Face it. In today’s world, if you want to get new business, you need to be actively marketing online — and it’s called “Inbound Marketing”. What is Inbound Marketing? Back in the day, you used “outbound marketing” – broadcast and print – to get your message out there hoping that your target market saw it… Read more What is Inbound Marketing? Get Found Online
Unlike a for-profit business that usually has one main target market, maybe two, a nonprofit has several – at least 5 distinct ones. These 5 target market personas need to be clearly identified and embraced. You need to get to know them – intimately. You also need to find them in the social media networks… Read more 5 Target Market Personas for NonProfits
Facebook, because of its algorithm change in March of 2018, has become increasingly difficult to get an traction organically — that is, without paying for extra reach. Most businesses can’t afford to ignore Facebook, since it’s still the largest social media network with over 1 Billion users logging in daily. Yes, they lost some users… Read more The Challenges of Marketing on Facebook & How to Overcome Them
It seems like everybody’s on Facebook! However, even though Facebook provides free business profile pages, should you use that as your only online marketing tool? Yes, your Facebook page can serve as a website, but I don’t recommend it. Here’s why… You’re limited on what you can enter in the “about” section of your Facebook… Read more Can your Facebook Page Initially Serve as your Website?
I once did a consult for an auto repair shop in the Phoenix Valley. He had poor SEO and needed to boost the business to his local, brick-and-mortar shop. He had some social media profiles setup, but had no idea what to do. I did a Google search for “auto repair _____ (his city)”. His… Read more An SEO Tale of 2 Auto Repair Shops