Category Archives: Accountants

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Online Marketing for Accountants

Digital marketing has the highest ROI, and yet many accounting firms still mainly rely on the outbound approach and its traditional marketing methods. Although you can still attract new clients through newspaper ads, TV and radio commercials, and billboards, digital marketing has become indispensable for the firms providing accounting services. In this post, we’ll discuss […]...
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SEO for Accountants

Imagine an accountancy firm, or professional services company, that keeps growing steadily. A company whose website keeps generating new business calls and leads every week. Right now, where do most of your new business come from? I have two main sources – referrals and Google search....
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Content Marketing for Service Businesses

Content marketing for service businesses has to be approached differently than for those selling tangible products with immediately visible features and benefits. If you’re running an accounting company, providing healthcare services, or practising law, then you’ve noticed that your content can’t be done in the way that so-called glamorous industries do it. However, the fact […]...
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Accountant Firm SEO Case Study

This SEO case study focuses on AccountantOnline.ie who we started working with during February 2017.  In Jan of 2017, the website had around 400 visitors from Google, by Jan 2018 this was over 8,500 for the month. (Update: this has now doubled) Cube Digital started in February with a technical SEO audit and a content audit. […]...
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How to Find New Accounting Clients

80% of a company’s future profits come from just 20% of its existing customers is one of the stats frequently quoted in an attempt to illustrate the importance of customer retention, along with the fact that repeat customers spend 67% more in their third year than in their first year of doing business with a […]...