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?
It never fails. As soon as I start prepping to present a class on social media, the networks change something. This week, not just one, but 4 networks had significant announcements and social media marketing news. LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest have new features or are launching something soon. Plus, there’s a new video app… Read more What You Need to Know in Social Media Marketing News
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
Since each social network has a different audience, you need to consider the type of company you are to better reach you target market. Is your company more Business to Business (B2B) or Business to Consumer (B2C)? Sometimes it can overlap. Simply put, if you sell more to businesses rather than directly to the end… Read more B2B vs B2C Which Social Network Should You Use?
The two most misunderstood social media networks are Twitter and Pinterest. If you’ve watched any of my videos, or taken any of my social media marketing classes, I liken the social networks to cars. Twitter is like a sports car – fast, newsy, it’s life in a 280 characters or less. It’s great for exposure… Read more The Pinterest Difference: Why You Shouldn’t Ignore It!