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Keith Moehring

Keith Moehring is a senior consultant and business development manager at PR 20/20. He joined the agency in July 2006, and is a 2004 graduate of the University of Toledo. Full bio.
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Remember Magic Eye pictures? One Christmas, my uncle framed one for me and each of my cousins. It was one of the more memorable gifts that year because I was obsessed with seeing the hidden picture. The trick is you cross your eyes, squint and hum the theme song from Gilligan's Island.

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In 1981 Men at Work released, “Who Can It Be Now,” which I will argue is the world’s best ringtone and worst music video.

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Images. From blog posts and web development, to landing pages and calls to action, digital marketers are frequently using images to attract attention, maintain interest, outwit eye patterns and engage viewers.

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We all hate THAT guy. You know, the one that takes a good thing way too far and ruins it for everybody. You might remember him from such overplayed fads as: 

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You and your marketing team have come up with a unique idea for a mobile application that target audiences or customers have been clamoring for. An app that is sure to solve major pain points, simplify the education and buying process, and/or create a new revenue stream.

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Following is a PR 20/20 client case study from long-time client, Industrial Heat Sources. It outlines how a manufacturing equipment distributor increased traffic 123%, leads 243% and sales 27%, through strategic inbound marketing. 

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Words will always retain their power. Words offer the means to meaning, and for those that will listen, the enunciation of truth.”
V for Vendetta

 

But what happens when the words are silenced?

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A flowchart—the visual representation of a logical progression of things. 

In my humble opinion, one of man’s greatest accomplishments, right next to the spork. 

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Hello World!

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When the world’s largest search engines, including Google, Bing, Yahoo! and more, collaborate on an initiative to improve the indexability of the web, marketers should take notice. In June 2011, these search giants did just that, and the result was a new microdata mark-up called Schema.org.

Microdata is simply HTML tags put around different web page content to provide valuable context to search engines. There are a variety of microdata tagging systems out there, so to help webmasters, and in turn themselves, leading search engines banded together to create a standardized tagging system they all recognize.

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