We all know that pictures can be worth “a thousand words” when they give context to your blog posts and articles. At at no time could this be truer than in our very visual digital world. However, the pictures you use can also be worth a lot of money to the people who decide to […]
What are the most important aspects for building a website that you should include regardless of the platform that your site is build on? We build websites in order to promote our content whether it is personal or business related. What are the most important elements to promote site traffic? 1. Mobile Responsive Site Since […]
GDPR is probably a term that has come across your radar recently in the form of a slew of emails from companies that you contacted in the distant and more recent past. It stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is a European law demanding that organizations that collect data over the internet be transparent […]
I think my new site should be no. 1 on Google search engine. How come I can’t find my site on page 10? When a new prospect tells me “I need a website built for my business”, s/he often loses sight of the goals. They might have an idea in their minds of what their […]
Mobile first arrived in 2014 It is taking us time to internalize this fact. According to Google Analytics data gathered by Google Search Engine in 2017, 40% of online transactions are carried out on mobile devices. Mobile World Congress 2018 Recently, at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, 3 industry leaders, Clorox CMO Eric Reynolds, […]
Presenters often miss the opportunity to share their slide deck with their audience, direct the viewers to their website and invite them to connect on social media. Boost viewer engagement with these 3 strategies.
Website owners mistakenly think that hackers are not interested in small sites. Small sites often ignore security and are vulnerable to attack. A website safety check and disaster recovery plan should be part of every website.
Lori Saitz of Zen Rabbit understands the challenges that quiet people have when networking. She helps them clarify who they are helping, where they will find clients, strategies to network successfully, and how to follow up in order to change a contact into a relationship. Lori’s advice is “Don’t listen to mom! Talk to strangers.”
Mari Geasair, an astute coach from More Clients, Less Stress and AuthenticTherapyMarketing.com serves clients who are service-preneurs such as therapists, healers, creatives, and other service providers who seek to make the world a better place through their unique talents.
This week I attended a Meet Up where a person spoke about SEO (Search Engine Optimization). The talk had some interesting tips and insight; however the speaker did not fail to mention that his authority was based upon the fact that he has 10,000 followers and had written a book on the psychology of marketing. […]