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‘Twas the Day Before Christmas at Rosemont Media

Rosemont Media wishes everyone a very happy holiday season with their festive 2019 poem.

‘Twas the day before Christmas, when all through our workplace,

not a noise could be heard—not even a trace.

At home we all stayed, to enjoy a quick rest

and spend time among those with whom we are blessed.


But a respite from work, won’t keep our custom at bay;

it’s my duty—and honor—to give the year a replay.

So grab something to sip, whatever you desire,

and let’s take a look back on the SEO year prior.


We all know content is king, or at least you should by now,

but not all realms flourish, under one fattened cow.

Diversify your tactics is what Google says to do,

and a comprehensive plan has proved tried and true.


When it comes to Google ranks, organic gets the hype,

but listen when I tell you, paid ads are awfully ripe.

To do things right, however, there is a game to play—

master keyword matches, and you’ll be on your way.


Perhaps you are aware, but just in case you’re not,

online social prominence is something to be sought.

Yes it sounds Millennial, but that, please disregard,

your practice needs Facebook—without it, growth is hard.


Here’s a question for you, and please do be sincere:

when last was your site refined (what exactly was the year)?

The sole purpose of this question is simply to ensure

that a lacking website doesn’t impact your allure.


There’s one last thing to mention, and it’s truly a big deal,

don’t try to hide reviews, no matter what they reveal.

Bad feedback just might happen, and, honestly, it’s okay—

there are resolution methods; review gating’s not the way.


At the end of the day, twenty-nineteen was a blast—

RM continued evolving, and new knowledge we amassed.

Our team hopes you and yours had a wonderful time too,

and we wish you all the best in the year anew!

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John Lewis


John is a Senior Writer at Rosemont Media. A native of Marietta, GA, he migrated to nearby Auburn University where he attended football games and happened to earn his degree in the process. From there, he ventured cross country to live in San Diego just long enough to curse any temperature dropping below 70 degrees. He currently resides in Washington, DC, and in his spare time you can find him cheering on all Atlanta sports teams, showcasing a wicked slice on the golf course, or vicariously living “The Dream” through rock stars’ biographies.