William Craig

William Craig is the founder and president of WebpageFX, a full-service internet marketing company that is listed as one of Inc. magazine’s 5000 fastest-growing companies, is ranked the No. 1 SEO agency by Heardable, and is ranked as one of the “best places to work in PA” by the Central Penn Business Journal and Pennsylvania Department of Community and Business Development. Drawing from Craig’s 17 years of experience as a pioneer in the internet marketing industry, WebpageFX helps businesses raise their profile and increase their revenue, through diverse online strategies including social media management, search engine optimization, and digital public relations.

Craig is also a weekly columnist for Forbes.

Recent Articles By The Author

Verizon Could Benefit From Yahoo Purchase, but There Are Challenges Ahead

Verizon Could Benefit From Yahoo Purchase, but There Are Challenges Ahead

Verizon must find a way to incorporate Yahoo assets into a larger strategy, but that won't be easy.

Here Is Why More Skepticism Is Needed About Tesla’s Bid for SolarCity

Here Is Why More Skepticism Is Needed About Tesla’s Bid for SolarCity

The electric-car maker's Elon Musk attempts to acquire the energy company, which he also founded, and the market reacts uncomfortably.

What the LinkedIn Deal Means for These Other Social Media Stocks

What the LinkedIn Deal Means for These Other Social Media Stocks

Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn could have a dramatic impact on technology and social media companies.

How Increase in Adblocking Could Hurt Facebook, Leaving Alphabet and Apple Unscathed

How Increase in Adblocking Could Hurt Facebook, Leaving Alphabet and Apple Unscathed

An increasing number of websites are restricting content for visitors who use adblockers. That could affect a range of different companies involved in online advertising.

Here's How Amazon Plans to Beat Alphabet's YouTube

Here's How Amazon Plans to Beat Alphabet's YouTube

Amazon is launching a new video service that will feature user-generated content. Sound familiar? Alphabet's YouTube is the competitor that the Seattle-based online retailer hopes to take down.

Is Comcast Getting a Leg-Up on Its Competitors With This New App?

Is Comcast Getting a Leg-Up on Its Competitors With This New App?

The company has launched an application that allows customers to get rid of their cable television boxes.

What Amazon's Pricey Kindle Oasis Means for the E-Reader Industry

What Amazon's Pricey Kindle Oasis Means for the E-Reader Industry

The cost of the new device raises eyebrows. What is the company trying to prove, and is there demand for this expensive model?

How Microsoft's Edge Browser Could Impact MSFT and Alphabet Stock Prices

How Microsoft's Edge Browser Could Impact MSFT and Alphabet Stock Prices

Will Microsoft's Edge browser make up for dated Internet Explorer? And how will it affect Google's successful Chrome browser?

Fallout From Nest's Revolv Debacle Could Hurt Smart Home Technology Adoption

Fallout From Nest's Revolv Debacle Could Hurt Smart Home Technology Adoption

If other Internet of Things companies shut down service for existing products, there could be a more widespread consumer backlash.

Is Indoor GPS on the Way? Here's What It Means for Investors

Is Indoor GPS on the Way? Here's What It Means for Investors

What if you could use GPS to navigate a new airport the first time you land there? That technology is almost here.