Now that you’ve recovered from your New Years Eve hangover and caught up on some sleep from the busy holiday season, it’s time to start thinking about your Internet marketing strategy for 2014.
Having just a website is not enough anymore. Don’t get me wrong here because having a website is absolutely vital to your online strategy. But the web is getting more competitive every year and if you truly want your business to reach its highest potential you should consider the following strategies.
I enjoyed the opportunity to speak at the Buffalo Chamber Quarterly Luncheon this week on Facebook. My presentation focused on small business using Facebook for marketing.
If you’ve been to a conference, workshop or presentation lately you’ve noticed. If you haven’t been able to make it to an event you wanted to … you’ve noticed. Twitter is buzzing with links, takeaways, highlights, photos and more everyday, from people at great events. Twitter is making events better.
Looking for a local business, service or product starts online for close to 3 out of every 4 consumers. I’m guessing that number reported by a recent Local Search Usage Study isn’t alarming to consumers or business owners these days.
I had a great time today sharing some of my web design and Internet marketing experience and knowledge with hundreds of real estate professionals at the Minneapolis & St Paul Real Estate Bar Camp event today.
I had the pleasure of attending the first Local University put on by GetListed.org in Spokane, Washington on February 4th, 2010. This one day event, provided a fantastic amount of local search, SEO, social media and other Internet marketing information to over 150 attendees looking to have a better grasp on how they can be more visible online.