Ryan Deiss runs DigitalMarketer.com, I met him recently at an event and wanted to share these ideas with you…
We’re entering a time where “social networking” is not enough. Here’s the Pinterest stats for 2015
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There are many benefits to blogging, including visibility within the search engines and providing more information to the general public about your business. However, content marketing is of the utmost importance because it has to do with what information you are putting down on the website. The content has to be of quality and that’s… Read Article →
Have you ever noticed there are some activities that absolutely fuel your motivation, keep you going even late into the night and waking up early? And there are other things that completely drain you stop you in your tracks and require you to reset and renew your mind on a regular basis.
I heard something interesting this week from Ryan Deiss, who is a brilliant online marketer that understands online marketing not just in relation to online marketing services…which is what a lot of people do, but understands how to use online marketing in other outside markets, such as offline products and brick and mortar local businesses…. Read Article →
We all fall into this trap. “I just need to get my message out to a wider audience”, on the first page of Google, Seen by more people, etc. What if you didn’t need as wide of a reach as you think, yet get your message out more effectively?
How does first impression affect your marketing? It’s everything.
Online or Offline, business is still about people doing business with you when they know you, like you, and trust you. Here is one way Google has helped to bridge the gap online.
Everyone wants more traffic to their website. But it’s quite a mystery to most people as to where to find traffic and how to get it to their website. There is one important thing to consider first in order to get more traffic. What is traffic? When someone says, “traffic” it usually means large groups… Read Article →