More than a decade ago, back when the Internet was not being fully utilized for anything more than banner advertising, I found myself thinking…
With the economic climate as crazy as it’s been, now’s a great time to look to your ‘friendly’ competition for opportunities to help grow…
Company achieved a milestone? Launching a new product? Uncovered interesting statistics from a survey?
These are great reasons to put out an online press release. It will not only increase your online presence and drive traffic to your website, you can use it to leverage your newsletter content.
Although many marketers still don’t understand how to take advantage of social media, I’m here to tell you that it’s a crucial strategy.
It’s a key element of my marketing plans. And it deserves a lot of credit for the six figures in revenue that my consulting business was bringing in — only 10 months after I got started.
If you’re an online marketer or publisher, chances are you’re well aware of the power of social media optimization (SMO). If you’re new to the world of Internet marketing, you’ll be interested to know that this breakthrough method is a truly inexpensive (practically free) way to create buzz about your products, increase traffic to your site, build trust about your company, and boost your sales.
I grew up in an Italian/Irish household. That meant Christmas Eve dinner was usually a mouth-watering feast of seafood delights and culinary delicacies. Antipasto (a wonderful assortment of meats, cheeses, and vegetables), shrimp fra diavolo, fried calamari, breaded flounder, baked scallops, homemade rice balls, and, of course, pasta. Lots and lots of pasta. Dessert was even better with 7-layer rainbow cookies, cannolis, and cappuccino.
Now is a great time to look to your competition for opportunities to help grow your list and add extra revenues to your bottom…
For my husband and me, Thanksgiving is an international delight. My family is Italian and Irish. His is Latin American. When he was growing up, my husband and his family did not celebrate our American holiday. But since they’ve moved to the United States, they have embraced it wholeheartedly.