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2016 New Year Resolutions for Online Marketing

Posted on January 6, 2016 by | Leave a comment

2016 New Year Resolutions for Online Marketing
2016 is upon us, and of course, I'm late to my New Years Resolution. My resolution was to get this post out before the new year. Since people never know where to get started, I've compiled my list of "kick in the butt" online marketing things to push you in the right direction for a great start to 2... read more

Your Company’s Online Footprint

Posted on January 26, 2012 by | Leave a comment

Your Company’s Online Footprint
Years ago I used to tell clients- "Keep everything on your website, videos, pdf's, presentations, etc- We want them on your website!" Although we still want people coming to your website, we just can't ignore that people spend more time on other websites than yours! There are so many ways to get you... read more

How To Determine Changes On Your Website Redesign

Posted on June 27, 2011 by | Leave a comment

How To Determine Changes On Your Website Redesign
Every two or so years, websites can get to look a bit old. For every year in real life, the Internet goes through 12. Part of the reason for this innovation is Social Media. Social Media allows a massive amount of people to communicate and collaborate on projects, code, design, and just about everyt... read more

Are your visitors Bouncing?

Posted on November 3, 2008 by | Leave a comment

Are your visitors Bouncing?
Problem: You're very involved in Internet Marketing for your website and you're getting lots of visitors, but no one's staying! Even worse, they're leaving after the first page. This frustration is called The Dreaded "Bounce Rate". Avinash Kaushik, The Analytics Evangelist for Google, describes B... read more

Get your website indexed

Posted on June 15, 2008 by | Leave a comment

Get your website indexed
So you have a website up, and now you're waiting for visitors... and waiting... and waiting... Time to find out if your site is indexed.  To check it- go to Google or another Search Engine (SE) and in the search bar type: site:www.mysite.com  (replace "mysite" with your website name) This... read more