You can’t interact with any form of media these days and not hear about Twitter. TV, radio, print, web, mobile and face-to-face networking are all jumping in. Big traditional media, big business, big stars, big sports … all on Twitter.
Two things happened last week that had me thinking about Internet marketing and the opportunity for success a business has with it. It also made me think about why companies seem to be held back from exploiting the benefits of marketing online.
In our industry we often hide behind browsers, Internet connections, email and our web designs. Just where are these web design experts working everyday? So here is a look at our office space. We moved into another section of our 100 year old building this winter as we found a renter for our old space. It still needs some TLC, but you get the picture.
I was very fortunate to get to speak at the Buffalo, MN Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Luncheon today. I presented on some ideas to help a small business website succeed, search engine optimization (SEO) and web analytics. I think I only put one person to sleep and the group had a lot of great Internet marketing questions in the follow-up.
Our last post looked at the new Google search features incorporating local search results into regular search queries. For many search terms you no longer need to apply a city and state to get local results.
Google is looking to help users find more local information by placing local search results in non-local search queries.