Category: Small Business
You may be a do-it-yourself kind of website owner. If so, having a basic understanding of how websites work will give your small business the online advantage it needs. Becoming SEO and social media savvy is also within your grasp. These simple tips and tutorials will help you succeed online.
How to Write a Blog Post: From Daunting to Doable
Do you struggle with the whole process of writing a blog post? Find it a bit daunting? Try this simple “What, Why, How” method to make it not only doable but worth your effort and time. Even part-time bloggers can learn how to get “unstuck” with these 3 easy steps. Blog Planning – Figure out Continue Reading »
Why Your Website Needs an SSL Certificate
Perhaps, you’ve just checked your website and seen the words “Not Secure” (before your URL) in the address bar at the top of a web browser. Now you’re wondering how to fix it. You simply need to install an SSL Certificate.
10 Reader Friendly Website Tips
When creating online content, do you pay attention to readability? Hard-to-read content can frustrate your online readers. If it’s not reader-friendly, you’ll have trouble getting your message across.
Hashtag Humor – Am I Funny Enough?
Whether you’re an individual, a small business, or a large corporation, it helps to be funny on social media. We all love to share things that make us laugh. That’s why funny posts often go viral. But people can’t get the joke, if they’re not in your audience. Let’s get them there with a dash Continue Reading »
Social Media Hashtags: Small Business Quick Start Guide
Many small business owners feel, deep down, that they’re wasting their time muddling through social media. If you find yourself in this frustrated group, don’t despair. Your social success may improve simply by adding relevant hashtags to your posts. This blog post explains how to find/create relevant hashtags, where to put them and why you Continue Reading »
Small Business, Consumers, Social Media: “Together Apart” against COVID-19
If you’re a small business owner experiencing a financial hardship right now, consider looking to social media to discover ideas that may help you adapt your business for long-term survival. Social media will also help you stay connected with your devoted customers who are thinking not only about your product or service right now, but also your well-being.
Don’t be Fooled by the Website “Wow” Factor
So you want a website with the so-called “Wow” factor. Your goal is to impress well-to-do clients with your striking, colorful design. You’re not alone.