Monthly Archives: September 2010

SEO for Blogs: Thou Shalt Use Keywords!

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false]How do you make a great blog post even better? Add a little SEO to the mix, that’s how. Here’s an example: I recently read a brilliant blog post on marketing plans, by talented marketing strategist Mimi Griffith. … Continue reading

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Using LinkedIn Groups for Business Development

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false]When it comes to social media, people often overlook LinkedIn, which takes a back seat to Facebook, Twitter and You Tube when it comes to “buzz”. LinkedIn should not be underestimated as a business development tool!  Today, I … Continue reading

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How Important is Branding For Your Business?

Is an outdated brand undermining the rest of your marketing efforts? Take an objective look at your brand, and be ruthless in this assessment.  An outdated brand is a reflection of you and your business:  no matter how good you … Continue reading

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Why Add Google Analytics to Your Website?

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false] If there was a way to know more about your website traffic:    where visitors came from, what keywords they searched, how they navigated through your site, would you be interested?  Google Analytics shows you all that and … Continue reading

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Free Inbound Marketing University Training Program

[tweetmeme source=”helpmerhonda11″ only_single=false] I recently discovered Hubspot’s Inbound Marketing University, and their online Inbound Marketing training and certification program.

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