Mark Jackson

Mark Jackson

President & CEO

Vizion Interactive

Articles by Mark Jackson

SEO for E-Commerce Websites


Consider these insightful observations to address or avoid common conundrums that can arise while attempting to generate, manage, and improve the SEO for e-commerce websites.

SEO Is No One-Trick Pony


What exactly is SEO? It's certainly not any "one thing," but instead a combination of many factors that lead to a successful SEO strategy.

3 Tips for Selling SEO


Successfully selling SEO requires you to wrap your head around important "pain points" and goals of a prospect, and speak to that. Here are a few tips you can use to help cut through the techno-babble, relate to a prospect, and close some business.

Could Bing Ever Overtake Google in Search?

Google vs Bing

Google has dominated search, but Microsoft has a real opportunity to influence searcher behavior and Bing adoption through the integration of Bing search through its vast network of assets. Here's what it would take for Bing to surpass Google.

Sitemaps & SEO: An Introductory Guide

Google Webmaster Tools Submit Sitemap

Sitemaps help ensure your site is fully indexed by feeding your content to search engines – be it a standard XML, or for images, video, news, or mobile. Here's a walk-through of the initial first steps of how to create and submit your sitemaps.

SEO Best Practices: Setting Up a Blog

Blog Subdirectory vs Subdomain

Blogging should be a part of any sound marketing plan. You need to create engagement and provide the ability for people to share content coming from your company. Here's how you can set yourself up to realize positive SEO results from a blog.

In SEO, It's Not What You Do, It's How You Do It


Keeping up with the "how" is a constant effort of study, practice, tests, deep analysis, and years of experience. In the ever-evolving field of SEO, while there are many more "what to dos", knowing how to do them is ultimately what leads to success.

To The SEO Community: Keep Sharing, Stay Humble


Hopefully we can always remember that, while there may be competition, we all work within a unique industry that is stronger because there is a common bond. We need each other. We need to continue to share our experiences and be willing to help.