Google’s small business platform “Google Local My Business” (GMB) has been around a while now. It’s come a long way from it’s quasi-social media roots to it’s now current form. With all of the recent changes to the platform, it has become a little confusing how it all works. About a week ago I noticed
Need a refresher on the differences between search engine optimization (SEO) and lead generation? While these two marketing strategies have some similar aspects, they are actually very different. In simple terms, SEO helps generate organic traffic towards your website while lead generation focuses on capturing consumer interest in a product or service for the purpose
Search engine optimization, or SEO, is a digital marketing strategy used to gain visibility in organic search engine results. If you own a website, you need traffic to your site if you wish to share information, sell a product or service, or make money via ad revenue. While there are other ways to boost traffic
Although a Facebook page is free to create, and can be a great way to help promote your business online, it is absolutely no substitute for your own business website. We'll break down why posting your unique content exclusively on social media networks, and most importantly, NOT your own website could be helping Facebook's bottom line more than your own!
Does blogging help SEO? Yes, of course blogging improves your SEO! There are many reasons why blogging affects your SEO in a positive way. This article will touch base on 3 of those reasons. 1. Long tail keywords and originally written content is what google loves to serve When you use unique words and phrases,
Wu Commerce is a parody image using the logo from WooCommerce and mixing it with the popular rap group and their logo, the Wu Tang Clan. Their famous slogan C.R.E.A.M. Cash.Rules.Everything.Around.Me and our parody C.R.E.A.M. Code.Rules.Everything.Around.Me We use the popular eCommerce platform, WooCommerce everyday for ourselves and our customers. This software is one of the most flexible and robust
Do your tweets get noticed? Are you getting enough engagement on Twitter? Twitter’s true value is in its engagement. Unless people are engaging with you on Twitter, you’re wasting your time. In this article I’ll share 10 tweeting techniques that lead to better engagement. #1: Keep Tweets Under 110 Characters Twitter’s legendary character restriction
1. Include a clear, direct subject line. Examples of a good subject line include “Meeting date changed,” “Quick question about your presentation,” or “Suggestions for the proposal.” “People often decide whether to open an email based on the subject line,” Pachter says. “Choose one that lets readers know you are addressing their concerns or business