DIGITAL STRATEGIES BLOG
You’ve probably heard that the “fail fast” approach will help you quickly find the best solution. Maybe, maybe not. But it definitely won’t work if any one of these three key elements isn’t in place before you start. Using Facebook posts as an example, I show how you can apply these three keys to green industry marketing.
Facebook has recently changed reviews into recommendations. See how this affects green industry companies, how it works, the pros and cons, and the open questions we’re following up on.
Frustrated that your business isn’t showing up in the local search results for the neighboring town? It’s because of the way local SEO and the Google search algorithm work. Here are the details and what you can do about it.
When business owners ask me why they’re not bringing in more customers, I usually find that they’re making one or more of the three biggest mistakes you can make in your marketing. The sad thing is that these mistakes are easily avoidable.
Most green industry company websites are a business liability. I know that’s a pretty strong statement. But the fact is that most websites in our industry are more likely to turn potential customers off than to turn them into customers.
You may have heard that “SEO is dead.”
Don’t believe it.
Although the latest search algorithms have reduced the impact of “old fashioned” search engine optimization (SEO) techniques, like using keywords and link exchanges, good SEO still makes a huge difference. We cut through the crap and give you the straight story.
Our websites, social media accounts, email addresses, Angie’s List profiles, etc. are important assets for the business (just like our people) and are vulnerable to “injury” if we don’t make online safety a priority. So how do you identify risks and take reasonable precautions?
You’re proud of your growing email list. But is it bringing you the value you need or expect? One often overlooked problem is the number of inactive subscribers – those who never even open your emails, let alone read them. So what should you do about them?
You may have visitors to your website but you’re probably flushing the biggest opportunity down the toilet. It’s an easy fix that most people don’t do. So here’s a chance to set yourself apart from the competition.
What does Google’s move to mobile-first indexing mean for your website and your organic search results? It all depends on how your current website is formatted. Here are the details …