Ahh … summer, beautiful summer! Your clients may be on vacation or a reduced work schedule and things have slowed down. This is the perfect time to catch up on all those to-do’s that have been floating around in your mind.
You’re not alone. Here are
That’s what happened to me last month. I belong to a mastermind group that meets monthly. In last month’s session I told the coach I'd been working on a new website for myself and it had gone on the back burner. She had me set
Typically when a client comes to us they have a mindset that their website content should be all about them. But if they want their website to bring in business that’s the wrong attitude. You have to tell the site visitor how you can help
Do you struggle with identifying your target market?
Do you know what the best ways are to get in front of your customers so they can get to know about your business, contact you, ask for your product/service? The usual answer is … it depends …
I can’t believe I’m talking about goals already. It still feels like summer with all this humidity lately but it is time to start thinking about what you want to do with your Internet marketing next year.
I got my first call last week from someone
As years pass when you’re in business you take things for granted. It isn’t until something happens that you get to take a step back and take a look at how the business has changed and how it’s evolved. A recent incident taught me to
It’s that time of year – everyone’s talking about their goals. Whether you set yours for 30 days, 90 days or for the whole year it’s time to think about where you want your business to be and how you’re going to get it there
I’m asking everybody … “what goals do you have for your website?” The most common answer is to increase traffic but should it be? Do you want just any traffic? Or would you prefer targeted traffic? You know, the people who are more likely to
What, you say? You usually get this goal setting topic in January? Well, that’s too late. You want your new plan thought out and put into place by January. It’s time to give it some thought.
Here are some things to consider:
What Worked and What Didn’t.