I do want to emphasize again – that the strategy of building traffic to your blog by leaving comments on other blogs only works when your comments ad value and are relevant to the post. If you don’t adhere to this you’ll just end up hurting your reputation.
Step I Visit your local Small Business Development Center The SBDC’s professional staff of counselors, trainers, and researchers provides comprehensive, confidential business counseling services provided at no cost to the client. The SBDC is funded in part by the U. S. Small Business Administration, Texas State University at San Marcos, and an extensive network of […]
Chunk-Down that Goal and Get Out of Overwhelm by Jack Canfield Sometimes our biggest life goals seem so overwhelming. We rarely see them as a series of small, achievable tasks, but in reality, breaking down a large goal into smaller tasks—and accomplishing them one at a time—is exactly how any big goal gets achieved. After […]
Internal Search Box… a key component to helping your site visitors find what they want quickly… Do you have a search box on your website? If you don’t, and you sell multiple items, you’re frustrating about 50% of your visitors. In a recent survey MarketingSherpa found a 50-50 split in the way people like to […]
Claim Your Google Maps Listing NOW From The Folks at Internet Marketing Tips… Have you claimed your listing in Google Maps and made sure the information it displays is accurate? If not, you need to do it NOW — even if you don’t have a website yet. This step is vital. Local Search — including […]
A feature to feature comparison of the top providers of eMail marketing software and services H. Sandra Chevalier-Batik presentation notes from Jan 27, 2010 eDoItHerself Meetup eMail Marketing is a form of direct marketing that utilizes eMail as a way of efficiently distributing information and marketing materials such as eMail newsletters, advertisements, promotions and fund-raising materials […]
No matter how great your product is, or how great your website looks, your online business will be left spinning its wheels unless the search engines know you exist… and your potential customers can find you in the search engines!
The emotional ups and downs were the biggest surprise for me. One day, we’d think of ourselves as the next Google and dream of buying islands; the next, we’d be pondering how to let our loved ones know of our utter failure; and on and on.
Your website is not just an on-line brochure. Savvy internet searchers are looking for content-rich, professionally developed sites that offer them solutions to their business issues. On-line clients want useful, well organized, readily accessible information about your product or service…and they don’t want to spend a long time finding it.
Your website can be designed to be a stand alone sales site, or as an introduction to your business products and services. As a business owner, you must keep your focus on the needs of your potential clientele while developing your website and supporting marketing literature. When you approach business prospects, do you take the time to find out what their specific business needs are and incorporate that business intelligence into your web presence?