Many marketers still don’t see the power of social media marketing because a lot of it is hidden. Just because you can’t always see the impact of social media doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. ~ Jay Baer
All small business owners want their websites to rank high in search engine results. And, while there’s no way to guarantee your business will land on Google’s coveted first page of results, there are a few primary steps you can take to improve your search ranking.
If you haven’t already considered integrating SMS text messaging into your marketing strategy, then NOW is a great time to start! SMS marketing isn’t new, and it continues to be one of the most powerful and cost-effective ways to grow a database of loyal customers (or donors if a non-profit).
The backbone of any small business is its customers. Without a steady influx of patrons, even the most creative and well-run enterprises will naturally falter.
The author says, the bigger changes and more frequent changes on your website are better.
The author, here, shares why you should have you own domain.
Here, the author shares how to extend and expand your business by setting up your virtual office.
Finding the right domain name for your business can be a daunting task. I spent more time researching and deciding on my latest domain name than I spent choosing my daughter’s name. True story. When it comes to a domain name, there’s no such thing as “good enough.” Here are three tips that’ll help you narrow down the list and get that one-of-a-kind, memorable name in your hands.
Business relationships sometimes end unexpectedly. And when that relationship is with your website partner, you might be left with an unfinished, unattended or hijacked site.
According to a poll from Content Marketing Institute (CMI) and Blackbaud, Nonprofits use content marketing, but not to raise money!