As a 10 years as a web developer, one of the most difficult tasks I’ve seen my clients deal with is the issue of email spam. Spam emails are those annoying unsolicited messages you receive daily from all corners of the globe. Most are from senders who don’t know you who are trying to sell you Viagra or getting you to claim an inheritance from some royalty in South America or are fishing to trick you into providing your personal information.
Small business friends and clients, today I want to talk about a new product I’ve stumbled across that will help you with your blogging. The website is called SpeechTexter. What it does is it uses a component of Google Chrome, to allow you to type into a program like a notepad that transcribes what you say as you talk.
Small business friends, you need to have great SEO for your website. So outside of hiring an SEO specialist what can you do to improve SEO? Here are my 10 quick and simple tips you can do to improve SEO.
When I started the web design business 10 years ago, the hardest discussion I had to convince clients to do was to buy a website. Three years ago, the biggest issue was to consider a redesign for mobile responsive. So what do you imagine is the answer to that question in 2019?
It’s time to consider an additional business landing page.
One of the biggest important things for Google rankings among many things is a website speed. While it is true that no one really knows how Google decides to rank an article they do give us hints and they give them quite often. One of the things that they have told us flat-out is very important to them is website page load time. They even provided us with a free tool that helps us analyze our site.
My profit in my website business has doubled since last year. I wish I could tell you that the difference was I improved my marketing, referral business, and found the secret to Google Ads. I have done some of that. But the real biggest improvement I have changed is… I started hiring virtual assistants.
For the past 18 months I have stopped listening to the radio and have logged 500 business podcast hours in my car. Counting classroom and study time, that is the equivilant of a 4 year college degree, just by replacing time you already spend in your vehicle. As a business person, how can you afford to miss this educational opportunity. So where do you start? I’m so glad you asked…
With more and more of our clients starting or adding eCommerce to their websites, I thought I would share Laurice Wardini’s great article and infographic from Subscriptionly.net on the 60 Stats & Trends that Will Define the Future of eCommerce. Enjoy!
Last month we focused on 2X Your Business in 35 Days with an aggressive online marketing campaign. We didn’t quite double our business during those 35 days, but we did achieve a 44% growth over July and we sketched out a marketing plan that is starting to work.
When I was a kid I watched my parents flipped pages through the phonebook to find a plumber. Because everybody and anybody advertised there. As a 48 years old businessman, I would probably “Google” one on my iPhone (of course you should have a website that’s mobile responsive).