Do you spend marketing dollars on the yellow pages? If so, you might as well be burning it, as it has become an antiquated and ineffective approach to getting to clients and customers to your local business. When was the last time you used the yellow pages? Be honest! I know I throw mine away
You don’t want people who come to your website to feel like our guy above. There are really only two reasons for you to have a website. Number one is to get your business found online when someone searches for the products or services you offer. Number 2 is to get more clients or customers.
Less than 1/3 of all small businesses have a website, and yet, 97% of your potential customers are searching online for what you offer. The Internet is where it’s at! Nobody uses the yellow pages. All those fancy expensive ads in the local business and vanity magazines are getting ignored. So you need to re-evaluate
If you own a business in the Phoenix metro area, whether it be a law firm, pool builder, interior design, accountant, or even cosmetic surgeon… are you getting found online? Do you even have a website? If so, do you know what your ranking in google is, let alone what keywords you should be targeting?
I know you’ve heard it a few times online. In fact it’s quite the buzzword at the moment. TRUST. What does it take for you to build trust withyour market? This is what I call “the key to the kingdom” for your business to survive and thrive. The Internet can be a cold, non-trusting place,
I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching the past 6 months or so, and have really come to a conclusion about business success. I’ve always been a believer in taking action, but like most of us, sometimes do not practice what I believe. With that being said, I have a new phrase I’m going
I’ve been reading a lot lately about personal branding, and have become quite enamored with it, as the Internet has made it much easier to create a positive brand that can help you grow your business. What’s your brand say about you and your business? Or, are you even aware of it? If you’ve been
I have been thinking a lot lately of how we are so consumed with our personal situations, that we forget about the “other person”. They are going through similar situations too! What if we all changed our attitude and thought instead to pay it forward? If you haven’t seen the movie called the same thing,