Just in case you’re looking for a domain name – GoDaddy is having a sale on .com (s) The price of all domains is increasing mid-January, so if considering going online, or making a change, this is a bit mroe of a sa vigns! Not your typical Christmas sale!Continue Reading... No Comments.
As small business owners you need advertising, and so become inundated with calls soliciting your ad dollars. The phone book has been dead for some time. Read this article from American Express, dated Nov. 2009! How do you decipher where to put your ad dollars? The above article mentions Yelp. Yelp began slowly years ago […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Clients want their websites highly ranked. If not using Adwords, or another Pay Per Click ad campaign there are a lot of ways to “work” your website. Blogging can be the simplest. Have a blog installed ON your website. The free blogs can point links to your website, but if your goal is to drive […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Online reviews drive websites. This is such good news for website owners: clients who are happy can make a difference in your business. But how to get reviews: ask. Attach a note/flyer to every invoice leaving your shop asking for a review. Begin by asking clients to use their favorite review source (such as Yelp!) or […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Many of my clients have received, or will receive via mail an official looking “bill” from Domain Registry of America. This sounds like a domain renewal. Since the expiration date(s) is/are accurate – it looks legit. What this really is offering is having you switch your registrant to Domain Registry of America, though that doesn’t really catch […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
One of the most fun ways of searching the web is through StumbleUpon. Create your profile, add a few interests, say photography and the results are spectacular. While I have little time for surfing, in my test I was stunned by the quality of returns. I never would’ve been able to search out these results in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
In 2010 Google made 500 changes to its algorithms. That is, in the way it chooses the websites to be returned in any given search. This year by October they had already exceeded that number. This makes driving a website a constant challenge. There was a time you could let your daughter or son handle […]Continue Reading... No Comments.