There are dozens of Social Media channels for you to use to gain additional brand exposure. Choosing where to focus your efforts has a lot to do with your target market, and the type of customer you are after. Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram all have their own benefits.
Like any tool – the right one for the job isn’t always the tool you’ve got handy. When it comes to creating your website – is a tool like Squarespace, Wix, or Weebly right for your business?
We take look at Google and answer the Internet’s most searched questions for ‘How do I make my website…’
With dozens of social media sites available to you – which site do you focus on? Instagram? Pinterest? Facebook? Snapchat? The list goes on. We believe that for 90% of small businesses you only need two, and your market determines which one you should be focused on first.
Gord Sheppard is a meeting mastro – working with clients to develop techniques and strategy to make the most of valuable team time and maximize decision making opportunities. Along the way – Gord has a number of tools that help him keep on track, and help his clients achieve more. Learn more about Gord at http://createawesomemeetings.com/
Small and medium businesses often outsource their websites to the same people that manage their IT needs. That’s like getting your butcher to buy your spouses anniversary gift. (Not there is a problem with that of course, I know some very stylish butchers…) but it’s not what they do BEST. Working with an experienced firm to…
In this episode – Greg talks about automated site creation tools online, and the limitations of these sites for growing businesses. Never underestimate the value of an experienced web development team when it is backed by marketing experience as well as technical know-how.