

We want to fix things and believe we’re in control. When your house is filling with water, you grab a bucket. If there’s a hole in your roof, the bucket might help. If your sink…

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How We Ranked a Single Page for 2.6K Keywords Driving 30K Monthly Searches [Case Study] 1920 1280 Kristin Tynski

How We Ranked a Single Page for 2.6K Keywords Driving 30K Monthly Searches [Case Study]

For the last decade, I’ve touted the enormous long-term value of a dualistic approach to content marketing for SEO. By leveraging data-centered campaigns, paired with personalized outreach to top publishers, we regularly garner earned media…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
5 Common Objections to SEO (& How to Respond) – Best of Whiteboard Friday 1920 1275 Kameron Jenkins

5 Common Objections to SEO (& How to Respond) – Best of Whiteboard Friday

With marketing budgets taking a hit under the economic strain of COVID-19, advocating for the value SEO can bring to a struggling business is a new take on an old battle. This popular Whiteboard Friday episode…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Interdisciplinarity: How to Integrate Organic Search, Paid Search, and Content Teams 1920 1280 Heather Physioc

Interdisciplinarity: How to Integrate Organic Search, Paid Search, and Content Teams

As an industry, we talk a good game about collaboration, but the truth is it’s not really happening the way we tell our clients and bosses it happens. We stroll into new business pitches and…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
How to Get Quick Results With SEO Sprints: The DriveSafe Case Study 1920 1281 Christopher Hofman Laursen

How to Get Quick Results With SEO Sprints: The DriveSafe Case Study

Currently, many businesses face challenging times and are moving their SEO budget to disciplines which offer quicker wins. But you can also create instant results with SEO, and it can be done on a small…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Risk-Averse Link Building – Best of Whiteboard Friday 1920 1280 Russ Jones

Risk-Averse Link Building – Best of Whiteboard Friday

Building links is an incredibly common request of agencies and consultants, and some ways to go about it are far more advisable than others. Whether you’re likely to be asked for this work or you’re…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Google’s May 2020 Core Update: Winners, Winnerers, Winlosers, and Why It’s All Probably Crap 1920 1275 Dr. Peter J. Meyers

Google’s May 2020 Core Update: Winners, Winnerers, Winlosers, and Why It’s All Probably Crap

On May 4, Google announced that they were rolling out a new Core Update. By May 7, it appeared that the dust had mostly settled. Here’s an 11-day view from MozCast: We measured relatively high…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Use the Blank Sheet of Paper Test to Optimize for Natural Language Processing 1920 1280 Evan Hall

Use the Blank Sheet of Paper Test to Optimize for Natural Language Processing

If you handed someone a blank sheet of paper and the only thing written on it was the page’s title, would they understand what the title meant? Would they have a clear idea of what…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
How to Stay Creative With an SEO-Driven Content Strategy 1920 1280 Caroline Forsey

How to Stay Creative With an SEO-Driven Content Strategy

When I first joined HubSpot’s blogging team in January 2018, I loved our writing process. Once a month, we all met in a conference room with a list of ideas on Google Docs which were…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
Diagnosing Traffic Drops During a Crisis: Was It You, Google, or the Whole World? 1920 1080 Dr. Peter J. Meyers

Diagnosing Traffic Drops During a Crisis: Was It You, Google, or the Whole World?

We want to fix things and believe we’re in control. When your house is filling with water, you grab a bucket. If there’s a hole in your roof, the bucket might help. If your sink…

read more
Bear Design content marketing
How We Ranked a Single Page for 2.6K Keywords Driving 30K Monthly Searches [Case Study] 1920 1272 Kristin Tynski

How We Ranked a Single Page for 2.6K Keywords Driving 30K Monthly Searches [Case Study]

For the last decade, I’ve touted the enormous long-term value of a dualistic approach to content marketing for SEO. By leveraging data-centered campaigns, paired with personalized outreach to top publishers, we regularly garner earned media…

read more

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Bear Design provides website development and design, creating content uploaded websites and improving web page placements and web traffic. Bear Design websites are unique, easy to use and responsive. Site owners can easily edit the content, or can trust the Bear Design & Communications to keep them up to date and supply quality content regularly.


WE ARE IN LONDON

GET IN TOUCH
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Monday – Thursday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
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Bear Design - WordPress Development

Bear Design provides website development and design, creating content uploaded websites and improving web page placements and web traffic. Bear Design websites are unique, easy to use and responsive. Site owners can easily edit the content, or can trust the Bear Design & Communications to keep them up to date and supply quality content regularly.


GET IN TOUCH
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WE ARE IN LONDON

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    • Doubleclick – Google advertising platform that analyzes browsing activity across website to establish user profile – //www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads/
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    Type of CookieWhy we use these cookiesWho serves them and where can you find out more information?
    Analytics and research of usersThese are used to understand, improve, and research users visiting //beardesign.me and their needs for our product offerings. For example, we may use cookies to understand what pages a user browses before submitting a sales request form. We do not share information about this analysis with any third parties.Selected third parties listed and defined as follows:
    • Google Analytics – Web traffic tracking – //www.google.com/policies/privacy/
    • Bing – Conversion tracking from Bing ads – https://advertise.bingads.microsoft.com/en-us/resources/policies/microsoft-bing-adsprivacy-policy
    • Doubleclick – Google advertising platform that analyzes browsing activity across website to establish user profile – //www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads/
    • Twitter – Analyzes browsing activity across website to establish user profile – https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514
    • Facebook – Analyzes browsing activity across website to establish user profile – https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/
    A user can delete these cookies through browser settings.
    Improving Website experienceThese provide functionality to help us deliver a better user experience for our website. For example, cookies help facilitate chats with our sales representatives, allow you to search the website, and deliver the user quickly to their intended website location.1st party and selected third parties as defined below:
    • __cfduid 3rd party cookie – This cookie is strictly necessary for Cloudflare’s security features
    • __hssc Cookie for keeping track of sessions. This is used to determine if we should increment the session number and timestamps in the __hstc cookie. It contains: the domain, viewCount (increments each pageView in a session), session start timestamp. (Expires: 30 min)
    • __hssrc Whenever HubSpot changes the session cookie, this cookie is also set. We set it simply to the value “1”, and use it to determine if the user has restarted their browser. If this cookie does not exist when we manage cookies, we assume it is a new session. (Expires: None. Session cookie)
    • __hstc The main cookie for tracking visitors. It contains: the domain, utk (see below), initial timestamp (first visit), last timestamp (last visit), current timestamp (this visit), and session number (increments for each subsequent session) (Expires: 2 years)
    • hsfirstvisit This cookie used to keep track of a user’s first visit. (Expires: 10 years)
    • hubspotutk This cookie is used for to keep track of a visitor’s identity. This cookie is passed to HubSpot on form submission and used when deduplicating contacts. (Expires: 10 years)
    • wordpress_ WordPress cookie for a logged in user.
    • wordpress_logged_in_ WordPress cookie for a logged in user.
    • wp-settings- WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-[UID] cookies. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database table. This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface.
    • wp-settings-time- WordPress also sets a few wp-settings-{time}-[UID] cookies. The number on the end is your individual user ID from the users database table. This is used to customize your view of admin interface, and possibly also the main site interface.
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    A user can delete these cookies through browser settings.
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