Learn how your website is like a restaurant, and how tips from Chef Gordon Ramsay’s show, “Kitchen Nightmares”, can help you improve your website visitors’ experience and your bottom line.
This is big stuff! If you’re not already convinced you should pay attention to Facebook and consider a strategy for using Facebook for your business, this is a wake up call. Facebook recently surpassed Google as the most visited website, and has taken over the top organic search queries in all three major search engines for the four weeks ending March 27. You can learn more about how to take advantage of Facebook for Business in our free webinar for advertisers, publishers, and open to the public on Thursday, May 27 at 2 PM EST. Webinar details and registration here.
Here we go. It’s Day Two. April 15th. Happy Tax Day! Beautiful day in Dallas, and we’re all settling in to hear today’s keynote speaker, Rob Snell. He’s an e-commerce expert with Gun Dog Supply Company, and author of a new Dummies book on Yahoo! Stores. I found two guys with an extension cord and they were kind enough to let me share their power. Making lots of new friends. Thank you, Mark from Ninjacops.com! Rob Snell gave an awesome talk about his family business, Gun Dog Supply, with background of their trials and tribulations along the route to success.
It’s Day Two of the conference, and I’m excited to share today’s session highlights with you at the end of the day. In the meantime, I thought I’d give you a brief summary of the top tips for small- and medium-sized online marketing businesses to take advantage of SEO (search engine optimization) and drive more quality, “free” traffic to your website. The experts here gave me the inside scoop. Here’s my (unpolished) 3-minute highlights video: Top 3 tips for SEO for SMB online marketers 1. Local search: Take advantage of new opportunities for local business listings on Google and other
Okay everybody. This is going to be a long post. Get a cup of coffee, or a glass of wine (for you night readers) and imagine you’re there with me enjoying the PubCon South 2010 conference. It’s a bit chilly inside the Civic Center. I’m sitting at the back of the room hogging the electrical outlet to support my blogging habit. Let me know what you think of this type of near-live-blogging and what else you’d like to hear about. Highlights of keynote speaker Scott Stratten, president of Un-Marketing He’s giving us examples of social media mistakes that brands and