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In a world full of messages pelting us every second of the day whether you are watching TV, using the internet, driving on the expressway, or even walking through your neighborhood, it’s often hard to deliver a message that truly grabs your target audience. After all, people do business with companies and people they…(Read More)

I recently read an article that stated that most small business owners think that they have an as-seen-on-TV “Set-it-and-forget-it” website. Today, I decided to run an analysis of the search engine optimization for about eight of my clients sites today. Many of their scores have dropped by as…(Read More)

Another Connections “Fiver” Report Five ways to improve your SEO Make sure each social networking site you belong to links to your website! Also add to directories Make sure your meta tags are relevant to what people are searching: -Title -Description -Keywords -Content Make sure each of your images has alt tags—adds content, search…(Read More)

Are you on Facebook? Do you have a Facebook page? If you own a business or professional practice, you probably should. You may have heard about “The Purple Cow.” I’ve made mention of it in past blogs and articles, but it’s worth repeating the meaning: If you were driving along the highway in…(Read More)

Welcome back to what I plan to be an ongoing podcast. Feel free to download these MP3s, put them in your MP3 player, in your phone, or on a CD, and listen away. Brian Tracy says that your car should be your classroom–play audio in your car when you are driving to and from…(Read More)

I just wanted to send a brief post about two great products I’ve recently acquired to help in my marketing: 1. Eyejoy (–FREE (or super cheap) video emails. Albeit, it’s not as robust as some of the other things out there, armed with a simple webcam, you can create powerful…(Read More)

I recently sent a batch of high-quality, personalized greeting cards to about 50 of my most recent clients. As usual, many of them called me, or I called them, and things went along their merry way… That is until I spoke with my friend, Tony Dinon of MVP Preferral Systems. He rather rebuked me…(Read More)

How many times have we met a sales person or sat during a guest-speaker presentation at a Chamber event and our minds completely turned off because that salesperson or speaker rambled on about what they did in their business? They spoke of themselves, and they spoke using the jargon of their industry, completely losing…(Read More)

Last year, I was introduced to Twitter. I started to notice that some of the people I was following had a REALLY cool, custom, and different look to them. I wanted to learn more about those people, and, subsequently, I started to follow them and their “tweets.” A friend of mine, Tony Dinon of MVP…(Read More)

Want about $500 worth of FREE information? Well, here it is… I was fortunate at one time in one of my former entrepreneurial ventures to have a company manage my social networks for me. For busy professionals and business owners, such a service can absolutely pay huge dividends. Unfortunately, that company, for internal reasons, faded…(Read More)