Look how much light these WordStreamers have in their eyes:
That’s because January is a time full of promise and hope. So much potential! It’s the bright, shining morning of the year. You could go snowblind from all of the promise. For god’s sake, put some sunglasses on!
Seriously though – we had an amazing year in 2012, and we’re betting that this year will be even better.
Here are our greatest hits of 2013 so far.
25 PPC Tips & Tricks to Try in 2013  – I enlisted the help of our customer service team – 100% Google certified and 100% PPC badasses – to put together this list of tips for pay-per-click advertisers to try this year. Try one a few or all of them and watch your results go up!
3 SEO Tactics We're Easing Up On in 2013  – As Google evolves, our SEO strategies have to evolve too. Here are some of the techniques that worked for us in the past but are offering diminishing returns.
How to Drive Google Image Search Traffic That's Actually Relevant  – Just by dumping any silly pictures on your website, it’s easy to get a little traffic from image search. But with a little more effort and intention, you can drive Google image search traffic that actually helps you meet your business goals.
Are You PPC Curious? An FAQ for PPC Beginners and Hopefuls  – If you’ve heard of PPC but don’t know much else, this FAQ is for you. Get answers to some very basic questions about getting started and how it all works.
20 Fast Facts About PPC Agencies  – Why do people outsource to agencies? Are PPC budgets at agencies going up – and by how much? Find out!
5 Super-Basic Writing Tips to Help You Be a Better Web Copywriter  – I share some tips for making the writing you do for the web (AKA content marketing) clearer, more organized, and more effective.
Viral Content Marketing Tips for Non-Viral Businesses  – Not everyone needs to “go viral,” but these great tips – inspired by viral marketers Upworthy – can help you get more reads and shares for any kind of content.
6 Accounts to Follow on Pinterest (And What You Can Learn From Them)  – Meg found six awesomely inspiring Pinterest accounts and used them to develop some best practices for more successful pinning.
Images via our Winter company event at Post 390, courtesy of Larry Kim. See more on our Facebook page