Some business owners would LOVE to be on the first page of Google.
Others couldn’t care less.
Regardless of which camp you fall into, it’s good to know that you can easily take advantage of available real estate on Google (and other sites) that’s waiting for you to claim it. Continue reading How to Claim the Search Engine Real Estate You’re Entitled To
Most businesses, business owners, and sales reps have a tendency to communicate to their customers using jargon or language that their customers and prospects don’t use.
To make matters worse, businesses will also market and advertise to their prospects using the same jargon and language.
All businesses do this (at one time or another). It’s just a habit. It’s so easy to say and use the same words every day and not think about the real effects that language has on business results.
What if I told you there was a gold mine of language data out there that can boost your leads, sales, phone calls, revenues, and all that great stuff?
In this post, we’re going to do a deep dive into this very subject and come out refreshed and ready to win! Continue reading How to Discover the Language Your Customers Use That Will Lead to Big Sales & Revenues
Successful mobile marketing strategies don’t have to be same old, same old. And they don’t have to add up to: crunch more numbers. If you’ve considered the obvious, but you don’t have the need or budget for gigantic big-data trawls like Amazon, you probably need a more creative way to understand and implement the tools you already have, as well as a couple of additions that can give you an edge without breaking the bank.
First: What exactly are we talking about when we say ‘mobile strategy,’ anyway? Continue reading What Creative Strategies Can You Implement For Successful Mobile Marketing?
“It takes a lot of intention to create a great system.”
Before we start, the key reason we pursued an interview with Rey was that he inspired us during a talk he gave. His premise was that you can identify what you need to change in a business to make improvements. However, if the team doesn’t believe that the changes will help or that individuals don’t believe they can change, then generally nothing will improve. Continue reading Want to Improve Your Business? Your Teams? Hit Goals? Then Listen to Rey Soriano!
Knowing HTML is really useful when you’re creating blog posts and web pages. It’s the only true way to work out those formatting kinks that nearly all content management systems will throw at you. Additionally, it’s also important to know because it can help you make web content that’s more accessible for people with disabilities.
In this post, we’re going to create a cheat sheet so you know how to correctly format the HTML of your posts and get rid of some annoying things CMSs like to do (like unnecessary spaces and line breaks!). Continue reading A Handy HTML Cheat Sheet for Your Typical Content Management System