/Gabriella Sannino

About Gabriella Sannino

Co-founder of Level343.com, an organic SEO company that specializes in ethical, organic website traffic, Gabriella is a powerhouse of innovative ideas and marketing techniques. She puts her knowledge of industry standards, marketing, design and more to good use, working with clients to get the online reputation and recognition they need for success. Since Level343.com’s inception, Gabriella has worked with clients from many industries, including REITs and real estate, green cleaning, private investigation, coaching and marketing, as well as many others.

Social Media Marketing: The Transparent Expenditure

Many traditional marketers will quickly note that using social media marketing to increase SEO is a dangerous venture without the proper measurement for ROI. In fact, that is correct for all forms of marketing and SEO efforts. One of the [...]

By |June 6th, 2014|Social Media Marketing|3 Comments

4 Common Copywriting Mistakes Everyone Makes

Seasoned copywriter gives you the heads-up on 4 common writing mistakes and how to spot them
By |May 16th, 2014|Content|Comments Off on 4 Common Copywriting Mistakes Everyone Makes

7 Step Blueprint To Personal Branding

The story told online by your search results is your personal brand. Here is how to write it yourself.
By |December 26th, 2012|SEO|Comments Off on 7 Step Blueprint To Personal Branding

Your Brand’s Google Autocomplete Reputation Is Evil [Fix This]

A couple of years ago, Google Auto complete was not a problem for companies and brands. They just had to monitor their page rankings. Today, there are so many things to watch out for when it comes to managing your reputation online. Bad reviews and negative comments can hurt your brand if you are not vigilant. If would like to see how Google Autocomplete is affecting your brand, search your name now. You might be surprised at what you discover.
By |October 11th, 2012|SEO|1 Comment

Twitter Newbie: 5 Mistakes That Can Get You Blocked, Ignored or Unfollowed

It's not that difficult to navigate Twitter, but, as a new user, some basic know how to make your experience more enjoyable and productive.
By |September 18th, 2012|Social Media Marketing|8 Comments

5 Reputation Management Fails: Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make

I can guarantee this. If you make the five online reputation mistakes listed here you'll be taking huge leaps towards making your nightmares come true.
By |July 19th, 2012|SEO|3 Comments

Online Reputation Management: What It Means to You

How many searches do you think Google sees in a month? 88 billion. How many adults in the US are online? 75%! What do they do there? They shop, search and share. Once you know the answers to [...]

By |May 31st, 2012|Content|Comments Off on Online Reputation Management: What It Means to You

Transparent SEO: So Clear You Can’t See It

SEO shouldn't leave a print, an aftertaste; it shouldn't be seen or heard. That way Google is happy -- and so are you.
By |April 25th, 2012|SEO|3 Comments

Writing for a Living: How We Feed the Content Machine

Writing. Not sometimes, not once a week, not every now and then for your blog -- but writing to make your daily living. How does that work?
By |March 22nd, 2012|Content, SEO|6 Comments

Tracking Social Efforts – Analytics Beyond the Link Shortener

Now that you’re communicating, it’s time to find out whether it’s actually helping and, if so, how much.
By |February 9th, 2012|Social Media Marketing|Comments Off on Tracking Social Efforts – Analytics Beyond the Link Shortener