When getting new business cards to start 2008 I added my Skype ID to my listing of contact information on my business cards. I use Skype quite a bit, it’s one more way to connect with me, so it made sense. Now that I have been growing addicted to Twitter, I think that having my Twitter ID on my business card would be an even better idea.
Email marketing is such a powerful and affordable tool, but I’m still surprised at how many small businesses fail to utilize it. Many businesses I talk to just seem to be overwhelmed with content ideas for what they can do with an email marketing program. With our email marketing services, we not only give a business a custom email design, an easy to use creation and management tool … we develop ideas.
With tonight’s NBA Draft looming I thought I would morph it a bit into the search engine optimization world. If I had to draft a team of SEO pieces to work together as a team to achieve search ranking greatness, here is what I would draft for my five SEO starters.
Colorado monogrammed gifts retailer, little dreamers, has big ideas for their new e-commerce website that went LIVE last week. Business owners Nicole and Paula sought a better web design to brand their unique monogrammed baby gifts and more and they needed it powered by an easy to use content management system and e-commerce solution. Five’s custom web design coupled with the SMC was just the right solution.
It was after watching a video on Twitter Marketing 101 posted on Doug Karr’s blog that I finally signed up for Twitter. I had probably made it to Twitter.com numerous times after reading other blog posts or print articles on Twitter, but for some reason I held off on getting involved. Looking back I compare it to late 2006 when I finally started business blogging after sitting on the sidelines (for far too long). Now 30 days into Tweeting, I have put out 73 tweets, the last one on writing this blog post. I’m following 41 people and in turn being followed by 34.