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If you think big data is only for big business, it's time to catch up with the times. There are many ways small businesses can use business intelligence -- and, yes, even big data -- for big benefits and a brighter future.
Pratik Dholakiya is a Lead SEO Strategist at E2M Solutions, a full service internet marketing company working with small, medium and large scale clients and helping them to increase their traffic and sales. He recently started an Interview platform TalkWithLeaders.com, which is an inspiration of Eric Enge’s StoneTemple blog. At TalkWithLeaders.com he will be interviewing various industry leaders.
Pratik has studied recent Google algorithm changes (Panda & Penguin) very closely and performed insightful research to come up with a legitimate strategy that works in post panda/penguin era. At E2M Solutions, they have great expertise over defining the project as well as content based strategies that helps their clients in the post panda and penguin era.
So far Pratik has written for the well-known platforms like SearchEngineJournal, SearchEnginePeople, SocialMediaToday, ProBlogger, FamousBloggers, Kikolani and many more. He also occasionally writes at his personal blog PratikDholakiya.com. You can connect with him through any of his social media accounts but he is quite active on Twitter @DholakiyaPratik.
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