This week, a controversial Gallup poll declared that social media was all but useless, and that nobody was influenced by social media ads and it was all a bunch of hooey. I was immediately suspicious that results from the Gallup survey were skewed by the print and TV media. Mainstream media are late to theContinue reading “Is Facebook fan page advertising useless?”
When it comes to marketing and promoting yourself or your business, think like a search engine. A search engine is all about the Law of Attraction. It is about Pull not Push. Search engine marketing is about creating content with specific key words and waiting for it to be found by the exact people seekingContinue reading “Personal branding: Think like a search engine. It’s all about attraction”
If there is one thing I could ask all of my clients to do it’s this: Please focus your brand. I know, I know. We’re all wearing many hats now. Multiple revenue streams are one way people cope with the challenge of today’s economy. We’re afraid to turn down business so we try to beContinue reading “Will you please focus your personal brand?”
1. Use “Share This” widgets to shamelessly self promote. Whether you’re using WordPress or any other blogging or web development tool, you can use the “Share This” widget on your website to quickly promote your posts . Just install the widget on your site and right after you file your post share it shamelessly!Continue reading “7 lazy ways to shamelessly promote your blog and social media posts to get more traffic”
This article was selected as 1 of 1 million WordPress posts to be on Freshly Pressed where it created a momentary sensation and 15 minutes of social media fame for me. It’s two years old now, and clients are still making excuses so I am running it first to remind you all that it’s aboutContinue reading “Seven lame, business-killing excuses for not having a social media presence.”
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) organizes the pages on the website for both the search engine spiders and the visitors to the site. Search engines look for your site based on combinations of words on the site. The more words you have on your site, the easier it is to find. That’s why a blog is so much more effective than a static webpage.