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In these days of social media. the success of your online or offline business depends not only on the quality of traffic to your website, but how much social recognition and interaction your business can gain on each network. Google is not just looking for links to your site, but how long people stay on
Great news: our popular business and marketing author Joan Mullally has written a useful article on LinkedIn about Postcard Marketing and what it can do for your business. If you have a bricks and mortar business and are trying to drive more customers in the door, postcards can help in a range of ways. If
*** WARNING: BEGINNING A BUSINESS ONLINE? OR STRUGGLING FOR MONTHS TO TRY TO GET SITE VISITORS? DO NOT READ THIS GUIDE UNLESS YOU ARE PREPARED TO DEAL WITH TONS OF TRAFFIC TO YOUR WEBSITE OR BLOG! *** Every single internet business is in search of the Holy Grail of online marketing: TRAFFIC. However, many traditional
Success online is in part about getting more traffic, but you do not just want any old site visitor. You want an eager one interested in your niche who will take action at your site, registering, buying, commenting, passing along your information to others, and generally being enthusiastic about your niche and the products and
Many local business owners of bricks and mortar stores feel that modern marketing methods do not work for their business. While it is true that the Internet and social media seem to be more global than local, when used correctly, they can be a great way to drive more customers to your local business. As
How to Enhance Your Career Prospects by Building an Impressive Personal Profile Online by Evelyn Trimborn and Carolyn Stone If you are looking for a new job, or a better job, what will YOUR prospective new boss discover when they type your name into a search engine? It’s time you faced the truth. Seventy-five percent
by Joan Mullally and Evelyn Trimborn Marketing has never been easy, but an integrated marketing plan for your business becomes more difficult almost every day due to new websites and technologies being launched so frequently which seem to offer exactly what most businesses are seeking: a steady stream of eager customers. In this guide, the