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El Pomar Website

A Great Site for a
Great Not-For-Profit

El Pomar is a leader in Colorado grant-making and needed a site that reflected their contributions and position in the state.

Colorado Dermatology Institute Website

Time for a Website
Face Lift

Colorado Dermatology Institute's site got a lift...
and a little SEO tuck. The results were dramatic!

Colorado Springs Hot Tubs

Relaxing at the top of
the Search Engines

Colorado Springs Hot Tubs is a newbie to the market, but are already far exceeding customer expectations and sales goals.

Over the past 16 years, we have worked with the team at Infront Webworks on various projects for both my company and for our clients. We appreciate most their willingness to be flexible to our needs and the unique needs of our clients.

– Lisa Bachman
of bachman pr

Rooted in Colorado SpringsColorado 
Rockin’ websites and SEO all over the U.S.A.
 

1,000+ clients


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Infront Blogs:

301 Redirects: How and Why To Use Them October 17, 2014 at 02:26 PM

A 301 redirect is an operation typically done by an SEO or web developer to permanently give one page or site the benefit of another page or site’s SEO rankings. An example is if your company decides they need a new website. In order to keep the old website’s rankings in search engines, which brought in visibility, business, and revenue for the company they would place a 301 on the old site. What this does is it tells search engines to treat the new site like the old site, and to place the new site into any instance where the old site might normally show up in the SERP (Search Engine Results Page).

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Google’s Panda 4.1 Update: Who Will It Affect? October 07, 2014 at 02:04 PM

Google updates its search algorithm several times throughout each year. Some updates are more significant than others, and the latest one, known as Panda 4.1, is one of the more significant ones. Here are the details.

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Google Ends Authorship September 03, 2014 at 04:43 PM

For two years Google offered "Authorship" to the writers among its user base, which provided a portrait of the writer that was sometimes featured next to the writer’s article in the SERP (Search Engine Results Page). The anticipation behind this effort was that if there was a portrait of the author next to the article more people would click on it, so this was a way to reward authors who participated in the effort.

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Google Updates AdWords Again August 26, 2014 at 03:01 AM

Earlier this month saw the decision by Google AdWords to take down the close variants option, which caused a lot of ripples in the digital marketing community.

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