Getting visitors to your website is a great feeling, all your hard work is paying off. But if new leads are not coming in and money isn't appearing in your bank, is your website really working? Before we jump into which one you should concentrate on, let's define what...
Wow, what a month March 2020 was. It started fairly normally. Client meetings, strategy planning sessions, giving a presentation at a local college etc etc and then boom! Covid-19 slapped us in the face like a hangover on a Monday.
If you are suddenly working from home having never really done it before, you might be finding it difficult to establish a routine and get things done. But we are here to the rescue with some helpful tips to keep your work/life balance, stay sane and stay productive.
When times are good you should advertise, when times are bad you MUST advertise
There are plenty of amazing conferencing software solutions out there but many require a bit of set up and are not free. There are plenty of amazing conferencing software solutions out there. Both Zoom and GoTo Meeting are incredibly popular but both require a bit of...
Communication is key to any relationship, be it personal or businesses. We are social creatures and in times when we are being asked to distance ourselves from one another communication is more important than ever.
If you are in the process of considering which website agency should build your new website you are probably comparing proposals and quotes and trying to make sense of it all. But what are the most important aspects you should consider when picking the right agency for you?
Reach/awareness is making people aware of your business and what you do. It is the often the first time someone has been introduced to you. When talking about sales and marketing you often hear about Marketing Funnels. The traditional funnel is shaped like an upside...
You have probably heard of Target Markets and Target Audiences and often these words are used interchangeably but they are in fact slightly different.
Research shows they are annoying, but stats show they increase conversions. What should you do?
You only get one chance to make a first impression.
Any good marketer will know that you should be marketing the benefits, not the features of what you do. But what does this really mean?