Archive for the Small Business Marketing Category


A New Profit Blueprint for Making Money with PLR

If you’re struggling with putting your PLR to work, read this. Ronnie Nijmeh has developed a new Profit Blueprint Profit that will help you map out your path to wealth on one sheet of . . .

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Can a Twitter Server Crash Hurt Your Business?

You’ve worked hard to attract thousands of followers on social media sites like Twitter. Some of your income and marketing efforts are linked to your social marketing strategies. So what happens if a server crash suddenly wipes out your thousands of Twitter followers? Or your fan page on Facebook? Case Ernsting, who writes about social […]

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Social Marketing: Don’t miss Brian Solis on 21 Tips for Using Twitter and Facebook for Business

If you are looking for ways to make Twitter and Facebook more useful in your marketing, you will want to check out 21 tips for using twitter for business by Brian Solis.  Although many of his examples refer to big business, small business owners should find food for great ideas for their own marketing. This […]

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What do you think of the new Apple iPad?

From all accounts the iPad has a beautiful interface that promises to turn publishing, the Internet and mobile computing upside down. The day is fast approaching when we may get most of our information from an iPad or similar mobile device that is light and a joy to use. Well I recently bought Ian del Carmen’s “iPad Riches” with an […]

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What web pages should you include in special purpose websites?

Some websites have very specific purposes that require pages specific to the purpose of the website. Here are two of the most common examples. For example a squeeze page or optin page is designed for the purpose of generating leads for your business. It needs a compelling headline, brief copy to capture your visitor’s interest, […]

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What web pages should you include in your website?

Your overall goal should be to create a pleasant experience for your site visitors – to provide the information they need to build trust with your company, and to help lead them through the buying process. There are two answers to this question. Today we will explore the pages you find on general small business […]

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