One of the toughest things about running a small business is finding an efficient way to keep in touch with your customers, both old and new. There are many ways to do this – through snail mail, flyers in your Read More. . .
We’ve all seen it before, broken links and “photos” missing from a website. But these are just small glitches that are bound to happen from time to time in the day-to-day maintenance of a website. But what if you’ve managed Read More. . .
Let’s be honest – we all know why businesses create “newsletters”. We know that they’re going to use them to eventually ask us to do something or buy something. But your email marketing efforts really should focus on nurturing a 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. . .
You know as we get ready to jump into another Holiday season, I marvel at where technology has brought in the last 10 years. I’m just old enough to remember when people were actually afraid to take money out of Read More. . .
One of the toughest things to do online is trying to build an email list. It’s tough because people fiercely guard their emails more so today than they did 10 years ago. But the Internet is here to stay and Read More. . .
Building your email list is key when you are trying to find a new crop of prospects and customers online. It’s also an essential component in multiplying your business. In fact, almost all of your online marketing activities should involve, Read More. . .
Did you know that the first email was delivered 44 years ago? Neither did I. It was sent by Ray Tomlinson in 1971. . .to himself. So don’t feel bad if you aren’t tech savvy – even those who made Read More. . .