Why I Prefer WordPress

Back in 1995, I discovered the World Wide Web. I learned how to write HTML code and launched my business, Creative Eye Marketing, in Miami, FL. Back then, if someone who didn’t know code, tried to edit their website, it was very easy for them to totally mess it up by accidentally deleting one little… Continue reading Why I Prefer WordPress

What is Inbound Marketing? Get Found Online

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… Continue reading What is Inbound Marketing? Get Found Online

When Digital Marketing Technology Doesn’t Work Right

Technology – you can’t live without it and sometimes it just doesn’t work like it’s supposed to. We’ve all had computers crash and Internet connections die on us. So what do you do when technology doesn’t work right? I taught a client how to share her boss’s blog posts with HootSuite and one time she… Continue reading When Digital Marketing Technology Doesn’t Work Right

Know, Like & Trust: Getting the Best From Your Social Marketing

People buy from whom they know and trust. Before they get to know you, the have to notice you. Before they trust you, they have to also like you. Social Marketing makes it easy for people to do that. You get noticed on social media by using the right strategy and tactics. People start to… Continue reading Know, Like & Trust: Getting the Best From Your Social Marketing

Taking Shortcuts in Social Media will Hurt in the Long-run

The social media offers are so tempting! Offers like “I will promote Your Website, Blog Or Anything 20,000,000 Members On Facebook Twitter for $5″ or ” I will add 32000 Twitter followers or 6000 Facebook likes for $5″ — seem too good to be true and they are! You do not want to do this!… Continue reading Taking Shortcuts in Social Media will Hurt in the Long-run