In case you live under a rock – and I admit, I am delayed in the amazingness – Facebook has recently introduced (in a slow roll out, sadly none of the pages I administer have it implemented yet…) a “call to action” option. Located next to where a potential fan would typically ‘like’ your page, you can … Continue reading Facebook’s New ‘Call to Action’ Button!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 7,300 times in 2014. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 6 trips to carry that many people. Click here to … Continue reading 2014 in review
Social Media is a wonderful mufti-faceted innovative way for businesses to grow and develop leads. It helps search engine optimization, it helps build brand awareness, engage with clients and/or potential clients, and more! And with the changes in Facebook in recent years as well as many of the other major social media platforms – … Continue reading 6 Steps to Organically Growing Your Social Media Following
I remember meeting with the infamous Matthew Roda of Roda Marketing – when he had asked me (after reading my Lancaster, PA edition of Digital Marketing Websites…. wha?) if he thought I was searching for the same terminology that others ‘not in the field’ would be searching for.
In the moment – I thought of course?! What small – mid – ( or even large) sized business that needs digital marketing efforts doesn’t look up things like “Digital Marketing” or (internet/online/some variation of such). However, the reality is, Matthew might have been onto something… Or AT LEAST, I’m hoping… Because as it turns out? South Carolina might not be a haven for digital marketing.
But alas, as always – here’s what I was looking for:
Responsive Website Template
Social Media– Links to share, and links to company pages
Content– The ability to manage & create engaging content
And how did ‘South Carolina” measure up? (Or some of the major metropolitan areas within since the term South Carolina wasn’t so … helpful….)?
Any time I meet a new client, and they realize ‘what it is I do’ – they immediately jump my back and assume whatever it is I do – is ‘illegal’ or ‘black hat’ or ‘beyond what the government does’. Which is beyond FUNNY; because truly, all I do is use the resources available to … Continue reading Stalking Not Necessary… How to Stay on top of your Competition!
I purposefully avoid writing about personal things on this blog – focusing merely on suggestions, tips and help to support the amazing world of digital marketing & inbound marketing that I am so happy to be a part of. However; recently a young lady – Cassidy Stay, the lone survivor of a massacre in Texas … Continue reading Happiness can be found in the DARKEST of times if one only remembers to turn on the light…
“What is Inbound Marketing” Imagine your business as an individual → and your attraction (or desire) being ‘Bacon’. You don’t need information to be told about bacon. YOU CRAVE bacon. You don’t need to be TOLD about bacon –> the attraction is already there. You want it. You NEED it. You MUST HAVE IT. Inbound … Continue reading Be the Bacon of the Digital World!