This month's blog will be focusing on email marketing.
You can imagine my excitement when I saw an email come through from my friends at H2H Consulting talking about Email Marketing as well, specifically Email Marketing Trends for 2021.
Check out their blog post about Email Marketing Trends that you should know about.
I am thrilled to be posting about another one of my colleagues.
Hillary Norfleet is a Freelance Contract Web Developer and owner of On Time Web Development. Let's hear from her in her own words.
Over the past 20 years, I’ve built, maintained, and optimized well over 300 websites. This experience translates into polished, sophisticated websites that load quickly, perform reliably, and instantly connect with visitors.
One thing that sets me apart from other developers is that I’m a Google Certified Expert. Using search engine optimization and tools like Google My Business, Google Search C
I'm proud to have Dawn Verbrigghe of Jottful talk a bit about her company and how they help small businesses with developing websites.
There are really three ways to get a website for your business.
The first option is to hire someone to build the website for you.
With a website built from scratch by a designer or agency, you can ensure it reflects your brand exactly as you wish. Many websites created by designers are built on the WordPress platform, giving your business access to all the plug-ins available in that software.The d
If the answer is yes, then check out my blog, 4 DIY WEBSITE BUILDERS FOR STARTING YOUR SMALL BUSINESS WEBSITE.
If the thought of building your own website sends shivers down your spine, then I have a solution for you…
This week I'll be highlighting 3 outsourcing options:
• McArdle Media • Jottful • On Time Web Development
Today I'll talk about what McArdle Media can do for you.
If you are looking to create a basic website, your typical 5 page site with a home page, about page, contact me, et
Creating a website can seem like a daunting task. And it can be if you don’t have the right tools. The good news is, with the right tools, you do not have to be a coder or know anything about coding.
Here are some DIY website tools that you can use to create your own website.
WordPress offers 2 different options: WordPress.org and WordPress.com. These options are different, so before you create a WordPress site, you need to know the differences. One main difference is that a .org site will need to be hosted and maintained by you. The .com option hosts the site for you.
WordPress is a great DIY option, but it does have a bit of a learning curve. You are a
A website is crucial to today's businesses. Many people rely on the internet to make their buying decisions. Here are 5 reasons your business needs a website.
When your customers are searching for your and your products and services, they expect that you will have a website. Having a website lends credibility to your business. If they cannot find you online, it is possible that they may move on to the next product/service provider.
When you are closed, your website is OPEN! You are able to display information about your business, your products, and your services even when you are not available.
This is also a great way to generate new leads.
The other thing to
Studies have shown that using emojis in your social media posts can increase your engagement.What emojis should you use? When should you use them?Check out this HubSpot article by Daria Marmer, "Emojis Can Increase Click-Through Rates, According to New Data."
June is DIY (Do It Yourself) Marketing Month. If you are a small business owner, every month is probably DIY Marketing month.
Do you see that picture? That's me... a screenshot from a video I did a few years ago helping to promote a fundraiser for a non-profit organization.
I hadn't done much in front of the camera before. I was hesitant and shot the 2-minute video over 10 times.
It wasn't perfect, but I was able to publish it and help to raise money for the organization.
Wait... it wasn't perfect and yet still people responded? YES!
We spend a lot of time worrying about getting out content "perfect" before we post it, which often means that NOTHING ever gets posted. How long have you been thinking about posting on social media or starting a blog, only to overthink it to the point where you never post.
The video I shot didn't have perfect lighting, it wasn't perfectly scripte