Monthly Archives: May 2011

Get More Clients with SEO

You hear it all the time: businesses are getting clients from the Internet. But how are they doing it? And more importantly, how can you maximize your presence online to target potential clients more effectively? What your competitors know is that an increasing number of people are turning to the Internet everyday to find local… Read more »

How to Set Yourself Apart from Your Competition

Tips for Creating a Unique Value Proposition There are millions of businesses trying to market themselves online. While your local competition may not be that steep, you still need to be able to set yourself apart so that potential clients see the value of doing business with you over another company. Search engine optimization is… Read more »

Top 5 Places your Business needs to be Online

As people become increasingly dependent on the Internet for day-to-day living, businesses that want to succeed need to adapt. Sure, there’s a new social media site cropping up every other week (okay, not really, but there are a lot 🙂 ), but does that mean you need to jump on the latest bandwagon? No. You… Read more »

Why Your Business Should have a Facebook Fan Page

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, “Your business needs to be on Facebook.” In the 21st century, personal connection and interaction is at an all-time high due to the increased use of social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter. On one scrollable newsfeed page, you can see what all of your friends and… Read more »

How to Use Facebook for Promotions

Facebook is the most popular Web site on the Internet, barely beating Google as the most visited site on the Web. There are over 500 million active Facebook users, and each one is always on the lookout for new and exciting opportunities in which to take part. Small businesses need to take advantage of public… Read more »

The ‘Like’ Button: Consumers Really Like It, They Really Do

A recent study by City Grid Media reports that consumers are more likely to show their support for a business by clicking the ‘like’ button than filling out an online review. We Want to ‘Like’ You According to the study, 40% of people under the age of 35 will ‘like’ a business compared to only… Read more »