You have questions… We have answers.
The internet is vast, and many times you will see a lot of technical terms and random acronyms that make no sense.
Or you will get news from some social media "guru" touting a digital marketing technique that is TOTALLY confusing to you.
You often wonder if you are getting left behind?
Yet all you really want is to get better results ... leads and sales ... from your website.
So with that thought in mind, I have taken your most frequently asked questions and answered them in this special section on my site.
“How much does it really cost to build a website?” How much does a website cost? Of course this is the first question that everybody always asks me. Although this is a very difficult question to answer, I will try to do my best here to explain some general pricing guidelines. The best way to […]
How to Create Business Blog…in 3 Simple Steps? Making a successful website or blog for a small business, isn’t as quick as you might think. By the time most folks have gone through the hassles of getting their website or blog designed, uploaded and live online they are DONE! They don’t want to hear anything else […]
“Should Your Small Business Website Be a Cornerstone in Your Marketing Plan?” Benjamin Franklin, said “Keep your business and your business will keep you.” Nowadays it should be “Keep your business website and it will keep you?” While most US school kids know that Franklin was America’s first diplomat and was one the our founding fathers as […]
A: “Do I really need a website for my local business? Aren’t “websites” dead? I was told that I could use social media to get customers instead.” Great questions! The short answers are yes, you do need a website and no, websites are not dead! I know, you’re thinking that with the influx of social media pages, […]
“Why Use Education for Marketing?” If you are like most small website owners, then building rapport with your online visitors (potential customers) is important, right? So how do you build trust in a world filled with people who say, “I Won’t Get Fooled Again”? You educate them. Or what I like to call “teach to reach”. This is […]