Structuring your site is a crucial element of SEO. If you want to generate more traffic to your website, you should create a structure for your site that makes sense to Google and your site’s visitors. In this post, I’ll explain why site structure is such an important aspect of SEO. Structure shows importance to… Read More »
In this blog post let’s see how you can change the tile, tag line and date of your WordPress website. When you have just installed WordPress, everything in the website is by the default WP setting and you need to edit it according to what you want. The title and tag line as well as… Read More »
An enquiry came in today about ‘how do I keep my eBook secure?’ Let’s look at the various ways to help increase its security. The answer depends on whether your ebook is hosted by a retailer, e.g. Amazon or iBooks or Smashwords, or is in PDF form on your own website. The retailers, although letting… Read More »
To grow a successful business, you need to be able to market to customers online and then communicate with them effectively. There are plenty of methods you can use to improve your online customer relationships. Here are some top tips from members of our small business community. Keep These CRM Influencers on Your Radar If… Read More »
Live video marketing has become a sensational trend in the online marketing community. Thanks to the introduction of Facebook Live and a number of competing social mediums, brands are working harder than ever to bring valuable, interesting live videos to their customers. But what is it that makes live video successful, and how are brands… Read More »
Twitter has always been a place to get immediate customer support from brands. Many one-one-one interactions happen in the public eye though (which sometimes feels like a spectator sport watching someone demand help from a company). Understandably, brands will try and shift these conversations away from the public view and move the conversation into a DM, also… Read More »
The background I work from local coffee shops probably 4 days a week. Our team is spread out all over the country so it doesn’t make sense to have an office for one person. I also love the ambient sounds of a coffee shop.
When people shop in a store, they kick the tires. They feel the fabric. They turn the cabbage over in their hands. In “Life of Brian,” Harry the Haggler implores Brian to “Look at it. Feel the quality.” You can’t do that for your customers on the Internet. Or can you?
We ALL know that social proof works well and that it’s important, so why are so many businesses getting it wrong? *News Flash*, there’s more to social proof than just trust seals and the “As seen at” section on your site. Somehow, social proof has become yet another conversion optimization tactic used in a completely… Read More »
Are you looking for mobile apps to manage your WordPress site on the go? Running a successful website requires a lot of time, and its hard to sit in front of a computer all day. In this article, we will share the best mobile apps to manage your WordPress site using your phone.