Jessica Huhn — June 18, 2019 — June 18, 2019 loufre / Pixabay Ready to launch a referral program and tap into the power of trusted recommendations? You’ll need to create a referral program FAQ. Your existing customers are your best advocates, so you’ll want to make sure they have all the information they need … Continue reading Examples Of What Your Referral Program FAQ Should Contain
Taylor Gordon — June 17, 2019 — June 17, 2019 cloudhoreca / Pixabay The age-old debate—should you charge by the hour or per project? I’ve preached charging per project for the last several years because I started my career charging hourly and got severely underpaid. When charging per project, you can increase your fee based … Continue reading Should You Charge and Invoice by the Hour?
Choncé Maddox — June 17, 2019 — June 17, 2019 No matter what type of business you run, accepting credit card payments is strongly recommended. When I was 18, I used to work at a minimum wage telemarketing job where I’d call small business owners to persuade them to buy our company’s credit card processing … Continue reading Why You Should Accept Credit Card Payments Despite Processing Fees
Laura Donovan — June 13, 2019 Follow @thewordpro — June 13, 2019 geralt / Pixabay Regardless of the size of your business deciding who will handle your digital marketing needs is a standard question. Digital Marketing encompasses the Social Media, Reputation Management, Email Marketing, Video Marketing, SEO, blogging, generally all online related marketing. There are … Continue reading 3 Reasons You Should Outsource Your Digital Marketing
Todd Kunsman — June 13, 2019 Follow @OhSoFreshMusic — June 13, 2019 I’m sure you are probably hyper-aware that social media networks have become a juggernaut for businesses. Whether that is growing the brand, reaching the right buyers and customers, using social media for sales, keeping up with customers and employees, or even finding top … Continue reading Why Your Company Should Encourage Employees to Share on Social Media [Infographic]
Brooke Tomasetti — June 12, 2019 — June 12, 2019 You need more than just a budget in place before starting paid social advertising—that is, if you want your paid social campaign tests to have the best structure in place for success. Whatever platform or platforms you’re planning on allocating spend to, set yourself up … Continue reading 6 Things Your Company Should Have in Place Before Starting Paid Social Advertising
Small businesses need time and context to evaluate traffic retention, quality backlinks and conversion rates. Grayson Kemper on June 11, 2019 Small business owners increasingly understand that website success depends on developing and implementing an SEO strategy. More than one-third (36%) of small businesses already have an SEO strategy, and an additional 23% plan to … Continue reading 3 metrics small businesses should track to measure SEO success
Thomas Griffin — June 8, 2019 Follow @jthomasgriffin — June 8, 2019 Bloggers around the world hope to make money with Google Adsense, affiliate marketing, and by asking for donations via platforms like Patreon. Believe it or not, there is an easier way to make money with your blog. Today we are talking about membership … Continue reading How to Transition from Blog to Membership Site and Why You Should
Susan Friesen — June 4, 2019 Follow @eVisionMedia — June 4, 2019 Your 2019 Guide to SEO Outsourcing If you’re the owner of a small business, you’ve got dozens of tasks on your mind: generating leads and sales, personal branding, social media marketing, employee payroll… the list goes on and on. How much thought and … Continue reading Should Your Small Business Hire an SEO Specialist?
Victoria Taylor — June 2, 2019 — June 2, 2019 Having a YouTube channel is a great way to put your content in front of over a million viewers. Plus, YouTube videos tend to have a longer shelf life when compared to content on other platforms. But once your video content is uploaded, you’ll still … Continue reading 12 Youtube Analytics Every YouTuber Should Know