Why You MUST Have a Website in 2012

setting up a business websiteWebsites are no longer optional. You can no longer use the excuse that no one will ever look up your type of small business online. It’s just not true anymore. You see, everyone, even your grandma, logs on to look stuff up. No one uses those big yellow books anymore. In fact, most people do not even keep them in their cupboards any longer. Do you? Here are a few more reasons why you can no longer get away without a website.

  1. Competition: Who is your competition? Look them up online. Type their name into that Google search bar. Do they have a website? A social media presence? If they don’t, you’re lucky. You can beat them to the punch. If they do, well, shoot us an email. We can help.

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Starting a Business Blog | 7 Biggest Mistakes

How To Start A Business BlogJust because you have a website for your business up and running does not mean that you can stop, leave it alone and expect it to drive business to you until the end of time. That may have worked in 1999, but no longer. Websites are living breathing things that need to be constantly changing and evolving with the times. Here are some tips on what NOT to do:

  1. No Blog: Keeping just a stagnant home page or a boring catalog site that never changes is not enough for Google. You need to learn how to start a business blog, even if that means you need to find writers.

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10 Words Every Small Business Owner Should Know

get a blogAs a small business owner, you know that you need a website for your business. You’ve heard that you need to get a blog. But, what does it all mean? Here are some terms to get you up to speed in the world of business blogging.

  1. SEO: Search Engine Optimization. Hang around a chat room, forum or meetup long enough and you are bound to see that little group of letters a lot. What looks like just three little letters is actually what determines

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