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Crafting the Perfect ‘How To’ Blog for Your Website

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Since Google is cracking down on website scraping (even though Google is the biggest website scraper out there giving viewers condensed content scraped from other sites right in a box at the top of SERPs), the ‘how to’ article has become a bit of a taboo. In reality, unless you have an entire site built…

Why You Should Break Away From Title Conventions In 2016

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How many times have you read a lame “5 Ways to Improve Your Bottom Line!” title, clicked through, and the been disappointed to find the same old generic, rehashed information on the other side? If you roll your eyes whenever these titles come up in your Facebook feed or from some marketer’s Twitter account, you’re…

Is Online Marketing Your 7pm to 2am Job? How To Make A Full Transition

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Often, people begin their online marketing efforts as a part time gig, with the transition of moving as soon as possible to fulltime self-employment. Unfortunately, as time goes on, far too many people find themselves exactly where they started out: Coming home from a necessary day job they don’t particularly enjoy, and working on their…

Marketers Ruin Everything, So You Should Be Fast

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Knowing that this is going to be mostly consumed by online marketers, know that the purpose of this piece is not to insult you. Instead, take it to heart as the advice of someone who cares deeply about your profession and industry. Marketers ruin everything. The great, loud, always-everywhere Gary Vaynerchuk is a fan of…

Choose the Right Social Media Platform with This Simple Question

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: when it comes to social media, you shouldn’t have a problem putting all of your eggs in one basket if you don’t have the time or budget for an extensive social media campaign. There’s nothing worse (in terms of social promotions and brand imaging) than putting…

4 Email Productivity Tips

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Email is a major time sink. We’re talking multiple hours per day for many busy individuals, and as much as half their workdays can be spent on email for those among us with high rates of communication with clients, contacts, and colleagues. What’s worse, people often feel like they’re being way more productive than they…

Why You Should Consider Getting Comfortable In Front Of A Camera

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The media through which we excel and sell out brand the best vary from person to person and organization to organization. The best way to get through to your customers becomes not only an exploration of their demographics and where they spend their time, but also of where you and your team can best come…

Building a Business vs. Raising Money

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Ten years ago, and certainly 15, this discussion would have been laughable. It’s the ‘debate’ between building a business and just raising money. Of course, anyone raising money will tell you that they’re actually building a business, and much of the time it’s true, but there’s still an important distinction to be made. These days,…

How To Attract Customers To Your Business Who Are Ready To Buy

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Do you need more customers? Are you sick of people visiting your website or business and not buying? Well keep reading as we will show you How To Attract Customers To Your Business Who Are Ready To Buy. Much worse than having no visitors to your website or business premises is actually getting visitors, but no…