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How Do You Protect Your Blog From Hackers?

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A Google user wandered into Matt Cutt’s personal blog and noticed that it uses WordPress. The visitor wonders how Matt is able to keep his site safe from hackers given the platform’s tendency to suffer from attacks. Matt shares three of his strategies:   Update Frequently   Hackers exploit known vulnerabilities in old versions of…

5 Reasons to Use Social Media for Your Business

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No matter if you love them or hate them, Social media sites are here to stay. Combined, social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube and Pinterest, have more than 2 BILLION users. With the massive amount of people using social media sites, there hasn’t been a better time for businesses to join…

Are You Retargeting Your Visitors?

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Did you know that only about 20% of all first-time visitors to a website will become a conversion on that visit? That means 80% of your site’s visitors are leaving without converting, even if they want to. With shopping cart abandonment making major waves in the eCommerce industry because of how recoverable these consumers are…

The Demise of Google+ for Your Business

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Over the last few years you have probably heard about, or seen Google+. It was touted as the next big thing and backed by Google’s billions of users, you would think they had a decent chance of success. They even forced their own users to sign up to Google+ before they could interact with some…

Making Your Call To Action More Actionable

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The standard call to action has become far too recognizable for the Internet savvy masses who know a hard sell when they see one. They know when they click “Sing Up Here” that they are likely going to receive spam. They know that when they click “Buy Now” they are going to have to spend…

Tuning Up Your Marketing Strategies for More Effective Returns

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A good marketing campaign is much like a luxury car, it’s going to get you to where you’re going without too many hiccups, but you’re still going to want to have it serviced along the way to make sure it’s in optimal running condition. The smallest problem in a marketing campaign (or car) can snowball…

How to Improve Churn Rate – Part 2

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Welcome to part two of this series on reducing churn rate. Let’s jump right into a few methods for keeping customer retention high and making sure no one is jumping ship! Shamelessly One-Up Savvy businessmen and women know that keeping an eye on the competition is key, and nowhere is this more important than in…

Social Media Marketing Tips That Works

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Marketing your business through social media is quickly becoming a necessity rather than an option. If you’d like to see how this can positively affect your business, keep reading for great ideas on how you can utilize these online platforms to market and advertise your company, product or business. If you are going to create…

Making it Hard to Say No Gets More Yeses in Marketing

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The last thing we want to hear from our leads is one simple word: No. No is the death of a sale, the end of a funnel, the loss of a lead. So while it might seem pretty obvious that you want to give your leads more chances to say yes, some internet marketers don’t…