We all know that there are certain aspects of our business that could be improved or changed.
We all know this, but often we’re too busy doing client work, or checking emails or doing other stuff.
So when someone tells you to work “on” your business and not “in” it, or at least put some time aside to do this I’m guessing a lot of the time this is put off because the task seems too much of a mountain to climb, and you don’t necessarily know where to start.
So here are some ideas to give you a kick start: Read the rest of this entry »
Raise your hand if you want more customers in your business?
Raise your hand again if you want your website to generate those customers – AND automate the responses you give to these new customers!
Maybe this is you and your business?
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Organic (as always) is the best.
It’s the best food, best type of content, best everything. And for Facebook, organic is best because it’s free. Who doesn’t love free things?
As free and wonderful as Facebook is though, over the last couple of years they’ve gradually become sneakier with how far your organic reach goes. Read the rest of this entry »
LinkedIn has the reputation as the go-to place to grow your network online. Although often I meet people in business who really don’t understand why they have all these odd requests to connect to people they don’t know on Linkedin? Does this sound familiar?
And should you even be on LinkedIn? Read the rest of this entry »
As always, the best content is the winner
Rand Fishkin of MOZ.com recently posted another of his great ‘Whiteboard Friday’ videos, and it is interesting when something from your past comes back and slaps you in the face! Read the rest of this entry »
By adopting the Perfect Customer Lifecycle
So maybe you’ve been running a business for a while now, and you have regular customers, regular enquiries and business is ticking over. This is the regular customer lifecycle within most businesses.
But how would your business benefit (and grow) if it adopted the Perfect customer lifecycle? I might be being a bit presumptuous here, but I bet you can relate to these 3 areas of lost leads in your business. Read the rest of this entry »
Don’t ask me to buy your number one product on Facebook.
And definitely don’t ask me to like your page to be part of a competition. In fact, that’s now against Facebook’s rules for business pages, so definitely don’t do that!
We all roll our eyes when we see those ridiculously out-of-place, out-of-context salesy posts on Facebook and I can almost guarantee that we all just keep scrolling. That’s the reason why those type of posts shouldn’t be part of your social media marketing strategy and in this post today I’m going to tell you how to use your Business Page on Facebook correctly. Read the rest of this entry »
Many clients have told us in the past that the reason their business isn’t on Facebook is because they don’t want it confused with their personal account. Granted, you can’t have a Facebook business page without first having a personal profile, but that doesn’t mean that they will share the same content. Read the rest of this entry »
Many of you will more than likely have heard of SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) and its importance for the visibility of your website and its content in the search engines.
Well in this fifth (out of 8) instalment of my Content Marketing Series, I’ll explain the main principles that need to be understood in order to make your content marketing the most successful it can be. Read the rest of this entry »
If you press your ear up close to the World Wide Web you will hear a lot of chatter and the sound of an uneasy jungle! This noise has been slowly getting louder and the message is clear ‘The 21st of April is coming’!
So what is all this racket about?
Well Google is due to launch its mobile crawler which will index mobile friendly websites! Read the rest of this entry »