Monthly Archives: May 2018


How to Generate Local Leads with YouTube Ads

Most small businesses don’t have a huge marketing budget. Sounds familiar, right? Advertising is expensive. You want the money you spend to stretch as far as possible – and that means finding advertising opportunities that are going to get you the biggest possible bang for your buck. There’s no shortage of options. And one option that you may have overlooked is something that you’ve probably spent a lot of time on as a consumer. I’m talking about YouTube ads. You probably visit YouTube often – maybe you even go there more than......

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7 Ways to Acquire New Customers

A stagnating business is more likely to fail than one that’s growing. I mean, let’s face it. That’s just common sense. Businesses that experience new growth – in the form of new customers – have an advantage over businesses that are barely managing to hold onto their existing customers. That’s not to say that customer retention doesn’t matter. It does! But attracting new customers is a must. And it can be expensive. In fact, research shows that attracting a new customer can be up to 10 times as costly as retaining an......

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5 Things You Should Know About Google in 2018

If people can’t find your website, they’re not going to buy from you. Sounds simple, right? It’s internet marketing 101. You can’t expect people to purchase your products or try your services if you’re essentially invisible to them. Google is the world’s top search engine. They also own YouTube, which is the second-largest search engine. That means that getting a high rank on Google can make or break your business. So, all you need to do is focus on the things that are most important to Google and you’ll be home-free. Except…......

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What’s the Definition of a GOOD Website?

Most businesses these days have a website. But is that enough to make your business a success? Is it enough to help your business grow and thrive? I don’t think so. I’ve seen some pretty terrible websites. Here, I’m talking about sites that are arguably worse than having no website at all. They’re amateurish, ugly, and worst of all… They’re ineffective. That means they don’t do a single thing to elevate the business they represent. They don’t attract visitors, and when someone lands on the site by chance, they don’t stick around.......

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