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Is my website lazy?

Business owners may agree that their website is a necessary evil, however, I find that a lot of companies use their site as a glorified business card. They feature basic information about their business and a way to communicate with them. But for the cost and effort of having a

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Survive – maybe even thrive – in a recession!

It’s tempting to curb your marketing budget during an economic downturn and in in some cases it may make sense to turn to lower cost alternatives, but marketing is still important. One of the best ways you can keep on top of your marketing is to make sure your website

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Woocommerce and Gravity Forms work great with SalesForce!

We work with a lot of mid-sized companies and quite often the turn-key stores (like SquareSpace) just don’t work as well as the client would like them to. Most of these solutions are created for small companies with a limited inventory. The variations, add-ons and other options are just too

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Podcasting, is it for you? We give you the basics!

I created my first podcast years ago with a show called “Denver Urban Lifestyles”. Along with a marketing friend, we featured neighborhoods in Denver and area events. It was a lot of fun, but a lot of work! However, I’ve had the podcast “bug” ever since. More recently I’ve created

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How to handle a negative online review

Until just recently, unhappy customers had two options to complain formally: send a written letter/email, or ask to speak to a manager. Of course, this was in addition to personally telling all their friends about their experience. Along comes social media and now unhappy customers can now announce their complaints

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Tips for Newsletter Success!

We’ve been helping customers send newsletters for over 20 years. Here are several lessons have come out of my years of experience: Keep them consistent I really struggle with this but it’s really important. You want people to expect your newsletter, but not to be harassed. Keep them newsy and

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