What’s Clogging Your Blog Traffic? 5 Things That Could Be Wrong

Blogging might feel like the bane of your business’s existence. You keep up with a regular blog schedule, write on riveting topics week after week, craft high-quality content, and then...crickets. What’s stopping people from reading your blog? It could be a number of things – many of which might have nothing to do with your writing and everything … [Read more...]

Simple Tech for Small Business Owners, Part Nine: Domain Names

Your small business website is a great way to build your brand and attract new customers. However, getting people to your website is the result of a number of factors, which mostly relies on SEO to pull in attention and search engine rankings. Even so, there’s another level of consideration that comes into helping people to your site: your domain … [Read more...]

Marketing for Your Brick-and-Mortar Store Pt IV: Increase Foot Traffic

As a brick-and-mortar store owner, you know that foot traffic is a large part of your brand’s success. The more people come into your business doors, the more revenue you’ll generate. What most people don’t consider, however, is that your foot traffic begins online in the digital age. Consider the following: According to BigCommerce, over half … [Read more...]

I Set Up a Business Blog – Now What? Part 3: Building Your Audience

What is a business blog without a loyal readership? Cultivating a blog that your audience will actually want to read is just the first step – now you need to attract users and incentivize them to keep up with your blog. “If you build it, they will come,” isn’t always the case with a business blog. Many of the most successful bloggers today had … [Read more...]

Going Viral: The Steps to Making Your Content Contagious

  It’s the age-old question that haunts writers of the World Wide Web, constantly on the minds of every user around the globe: how do I get my content to go viral? While there are a plethora of resources describing the benefits of SEO, perfectly inserted keywords, and other technical aspects, the main idea remains constant – you have to … [Read more...]

7 Signs Your Website’s Content Needs Improvement

Fifteen years ago, websites topped searches by cramming keywords into useless paragraphs in nonsensical landing pages. Five years ago, every business and business’s mothers started a blog to improve their site’s content and draw in customers. The rule was “write fast, write often.” The idea was that several 400 word posts several times a week would … [Read more...]