You’ve got a fabulous WordPress website and you’re blogging regularly. You’re sharing your blog articles on your social networks and driving people to your website. You’ve got a terrific call-to-action (CTA) offer and are getting visitors to convert into leads.
Marketing is an essential function of any business who wants to draw new customers. Whether B2B or B2C, you have to promote your business so people know you exist — you need a marketing budget. Today’s marketing is way more
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
One thing’s for sure, anything having to do with digital marketing and technology changes at breakneck speed. I’ve been a witness to this since I created my first website back in 1995, yes, before the “Internet” was a household word.
Usually when someone asks me if they should do paid advertising or otherwise spending money marketing, I tell them — do everything I teach you for 3 months organically (non-paid). Then look at your analytics and see what’s working and