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Our records show you haven’t updated your free Google Business listing Have you received this call? Did it sound like it was from Google? I can assure you, it wasn’t. Spammers are cold calling local businesses and claiming you need...
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How to Spot a Bad Website Designer In this article, I will give you the heads up on how to spot a bad website designer.  For the purpose of this article, we’ll call them “web jacks”. These are some things...
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Domain Alert final Warning – Don’t fall for this – it’s a SCAM! Domain Alert final Warning – It looks like an official bill, but if you pay them you are agreeing to services you probably do not want. The fact...
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What is a DDoS Attack? A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is an attempt to make an online service unavailable by overwhelming it with traffic from multiple sources. They target a wide variety of important resources, from banks to...
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When a potential customer calls your business, they are looking for answers, prices or an appointment. This first contact a potential customer has with your business is extremely important to them. This first contact is the most important part of your customer service.  It’s your first...
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By Colette Mason Site Pro News Five ways to Improve Your Local Business Website When customers don’t stay on your website for long, it’s hardly surprising you fail to connect with them and build the trust needed for them to...
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By Dave Davies Apr 16, 2015 Earlier this week Jayson DeMers wrote an article here on Search Engine Watch titled, “5 Ways to Use Your Competitors to Gain SEO Momentum.” While reading it I thought of how each area could...
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October 2, 2014 Content Marketing Strategies for 2015 By Tina Courtney-Brown in Article Marketing Featured Marketing Marketing has seen a massive renaissance in recent years, morphing from a game of hard sell tactics to a process that provides actual value...
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Since it was first introduced to the public in 2003, WordPress has become the most popular blogging system on the World Wide Web, as it offers users free top-notch blogging websites and tools. There are over 60 million websites within...
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Her’s a little insight into what people are thinking and doing when they are in a retail store.  Local shopping trends are becoming more mobile every day. If you own a local retail shop, it’s more important than ever to...
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So, you have a list.  Why aren’t people opening your emails?  It’s all about writing effective email subject lines. Understanding the psychology of your readers is the key to having your email opened. The most important part of your email...
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What is good web design? A good website design is a crucial part your business success. The design can make or break a website. This may seem a no-brainier to most people, but it is often overlooked, especially when free...
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October 11, 2013 How to Enhance Mobile Search Interaction By Christian Arno in Smartphones/Mobile Applications Mobile search is increasingly becoming the norm, as more users search for the things they need via Smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. According to the latest report from RKG,...
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Advanced Twitter Tactics for Small Businesses By Tina Courtney-Brown in Featured October 4, 2013 Getting an edge in any social media space is, to say the least, a very hard challenge. Rising above the sea of competitors and the ever-present...
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Info Graphic by http://www.slicktext.com/blog/2013/08/dont-need-mobile-youre-nuts-infographic/...
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In this article I will explain the differences between build-it-yourself website platforms and professional web design.  Let’s face it, with all of the build it yourself hosted platforms out there, it seems like nobody should be at the mercy of...
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You will find more statistics at Statista Between 1997 and 2003, global internet traffic grew at an average annual growth rate of 127 percent, from just 5 petabytes per month in 1997 to 681 petabytes per month in 2003. The...
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