Tag Archives: small business websites

Social Media Tips for Small Business

social media tipsWe all need social media tips. If you run a small business, especially if some of that business is on the web, you know that you need to make social media a part of your marketing plan. The problem is always how to allocate time, find a good topic and then write it up. It can be intimidating just thinking about it if you know how to do this, but when you don’t know it can be defeating. Continue reading

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Internet Marketing – Discovery, Social and Search

internet marketing searchEver since Google began making changes to its algorithms that impact search, we have been dancing to their tune. Lately that tune sounds like social media and we have been obliging as much as we can. Continue reading

The Changing World of Content Marketing

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I went to a workshop last night about SEO and content marketing. If there is one thing you can say about it, it is that the definition of content marketing is always changing. I learned so much at that seminar and I also find every time I surf the net for one of my clients, I learn new things that I want to share. Continue reading

Finding Small Business Marketing Tips

If you have a small business, there are probably days when you feel that you are overwhelmed. You love the part of your business that got you into it in the first place. That isn’t the problem. It is all those other parts, like marketing, that have you down. Well buck up – you aren’t alone. I am always running into small business owners, especially if they are solo entrepreneurs, who feel this way. One of the biggest complaints I hear is they don’t have the time to do their own marketing and they don’t have the money to pay someone to do it for them. Welcome to the club, I say. Now when you are done wringing all those tears out of your handkerchief, listen up. Because you need to know that there is a ton of easy ways to get your site more attention, without breaking the bank or deserting your customers. Here are just a few. Continue reading