Kim Ransom is our guest on today's episode of Traffic and Leads Podcast. She is the highly-successful owner of both Gym Fox in a Box and Pittsburgh Gymnastics Club. Today she has some awesome information to share with us. So don't miss today's episode. Click here to listen to this episode!
I’ve always been an entrepreneur. When I went to college, I decided to go into information systems so that I could try these many business ideas so that I could not hire a web developer. That was my interest. My first job out of college was working in a nuclear facility in the middle of the desert. It was really boring because you could not get to do anything without getting 20 signatures on a piece of paper to change a line of code. So I started side hustling and building websites for people of the area. I
. Before we talk about 40 of the Best Social Media Marketing Tools, Picture this: Miranda owns a small bakery in Tualatin, Oregon. She specializes in novelty cakes and wants to expand her business, but to do that, she needs to expand her client base. She has a vast network from previous work experiences, events and conventions in Portland, and so on, and she gets the idea to make use of social media in order to tap into that network and get word of her bakery out through word of mouth. Social media sites have become a powerful
Kris Reid is our special guest on today's episode. He is a leading SEO expert. He is an SEO expert, knows a ton about content marketing, content writing, SEO, keyword research, web analysis, web design, link building, image linking, and so much more. If you are trying to get your head around SEO and how to make it work for you. Click here to listen to this Podcast!
Crow grew the best corn in the county, and everybody in the area would line up to buy his sweet, crunchy, delicious corn. But Crow wanted more. He could grow more corn, but to sell it he had to reach out to people outside of his small town. It was time for Crow to take his fledgling business online! His website was launched, but no matter how hard he tried he was unable to reach the pool of customers that he knew would quench his thirst for more business. Crow wondered if the internet was too large and
It's important to post often on Facebook to reach as many of your fans as possible, but isn't it a hassle to find time every day to do that? If you've got a minute I can show you how to schedule your posts, and remove one thing off of your daily to-dos!
Straight up, I am a Seahawks fan and the end of the Super Bowl was difficult to stomach. As much as I don’t want to rehash the pain of last Sunday night, I will, because there was some really important lessons that small businesses can apply to their online marketing strategies. 1. Adapt Seahawks lost their defensive back, Jeremy Lane, to an injury after he made a huge play in the first quarter and intercepted Tom Brady’s pass in the end zone. I am sure this was unsettling for the Seahawks, but they came up with a Plan
The Ant and the Grasshopper have both found success on the web. The Ant owns a local moving company. He has a nice website and a steady flow of business. The Grasshopper sells sporting apparel online. He’s been able to utilize his social media pages to get his customer excited about his latest products which produces sales on a daily basis. Both know that even though they have a steady flow of income, there are changes that need to be made in order to remain competitive and take their businesses to the next level. The Ant’s business is