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  1. Understanding Pinterest for Your Small Business

    Something of a digital scrapbook, Pinterest is home to inspiration for everything imaginable. Pinners (Pinterest users) range from dedicated do-it-yourselfers to users passing through searching for a visual for a one-time project. Of its most influential users are influencers and businesses providing much needed inspo for countless projects. Whether expressed through a campaign via Promoted Pins or Pins posted to a company-run Pinterest account, the proof lies in the numbers. With 74% of Pinners using it to decide what to buy, presence on Pinterest has an impact unlike any other social media site. As we explore how companies…

  2. How To Write A Good Email Subject Line

    Editors Note April 19th, 2016: Taking a look back at this blog, the reasoning and algorithm suggested below still pertains to current best practices in subject line strategy.  Creating an engaging subject line is one of the only ways you can truly get your audience to open the email you designed, wrote and worked so…

  3. What Should I Write About on My Blog?

    A common question that clients and friends ask me has to do with what to write about on their company blogs.  Once they become used to the idea that having a business blog is a good idea (just check out some of these blogging statistics if you are skeptical), the next concern has to deal with what…

  4. How Do I Build Search Traffic to my Website?

    Before we get into the heart of this blog post, take a look at the title of the post:  How Do I Build Search Traffic to my Website?  If you’ve come to this post by way of Google, chances are you typed this type of question into the search box.  As I answer that question…

  5. “Medium” is Large On Content

    Two of the internet’s top ten websites have been created by American serial entrepreneur, Evan Williams: Blogger and Twitter. In 2012, he and Twitter co-founder Biz Stone unveiled medium.com, the word-centric website for clever content over 140 characters. Medium’s goal is to provide a platform for writers, meaningful content to “readers” and the ability to…

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