Monthly Archive: November 2014

Nov 25

Establishing Online Marketing Goals for your Business

Have you set your online marketing goals for the next quarter? Many small business owners don’t take the time to write down their goals. How can you know whether you are making progress unless you know what you are trying to accomplish? Goals help to drive activity. They keep you motivated and on track. Goals …

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Nov 20

Improving the Language on your Website

My friend and Website expert Adam Hommey shared a great insight on his blog recently. He wrote that many business owners have lost the spark in communicating effectively with their audience. To prove this, he says, “It feels like you’re having the same conversation every single day. Look at your ezines, blog posts, articles, teleseminars, …

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Nov 19

Tips to Create a Compelling Blog Post Title

Would you like to get more visitors to your blog? One of the ways to attract attention is to select a compelling blog post title. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Think about the blog post from the viewpoint of the reader. What will encourage them to open and read your blog post? …

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Nov 12

How to Use an Information Product to Build Your Client Base

It’s a fact that for business owners that offer a service, they are limited to how much work they can actually do in a day. Of course, you can hire staff to complete the work for you. Any company interested in growing should hire full time or part-time employees or contract out to remote workers. …

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Nov 06

Ely Delaney Shares Tips to Become a Better Networker

Marketing Expert Ely Delaney wrote a great blog title, 3 Tips To Become A Better Networker At Live Events. Ely starts his blog by talking about the importance of showing up early at events. Here’s what Ely had to say… “Want to quickly become the most remembered person at any event? Show up early and …

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Nov 06

3 Amazing Strategies to Joint Venture with Influential People

Small businesses often struggle to reach people with their message. A great way to get in front of more people is to find people you can partner with. A Joint Venture (JV) is simply a technique for two or more people to collaborate for mutual benefit. Here are 3 great strategies to Joint Venture with …

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