Have you met our “new Holly?” If you haven’t had the pleasure of doing so (and even if you have), you’re sure to love this fun and insightful interview with T&S Online Marketing’s new project manager, Chloé Gee.
You may already know that blogging is a great opportunity to showcase your knowledge as a subject-matter expert. It’s also an excellent tool for SEO, keeping your clients up-to-date, and engaging your audience in a way that builds trust and rapport!
I love Facebook. And plenty of our clients have a Facebook Page for their business or nonprofit. But if you’re creating a Facebook Page yourself, you may get stuck on the very first step of the process when it asks you to choose your page type. So how do you know which type of Facebook Page you should create? Let’s find out!
I’m a huge YouTube fan. I’ll pass many evenings sitting on the couch or lying in bed watching YouTube videos. I subscribe to a number of channels. And that’s because those YouTubers are building their audience the right way.
Okay, okay, I can see you rolling your eyes already. Maybe you aren’t hiding your contact information on your website, but do you have it in multiple places? Are people calling your office from your website, or are they surprised to hear you have a website? Can prospects find you from what’s on your website?
When you search for something on Google, have you noticed that the first few results have a little green icon that says “ad” on them? Those search results are the product of paid advertising through AdWords.