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High Level Marketing is the #1 web design company in Michigan focusing on website design MI, search engine marketing, e-commerce, business cards, and logo design MI. To grow your business, and website development, web design, and affordable SEO and search engine optimization needs, contact High Level Marketing today!

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We're the "get you more business from your website" experts.
Web DesignThe web isn't about just lookin' cool anymore, it's about getting to the top of search engines, which means more targeted traffic that turns into more business.
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Why? We're not interested in short term gains and burning bridges. Neither of us benefit if you're a client for only a couple of months. We work hard to make sure your website is performing and you're getting real results and great value. Both of our businesses benefit much more if we work together for the long run. Contact us now to learn how.
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A Site That Really Pops
By: Elizabeth Scavnicky Yaekle When we design and develop a website that really pops, we can’t help but spread the word, or the flavor in this case. Pop Daddy Popcorn is a Michigan-based premium popcorn company that is unique because...
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8 Things to Consider When Choosing a Web Design and Development Company
By: Elizabeth Scavnicky Yaekle   How can you confidently select the best web design and development company for your products and services given so many available options?     It’s simple—talk is cheap....
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Generating Campaigns that Appeal to the College Generation
By: Elizabeth Scavnicky Yaekle   What’s In It for You? If one of your goals is to take your marketing initiatives to the next level, check out this creative campaign that successfully converted the coveted 18 to 30-year-old...
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The Future of Structured Data
By: Ken Freel   With the recent demise of Google Authorship, it’s easy to question the need to adapt to structured data changes. If Google can discontinue support features you’ve worked hard to incorporate into the markup of your...
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The End of Google Authorship
By: Ken Freel   Let’s all take a moment to mourn the loss of another Google service, Google Authorship. Since the untimely death of Google Reader, tech pundits have cringed every time Google announces that yet another feature, product...
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Your Customers Are on the Move. Why Aren't You?
Author: Shammi Farook  The Internet is evolving at an alarming rate, and as a small business owner, it’s important for you to grow along with it. Last week, we briefly discussed local consumer search behavior, and concluded that...
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The Phonebook - A Retirement Home for Doomed Marketing Techniques
Author: Shammi Farook  Every year, a huge stack of Yellow Page phonebooks is probably delivered to your doorstep. (If you’re clever, you’ve opted out, but few people are aware that option even exists.) If you’re like most...
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Breaking Ground for the Greater Good
Author: Elizabeth Scavnicky Yaekle  The secret’s out—the key to SEO is compelling content that establishes credibility, engages readers, and encourages them to share with like-minded and interested people. The SEO environment is...
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Collaborating with Dallas Fort Worth's Premiere Roofing Contractor
For over two years, the team at High Level Marketing has joined forces with Mid Cities Roofing to attract new customers and generate more leads through a strong online platform. Mid Cities Roofing is a multigenerational company that has brought...
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The Bottom Line on Small Business Blogging
Small businesses’ typical, traditional marketing campaign may include elements such as direct mail, display advertising, billboard advertising, etc.—which all carry hard costs. A much more effective and affordable way to connect with a group of prospects is to engage them with compelling content: a blog. Five facts to prove it...
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