January 25, 2011

Is Getting Found on Google Something I Need Help With?

It's almost blasphemy for someone in my business (the internet marketing business that is) to tell a client that they could probably do that on their own, aka, without me charging you. But for most of the things I (and most other people in my business) do, they probably could. It might take more time, more learning, more resources, but I'm not doing brain surgery - just creating websites.
January 18, 2011
e-commerce store

Super Size Your Sales with an E-Commerce Store

I'm sure there is a good reason you have not to have opened your E-Commerce store, but I don't want to hear it.
January 4, 2011

Is This Really How You Expect to Get Business? Use Online Advertising Instead!

Online advertising being taken over by 'geurilla tactics' & sign twirlers on the roadside? I don't think so!
January 3, 2011

Franklin Covey Customer Service #win

I went in looking for a battle and came out with a smile. How'd that happen? A story of truly great customer service.
December 16, 2010
online presence

5 Tips to Take Charge of Your Online Presence (Before Someone Else Does!)

When was the last time you 'Googled yourself' (or your business brand)? Yesterday? Last week? A few months ago? Never?? *Shudder* You can't even wrap your head around how many different websites there are right now talking about you. And if you aren't on top of it - you might be losing out on potential sales.
December 1, 2010
website design

Why a Fresh Website Design Pays Off

There are many reasons to consider a cosmetic (or more in-depth) change to your site when you take a look at what your web site design says about your business through the eyes of a new visitor.
November 3, 2010
Rick Lohnes

How Shout It Out Design Helped Rick Lohnes Beat a 28 Year Incumbent

Sitting at the Shawnee Hotel in Springfield, OH on November 2, 2010 is a night that I will not forget. As the results began to pour in, the excitement in the room grew and grew – Rick Lohnes beat Roger Tackett, a 28 year incumbent, a Vietnam veteran, a well-respected staple in the Clark County community.