Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of getting your website to be listed at the top of search engine searches, most importantly, Google. This process can be a time-consuming and expensive process. Enduring Edwin is here to remind you to set a budget your comfortable with, and be patient. Remember, all good things to those who wait!
You worked hard to get people to "like" your Facebook Page. Now follow these rules to make sure you they don't change their mind. 1) Use proper punctuation, grammar and spelling. You want to look professional, so don't type like you're writing a text. 2) Do not cause or get involved with any drama. Before you post something on your business page, ask your self, "Would I say this to my client in a face-to-face meeting?" if the answer is "no" then don't post it on Facebook. 3) Always be positive and nice when responding to fans on your page.
LinkedIn has proven to be a formidable opponent. I haven’t gotten any traction on my new company page, but my LinkedIn personal profile views have skyrocketed. Is this truly the problem with the way LinkedIn is set up or am I just not grasping how to use this network effectively? Only time will tell. I don’t have any experience with getting traction on LinkedIn, nor can I find any articles that have definitive examples. The articles I read are all very basic with tips like “create a company page” (which I have) or “participate in groups” (which I
If I were to ask those of you who have a marketing website how much you spent on it, the answers would range anywhere from zero dollars to tens of thousands of dollars. If I were to follow up that question by asking how well you feel your website has worked for you, you might expect that the more favorable responses would lie with the people that had spent the most money. Well, for those of you who are not looking to empty their bank accounts to start their online marketing, I’m happy to report that the money
LinkedIn is the third fastest growing social media platform with most of it's users being from the United States. Join me as we master this powerful lead generation platform together. I will be posting an insider view to my LinkedIn Analytics and strategies. Post comments and questions below to start a discussion so we can be LinkedIn Success. Join me on Twitter for real time updates: @linkedinsuccess Make sure to see Day 1 Stats. Join me on Facebook for more tips, tricks and tutorials: https://www.facebook.com/lindseysweb
I set up my LinkedIn company page here. I have two followers, me and a ghost account, so I can see what outsiders see. My reach and engagement are at 0. We only have up to go from here. My plan is to get everything set up and filled out and then invite the 500+ personal profile connections I have over to the new page. Post comments and questions below to start a discussion so we can be LinkedIn Success. Join me on Twitter for real time updates: @linkedinsuccess Join me on Facebook for more tips, tricks and tutorials: https://www.facebook.com/lindseysweb
Click here to get your list of the top 10 most powerful places to get your business listed online. Below is the crib sheet from my Get Listed on Google Marketing Minute Video. Follow the steps below to get listed on Google's local results. 1. Create a Google account. 2. Go to business.google.com 3. Select your business type. 4. Search for your business to see if there is already a listing or if you need to create one. 5. Complete the information in your business listing. 6. Select how you would like to receive your verification code. 7.
I am sure that many of you would like to start, or improve, your online presence, so I thought it might be useful to share with you the origin of this blog and my Facebook page. A while ago I was having a conversation with my business partner about how the most enjoyable aspect of my job was sharing things I have learned about conducting business on the web with passionate people who were looking for a little guidance. There is a lot of information on the web, but more often than not, it's not presented in a
Yesterday I talked about a chemistry teacher/entrepreneur who had decided that Facebook wasn't worth taking seriously, and turned that responsibility over to his younger partner. After seeing no results I advised him to try again, but this time take it seriously and do things correctly. I'm happy to report that he gained quite the following and found success that exceeded even his wildest expectations! Missed yesterday's post? Click here for the wrong way to utilize Facebook.
One of the best parts of my job is meeting entrepreneurs. A while ago, a chemistry teacher came to me asking for advice on how to generate customers for his new business. I advised him to use Facebook, but he told me that Facebook is "for kids" and he wasn't interested. He decided instead to turn over those responsibilities to his partner, who he said was more of a "Facebooking Type." Well, things didn't go as well as he'd hoped. I convinced him that he needed to take his social media campaign more seriously. Check back tomorrow to