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10 Questions to Kick Off Your Marketing in 2019
Growing Your Business in the New Year. What do you have planned to grow your business this year? Have you set a time for you to really evaluate your marketing strategy? Does your website match the brand you are trying to portray? Do you need a website and brand makeover?  Well besides those questions here is a great article that we wanted to share to help you start 2019 right. I hope you enjoy [+]
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“But how do I get them to trust me if they don’t know me?” my client asked. “Exactly,” I replied. “They have to get to know you in order to trust you. Either that or they need to be referred to you by someone they know and trust already.” Client: “So, you’re telling me that making cold calls and running ads are a waste of time and money?” Me: “Yes. Unless you use those tactics to open the door to your prospective clients getting to know and trust you. If you expect to move from a call or an ad to a quick sale, you’ll be disappointed.” [+]
To Get More Clients, Get REAL
One of the ways I help self-employed professionals build their businesses is with writing: articles, blog posts, ebooks, and more. To explain to them the type of editorial content professionals need to write in order to attract and land clients, I coined a new acronym, REAL: R = Relevant E = Educational, Entertaining, and/or Evocative A = Authentic L = Leads to trust Working with these elements, I’ve realized that they apply to more than just writing. In fact, they apply to any sort of marketing a self-employed professional does. Whether you are writing copy for your website, posting on social media, placing a follow-up call, or giving a talk, you need to consider the four REAL elements. [+]
What makes a great 1 to 1 networking meeting
Picking the right place is one of the most important things to a great 1 to 1. You do not want to be in a loud congested place no matter how trendy it may be. Finding a place that is convenient for both of you as well as quiet enough where you can hear each other talk. Sounds obvious but how many times have you met at a crowded loud Starbucks? [+]
59-Step Process Website Design
Our 59-Step Process was created to ensure you get a website that you can confidently build your business on. Your website is the foundation of your business and the better the foundation the greater heights you and your business can reach. So come reach new heights with the team from Web Design 59. [+]
5 Local Small Business SEO Tips
5 Local Small Business Seo Tips that are free. Since Small Business Week is approaching I wanted to be able to help business owners overcome their fear of SEO. SEO experts throw around lingo to sound super important and for larger market areas they are but if you're in a small city or town SEO can be pretty simple. [+]