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Google’s New Search Changes Help Small Businesses and Nonprofits

Google recently changed the way search results are determined in a Google Search, and that can help small businesses and other organizations who are not doing much with SEO (search engine optimization). The old tricks, or gaming the search system,

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Build the Basics – Get a Strong Social Media Foundation

Success with social media begins with building a strong online profile and spring-boarding from there to develop an influential, ongoing presence. Develop a strong foundation, one that consistently showcases the breadth of who you are.  For example: Build your presence

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Killer Content is the New Free SEO Strategy

Worried that your messages are getting lost in the vastness of online space?  With all of the “noise” and competition for your customers’ eyes/ears/$, you are faced with a challenge.  How to create focused messages that get heard by the

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Enhance your B2B Marketing

The key to B2B marketing is to expand your presence so you will be found!  People will hire you and engage your services after multiple touchpoints, when  they have multiple reasons to pick you. Successful B2B marketing strategies center on

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Social Media – Begin with 10 minutes a Day

Success using social media begins with getting comfortable with using and engaging in social media networks online.  The key is to get into the social media “habit”.  I suggest to my clients that they do this for 30 days –

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