Thanks to our preferred partner, NameCheap, for this informative blog. In the early days of the Internet, a business that wanted an online presence had the relative luxury of simply adding “.com” after their name and registering the domain. Those were indeed the good old days, but alas, things aren’t quite as easy now. MyBusiness.com Just Won’t Cut It Today, there’s so much more competition for top level domains (TLDs)
Get some tips on how you can make your website rise in the ranks of the search engines.
Offering Value November 2018 In addition to what they pay for, what value do you offer your clients? Do you go above and beyond what they expect from you? There are lots of things you can do that give extra value to your clients and prospects. Monthly newsletters Do you send a newsletter with useful information? Newsletters are a simple way to keep your name in front of your clients
As a business owner, I’m sure you get a ton of emails every day just like I do. Keeping up with emails can take a good chunk of time every day. Dealing with the junk The first thing I do is clear out the junk. I set up rules (which you can do on a Mac) to send mail from spammers to my junk or trash folder and they’re gone
Grow your following We all have Facebook pages, but getting new followers is can be tough. Here are some tips to increase your following and engagement of your posts. 1. This one is obvious. You can buy page likes. However, when you buy followers, they might not remain followers. Some will follow for a short period of time and then disappear. 2. Using the correct demographics for your business when
Today is DNA Day and there are so many reasons to find out about your DNA. In my family, my brother had it done, along with a couple cousins. For me, since I already knew where my family came from, finding out in which countries my ancestors lived was a lot less important that the other information from DNA testing. DNA for family The great news is, we discovered new
… does it really exist? Why don’t more people see my website? You listen to everyone’s advice and you got a website, but no one is visiting. Why does it matter whether or not you have a site or not? The truth is that you just never know when a prospect may look to see exactly what is on your website and what you do. Almost every business, big or
After watching the Barbara Bush funeral on Saturday, I have been thinking about legacies. What will your business leave to the world? How do you measure whether or not your business, and you as a person, are successful? How do you define success? We had a discussion in my networking group today about this topic. Of course, there is the money definition. A successful person is one who has a
Lately there has been a lot of talk about hacking. Criminals are getting into corporate databases and getting people’s email addresses or even credit card information. For those hackers who get your email, they may send you something that can wreak havoc on your life. We’ve all received suspicious emails without knowing whether to open them or not. If you’re in doubt, do not click on any links or attachments!
Entrepreneurs of all industries have websites, but many business owners have no idea how to draw attention to them. While certain marketing like SEO (search engine optimization) is best left to professionals, you can do some things on your own to help put your website on the map. Some of these suggestions may seem like no-brainers, however business owners are not always well versed in the ways of self promotion.