Posts Tagged ‘Website.’

Having Blogs for Business Well

Many big companies build the blog as a complement to the company's official website. The goal is to more easily interact with consumers, and with a more casual manner. Blogs are also a means to introduce the beginner businessmen products or services. If managed properly, a blog can attract attention to the business, in addition to reaching new customers, and convert existing customers into fans. Take a look at brands like Apple, BlackBerry, or Crocs, they not only make consumers use goods, but also affect people in the neighborhood to participate wear.

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All Grown Up: Why your Small Business Needs a Web Solution not a Website

Raise your hand if you have a website for your small business. Now keep it raised if it is generating a significant volume of prospects or sales. Not holding your hand up anymore? You are not alone.

Just a few years ago, small companies flocked to the web in droves, rushing to post their first website, anxious at the prospect of low-cost instant exposure. The web was going to be the great equalizer, putting small business on par with the big brand names, dangling the promise of visitors flocking to a company’s site to purchase its wares or partake in its services. Sound familiar? Unfortunately, for most small businesses and organizations, the promise fell short and company sales did not skyrocket from an unending march of site visitors.
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Business Article Marketing is Free, and Can Bring Major Traffic to Your Website!

Did you know you can bring major traffic to your website through business article marketing? And the best thing about this is that it is free. Many people spend a lot of money on pay per click advertising, but I always write articles to help market my websites because I like to write, and it is totally free. However, it's not as easy as just write an article, stick it on some article directory website, and then sit back and watch the traffic come flowing in. There's much more to it than that.

One of the first things you must do is be careful choosing your keywords. These are the words that people type into the search bar at a search engine, when they are searching for information. There are many different methods you can follow, but the simplest advice is to choose a keyword that is popular enough to bring traffic, but not so popular that everyone is writing articles on those same keywords. There are tools you can use to help with this.

Another thing to be aware of is, you want to choose keywords that will attract people who are really interested in what you have to offer on your website. This is the part that is a bit tricky because there is no tool that will measure this. However, this is where perseverance comes in. If you keep track of your results, then, you will be able to figure out which keywords are working, and which are not.

After you have your keywords set, you are ready to write an effective article. This may be easier said than done. However, if you adhere to the following guidelines, you will definitely get better with practice. Basically, it boils down to a few simple things:

The article title should be catchy, thought provoking, and related to what your website is about. The body of the article should deliver on the premise your title puts out. The article should be interesting, and should have proper english and punctuation. The end of the article should not be the conclusion. The end should have the reader wanting to read the resource box, which is where the links to your website are. The resource box, or conclusion, should be compelling, and should really entice the reader into wanting to know more about your product or service, and if this happens, they will probably click on the link and check out your website.
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Small Business Website Marketing

Most small business Website marketing techniques focus on getting volumes and volumes of web traffic to their site. The belief is that the more traffic you have the more perspective clients or customers you will get. While this may be true to some extant you could also be getting loads of traffic and people are not buying anything. Sure they show up but more for curiosity or perhaps to compare prices.

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