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The shady business of buying followers

If you purchase your social friends, I guarantee they will not be there for you. Continue reading

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Marketing Keywords to Know: January 16, 2014

Always keep your customers hungry for more! Continue reading

Stir Debuts October 1st

All this in under 100 pages, you will keep this book close by at all times! Tell your friends and colleagues to get their own copy, this book is too valuable to lend out. Continue reading

Take the Brand Strength Test

It’s time to give people a reason to stop stalling…and start buying from you. Continue reading

Marketing Keywords to Know: November 8, 2012

Asking these types of questions will help you paint a clearer picture of your target customer and allow you to make smarter marketing decisions that always cater to their needs. Continue reading

Marketing Keywords to Know: November 1, 2012

Whether you just need confirmation that you’re on the right track when it comes to marketing your business or you’re just starting out and you could benefit from expert guidance on a small budget, you have twelve opportunities this month to participate. Continue reading

Obvious News for the Weekend – Pictures Help Your Social Media Posts

Still at a loss about how to engage people via your social media profiles? Continue reading

Obvious News for the Weekend – Your Website is Not a Rider

Small business owners have taken on the personalities of Jennifer Lopez, Lady Gaga, Kanye West and Justin Bieber because they are burying information, too…on their websites. We call it the “Celebrity Rider Effect”. Continue reading

Obvious News for the Weekend – Google is Going to Ruin Our Lives Again

The omniscient Siri has stolen Google’s spotlight. She will find you a four-star restaurant within a 10 mile radius of you (if it exists), remind you to pick up your kids from soccer practice and only refer to your as “Dr. Fancy Pants” if you command her to do so. Google didn’t like that. Continue reading

Survey Results: Success with Blogs

Wordpress is the clear favorite, but some of the up-and-coming blog platforms like SquareSpace, Tumblr and Posterous are starting to gain notice, especially from designers. Continue reading