For better or worse, we learn who people are, and what they do, by Google results. Because you are not the only one who contributes content to the Internet, you cannot always control the story Google tells about you.
There is no one person or way to learn to be successful in business. We have to borrow (aka steal) ideas and strategies from those around us who are successful. You can learn from other entrepreneurs, online blogs, or even your dog. Yes, your dog—or at least my dog, Lola.
It’s that time again to publish digital marketing predictions for the new year. Some of the below predictions were easy to make, while others weren’t so obvious. It will take us over a year to know which predictions will be spot-on and which won’t, but in the meantime let’s prognosticate together.
Filling your site with content is an important step for your small business. When you’re creating content, there are some basics that you want to be sure to cover in order to get the most from your site. Here are 10 content basics that are a must for any small business site.
You just set up your Facebook Page: great! The next step is to actually connect with people, which means you’ll have to get them to “like” your Page. When people like your Page you’ll have an audience you can engage with on Facebook.
The effectiveness of email is continuing to rise. As consumer expectations and technology evolve, so must your approach. 29% of consumers now open email on their mobile device, yet only 2% of companies have an advanced mobile email marketing strategy.
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