Sometimes, you’ll buy a domain name and you’ll totally forget what company you bought it from. Or you’ll purchase it in some roundabout way through another service that just happens to package a domain name with their offer. For whatever reason, busy business owners do lose access to domain names they’ve bought.
This is a fairly common problem and it happened to a client of ours. We’re going to talk about how to solve this problem and other ways to work around it. Continue reading Who the Heck Did I Buy My Domain Name From?
“It’s only a few hundred words so it shouldn’t take you long”.
That’s a statement countless copywriting clients have thrown my way over the years. A statement that couldn’t be further from the truth.
To communicate a complex problem, sophisticated solution, or intricate product in 2000+ words isn’t too tall an order. But try to do the same in a quarter (or less) of the word count and the task becomes infinitely more difficult. Continue reading Why No-One Clicks On Your Search Ads (and how to fix that!)
Technology is everywhere, and whether we realize it or not, we often take it for granted. For those of us who haven’t been there, it’s hard to imagine the difficulty that poverty inflicts on a person’s life. We can all understand simple concepts like hunger and lack of basic necessities, but there are many more facets to poverty, subtle and insidious, which evade our collective awareness, and chip away at progress and opportunity. Continue reading Got an Old Laptop? A Kid Needs It to Get Ahead! Check out This List of Places That Will Gladly Take It.
Free as in no cost?
Free as in freedom?
Free as in no value?
The word “free” can elicit many different emotions. And we all know emotions play a huge role in marketing. So, is using the word “free” in your marketing campaigns dangerous? Or can it be genius? Continue reading “FREE” — Is It Genius or Terrible to Use This Word in Your Marketing Campaigns?