CEO & PARTNER
Bob Kehoe, CEO of Leverage Marketing, had a vision for transforming Leverage from being strictly a search marketing agency into being an end-to-end online marketing services company. Bob took this vision and quickly led the team to realizing it. This has distinguished Leverage Marketing as a trailblazer in forward-thinking and integrated online marketing services.
Bob’s experience in co-founding a software development company and growing its revenue from $500k per year to over $7M per year added with his adept ability to adopt new technologies and innovate has kept Leverage Marketing on the cutting edge in business practices and technology resources.
Biggest User Experience Problems with Ecommerce Sites/0 Comments/in Content Marketing, Social Media, Video, Web Design /by Bob Kehoe
It can be hard to design your ecommerce website. Leverage has identified the common pitfalls of ecommerce website user experience, and how you can avoid them. Take a look at common mistakes and make sure you aren’t making them, too.
Why an Internal Marketing Team Doesn’t Make Sense for Your Business/0 Comments/in Satellite Marketing /by Bob Kehoe
Internal marketing teams may get to know your business from the inside, but marketing agencies spend more time and effort learning the ins and outs of your business and dedicate specific time and skills to making sure everything runs smoothly.
Amazon’s Race to the Top: Will It Change Ecommerce?/0 Comments/in Ecommerce, PPC /by Bob Kehoe
Is Amazon growing too big in the ecommerce world? Does the company have too much power and market share of online sales? Our latest blog post explores Amazon’s dominance and innovative new ventures.
What’s the Difference Between SEO and PPC?/4 Comments/in PPC, SEO /by Bob Kehoe
Confused about the difference between SEO and PPC? Wondering which one will work best for your business? In our new blog post, we provide clarity and debunk some common myths about search engine optimization and pay-per-click advertising.
Mobile Shopping: The New Norm/0 Comments/in Content Marketing, News, Satellite Marketing, SEO /by Bob Kehoe
Mobile shopping is steadily growing, overtaking brick and mortar. While physical stores are still a huge part of retail sales, companies like Walmart are trying to break into ecommerce by diversifying and buying up online businesses.