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Key #5 – You MUST Have an Effective Mobile Presence

By on May 16, 2016

It’s Becoming a Mobile World – Are You Ready? There’s no doubt that mobile browsing is taking over the online world: 50% of U.S. cell phone users have smartphones 55% of U.S. mobile device owners access the web 17% of all adult cell phone users use the read more

Key #4 – You MUST Utilize Social Media

By on May 9, 2016

What Social Media can do for your business Social Media replaces nothing, but enhances everything – Neal Schaffer

Key #3 – You MUST Have an Effective Email Marketing Strategy

By on May 2, 2016

Is email marketing dead? Not by a long shot!

Key #2 – You MUST have an SEO Plan

By on Apr 25, 2016

Creating an SEO Plan SEO is short for Search Engine Optimization And it is the most important thing you will do once you have a website (or blog) It’s how people find you. SEO can appear to be intimidating, but you can learn a few basics to get you started on the read more

Key #1 – You MUST Have a Website or Blog

By on Apr 18, 2016

You’re website or blog is your home It’s still #1 – It still doesn’t suck! I’m not kidding when I say this. You still NEED a website. In fact, I’ll go one step further. If you are a local business, you need a blog. A blog is a website read more

5 Keys to Online Marketing Success

By on Apr 11, 2016

Get the Basics Right First…then build your empire! Does Your Online Marketing Suck? What kind of question is that to ask? Nobody really thinks that their online marketing sucks – but most of the time, it DOES. How about YOUR online marketing? We all start out with the b read more

Divi WordPress Theme

By on Mar 30, 2016

Divi WordPress theme fulfills a need A few weeks ago, I downloaded the Divi WordPress theme from Elegant Themes. I always wanted to see what this drag and drop theme could do, so I thought I’d give it a try. I am very happy that I did. For some time, I’ve wa read more

Think of social networks as a house

By on Jan 5, 2016

Think of social networks as a house you don’t own Think of your accounts with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and all other social networks as a house… your house. The social network is the landlord. You can’t buy the house, but you are allowed to use it, subject to eviction with no notice. You can invite friends over for a visit. You can visit them in their houses. But the vehicle you use to move around remains in the ownership of the landlord. If he so chooses, he can stop you from moving around or limit your access to the means of transportation.   Who owns what? When friends come over to visit, you can connect with them, converse with them, sell them stuff, etc., but the LANDLORD owns them. You can also bring photos and videos into your house to exchange with your friends, but the landlord owns those as soon as you bring them into the house. And they...

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