In another post, I told you about the change in Google My Business (GMB) – it’s just for local brick-and-mortar businesses. (E-commerce and home-based businesses click here.) Once you have your GMB account set-up and the verification postcard is on it’s way, or if you’re already verified (You’ll see the blue check mark), you can… Read more A Free Boost for Locals with Google My Business
If you’ve tried to setup a home-based or e-commerce business using Google My Business, you probably ran into a roadblock. Google changed Google My Business to be for local, brick-and-mortar businesses only! With mobile search increasing, having your local business come up in Google Maps is critical for your business to succeed. Here are more… Read more Important Google My Business Changes You Need to Know
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) – everyone with a website wants it. Yet, it can sometimes be elusive if not done properly. Now, I am assuming that you have a finished website optimized for the search engine properly by a webmaster worth their salt. Or maybe you’ve neglected your blogging for some time and Google forgot… Read more How to get SEO for a new Website or a Neglected One?
How your website is optimized for Google search (SEO) is crucial to being found when someone is searching for what you have to offer. I was walking my neighborhood one evening, a lady stopped me to ask directions. Lady: “Which is 11th?” Me: “11th what? There’s 11th Street, 11th Place and 11th Way.” Lady: “I… Read more Are People Who Need You Finding You?
Did an employee leave with your social media passwords? Or did you outsource your social media and they never gave you the passwords or administrative access? It’s happened to several of my clients. One client’s Twitter account was set-up by an employee using her work email address. She’s no longer with the company. Her email… Read more How to Avoid Getting Locked Out of Your Social Media