With so much to choose from these days, it can be really difficult to figure out if you really need a custom website for your business. I often recommend if you’re just starting out to save your money and use Read More. . .
These days it’s not uncommon for small business owners to just whip out their phone (at a wedding or an event) and snap a few quick photos or video clips to post on Instagram, Facebook or YouTube – to promote Read More. . .
I’m often surprised at the number of small business owners who want to teach themselves web design, because they think they can save money by building their own website. I had a web design business for nearly 10 years and Read More. . .
If you’re looking for an alternative to Canva or PicMonkey to produce images and graphics for your small business then this week’s post is for you. We all know that there’s more to creating content than just taking a few Read More. . .
I think it’s pretty safe to say, that in order to be a successful small business owner, you have to have an certain amount of “moxie”. You need to be a self-starter and unfortunately while having initiative can be a Read More. . .
OK you’ve got a website up and running. You’re working on your editorial calendar for your blog and you’ve even managed to set-up a lead magnet on your site to capture emails. You’re ready to go! Where’s the traffic? Well Read More. . .
You know there’s been a lot of talk and “buzz” on the web about taking your business to the next level by finding new ways to “monetize” your products or service. I’m a strong believer that leveraging the power of Read More. . .
If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you may have noticed that I write about what I think are some of the best tools out there for small business owners to use on the web. Well today, I’d Read More. . .
Keeping up with all of the social media buzz that’s out there can feel a bit all consuming. If you aren’t careful you can actually spend too much time on your social media marketing efforts. Now I know some of Read More. . .
So you’ve managed to build a pretty nice size list and have great clients but how often do you stay in touch with them? Who are all those people on your list and how many of them are prospects that Read More. . .