Nail Down Your Small Business Digital Marketing Strategy
As a small business owner in 2018, you have many website design options. Learn the technical questions you can sort through in advance to beginning a new site. This resource is here to help you be organized from the start of a new website project or work through common problems that will occur when replacing an existing website with a new website.
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Click on any of the images above to head to the online resource. All resources come with a downloadable PDF summary. At Anxious Creations, we're working towards building a new resource for you each month on small business website design, SEO, social media marketing and beyond.
We are also checking in on a monthly basis to make sure all resources we provide are up to date with current suggestions and best practices as the landscape of the internet changes. Please check back in and connect with us on social media (links are in the footer) so you can get new information as it becomes available.
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Taking on small business search engine optimization alone is what I would imagine a chicken running with it's head cut off feels like. I have been studying, filtering through sketchy tactics, applying the principles and measuring SEO efforts since 2002 when I developed my first website.
Google's mega engineered standards (and 230+ website ranking factors in place today) are built around having a clean, organized, accessible website and more than one person contributing online. Jumping from one package, platform, or one agency to another is not going to fix a fragmented online experience that is making customers look elsewhere.
There's basic website and company SEO requirements to be properly indexed in search, which we will cover next. Today, another layer of personalization is added to what comes up in each individual's search feeds. Search results are custom based on your keyword query, location, websites you've visited or brands you've purchased from before.
Algorithms for ranking websites are not in your control, and never will be. Below you'll find a complete website SEO guide that is kept up to date that encompasses the big picture of how to optimize your website and improve your online performance the best that you can.
Call me inbound challenged. In the age of skimming through other blogs to write your own, we all need to change something. We might have to start working together again. Challenge presents new solutions.
How can we (marketers) help each other before anyone else has to go into justify what we are doing to our boss mode? Close to half of inbound marketers state that justifying and proving efforts is a challenge going into 2018.
Continue reading to learn from a collective group of young inbound marketers I work with in Cincinnati. Together, we are pouring out our mistakes in strategy, growth and challenging the future.
How is your content marketing and demand generation strategy doing this year? If you are just now tuning in, two weeks ago I published 26 Things Great Marketers Get Done, Shown in Infographics, Part 1.
It's been viewed over 500 times and shared more than 20 times in two short weeks. All I did was put great design behind real experiences and discuss the things I've been expected to know about in my marketing career.
If you are a young professional or even an experienced content guru PLEASE stick around, continue reading and check out the infographic below. There is so much more you'll be expected to do in your career journey than creating and publishing content.
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