The Democratic Party announced a timid war cry for the 2018 mid-term elections: A Better Deal. <crickets> Go ahead, try to come up with a weaker, less-effective combination of words. Maybe “marginal improvement!” or “slightly less evil!” The GOP has Frank Luntz; the Dems apparently have a committee of clerks. This branding train wreck will suck the […]Continue reading »
Is SEO really magical science?
No. That email promising to get you to #1 on Google overnight is a scam. Don’t fall for it.
Getting ahead of your competitors, finishing higher on Google searches depends on how you handle the Three C’s of Search Engine Optimization. The video explains that.
Disappointed with online lead generation? Find the cure! The video above shows you some simple steps to improve your chances of beating competitors in the selection set. SEO to get in it… First-time buyers will turn to search engines (Google and the seven dwarfs) to help them find what they need. Do you show up for […]Continue reading »
Don’t know? That’s a problem! You always lose sales from prospects you can’t see. Don’t measure? Have analytic tools in place, but never check them? That’s a problem, too! Gain insights from observing who’s visiting your website, which pages they visit most, which emails they actually open, what display ad or search engine brought them. Automate […]Continue reading »
Well… are they? Hell yes! We’re so passionate about the need for their extinction we wrote a white paper on the subject years ago (read it here). It’s still true. Why the hate? It’s a committee, for Pete’s sake. Humanity’s blockbuster weapon to prevent action. Many (and trust us, we’ve seen many) new product launches […]Continue reading »
The semi-colon: a 1% edge, and a shibboleth* Would 99% of your audience even notice if you misused a semi-colon? Probably not. This leaves 1% who would notice — and they’d take you more seriously. Punctuation pumps up perception. Look at any FB comment section – the sprawling mess of regurgitated word salad makes people sound irredeemably stupid. The (rare) comment […]Continue reading »