It was called “Creative Marketing – Doing Business in a Socially-Distanced World”.
I get asked this question a lot – especially from new clients who’ve invested in Wix or Squarespace and are considering my marketing or website care plans. The answer really depends on what stage of growth your organization is at. For fledgling operations, Wix or Squarespace and be a viable option, especially if you just […]
OWN your marketing – or suffer when they pull the plug. (I’m only posting this because lately I’ve had a lot of people asking about this). Again, I’m only speculating here – but it sure looks like they shut him down.
I rarely post on SEO stuff (because it changes almost daily) but this is kind of an important update for my friends who are business owners or otherwise depend on the Web for new clients or sales.
I’m sure that as a business owner you sometimes wonder if your marketing is working. There are lots of articles you can read on the subject – just Google the following term: So, if you browse a bit you’ll find plenty of articles that show you how to tell if your marketing folks are … Continue reading Measuring ROI for Attorney Marketing
Local marketing can be a challenge, especially if you’re entrenched in traditional thinking on the subject. All too often, I’m approached by frustrated business owners that just aren’t getting results because they’re doing “what they’ve been told” – spending hundreds on “Yellow” or other flavors of directories, television, radio, newspaper ads, etc., etc. Not that … Continue reading Local Marketing
It’s been a long-time practice to boost your website traffic and ranking by building links from relevant websites to your site. With all of the Google updates over the past few years, you might be wondering if you should bother with link building at all. Here’s what Website Magazine says: CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT The creation … Continue reading How are YOU building traffic?
This entry is part 10 of 10 in the seriesIs Social Media a Time-Suck?Ever thought you could be involved in a conversation with Ashton Kutcher, Jon Stewart, or Miley Cyrus? What about some of your industry’s rock stars? Well, you can, through social media. Tools like Twitter and Facebook make it easy to connect with … Continue reading Connect with “Experts”
This entry is part 9 of 10 in the seriesIs Social Media a Time-Suck?In an earlier article in this series, we covered using your social media networks to get informal opinions from your followers and friends. Now, let’s cover how to solicit more structured input. There are a number of ways to create and post … Continue reading Execute a Survey or Poll