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Josh has worked as an SEO since 2014, when he started as a copywriting intern at Rocket Clicks. Now a manager of the RC SEO department, Josh considers himself an expert on technical SEO matters and complex analytics tracking/configuration. When he's not messing with websites or code, Josh likes to walk his dog, Bailey.
Posts by Joshua
Did you know there are two revenue metrics in Google Analytics that don’t always match up? Learn the distinction between the two metrics in this post.
Rocket Clicks has been named to the COSBE’s Future 50 list for the second year in a row! Learn more about this great honor and find out how Rocket Clicks can help your business!
Josh DeGrasse-Baumann explains several common Google Analytics issues that small business might not be aware of when evaluating the impact of their marketing efforts.
Josh DeGrasse-Baumann details what the bounce rate metric in Google Analytics is telling you about your site, as well as demystifies some common misconceptions about the metric.
Clutch.co has named Rocket Clicks a 2017 Global Leader in PPC. Learn more about our award-winning PPC services.
Rocket Clicks is proud to have been named to the COSBE Future 50 list for 2017.
Rocket Clicks is a top Milwaukee PPC agency according to UpCity. We think they’re right, and we’d like to prove it to you first-hand.
The Packers may be out of the playoffs, but Aaron Rodgers’ “run the table” comments made a profound impact on the phrase’s search results.
Rocket Clicks strives to be the best at what we do, and so do our analysts. Learn more about our push to get certified in relevant areas.
Rocket Clicks was named one of the top 10 SEO companies in Milwaukee.
Rocket Clicks is now a Premier Google Partner! Learn more about our dedication to providing the best service we can for our clients.
Every SEO has their own advice that they give to clients, but sometimes it’s just bad. Check out the worst SEO advice we’ve ever heard.