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SEO Math 101: Simplifying Why Local SEO is Relevant

SEO Math 101: Simplifying Why Local SEO is Relevant Written by: Sarah Martisek Here at Upright we are passionate about helping provide Local SEO to our small business clients, many of which have become friends throughout their duration with our company! Still, many of our friends just don’t understand why,  Read more »

Shark Tank Investments for your Website

Written by: Jenn Johnson I am not one to watch a lot of television and I only have two shows I follow closely, Duck Dynasty and Shark Tank. While these shows are very different from each other, I learn a lot from them and apply them to my everyday life.  Read more »

You Can Read Minds?

Written by: Jenn Johnson You know that you have the best technicians in the area, you offer top notch customer service and you are a caring tire dealer who has your customer’s best interest at the forefront. All great qualities to have! We need to make certain the customers are  Read more »

Making Connections: Google+ Business Page Now Connects to Google Maps Listing

Written by: Sarah Martisek As of early June, Google has enabled businesses with a Google+ page to connect to their local business listing on Google Maps. By connecting these two pages it will provide a more streamlined editing process as well as an easily accessible dashboard for any listing manager.  Read more »

Highlights of the 2014 Chicago Auto Show

Written by: Sarah Martisek Highlights of the 2014 Chicago Auto Show Growing up in Chicago, going to the Chicago Auto Show (CAS) at McCormick Place was an event akin to something you would see in the movie, “A Christmas Story.” Mom bundled us up, piled us in the car and  Read more »

New Year, New Gear with Upright Tire

Written by: Sarah Martisek Part of my New Year’s Eve this year consisted of a heated debate on how to pronounce our new, upcoming year. Is it “two thousand and fourteen?” “Twenty- fourteen?” Or we could go a whole other route and old school it with 2K14, my personal favorite.  Read more »

Q & A: What to Ask Your Web Development Team

Written by: Jenn Johnson As a social media guru, I love Twitter! It is a great place for people to share articles, news, updates and much more. One evening as I was scrolling through my Twitter feed, I stumbled upon the article, 11 Questions to Ask a Website Design Firm  Read more »