Follow Us:
Looking for Better Results on Your Facebook Business Page?
social media
forum.web.com
19 December 2012

If you’re looking to get more fans and increase your brand exposure on Facebook, you’ll want to check out the new social media marketing product from Web. com: Facebook Boost. Our team works directly with you—the small business owner—to build a page that best represents your products or services and helps to generate interaction with your page visitors. Read more…

Adding Twitter to Your Marketing Mix
current events
Adding Twitter to Your Marketing Mix
20 September 2012

If you’ve been toying with the idea of adding Twitter to your marketing mix, here’s some research to consider from digital intelligence firm Compete. In a recent survey, they examined how consumers are interacting with the brands they follow on social networks like Twitter and Facebook. 56% are more likely to purchase a product from the brand (compared to 47%). Read more…

3 Reasons Why Your Business Needs Mobile Advertising
internet marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Small Business Development
3 Reasons Why Your Business Needs Mobile Advertising
21 June 2012

As a business owner, you’re always looking for ways to promote your business and connect with new customers. Mobile advertising is a great way to get the attention of people searching for your products or services—at the very point when they’re ready to buy. Because mobile has the power to help you find more customers, it’s important to consider its potential for your business. Read more…

Getting Started with Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising
eCommerce,internet marketing
forum.web.com
29 May 2012

A quick and easy way to start driving customers to your eCommerce website is with pay-per-click (PPC) advertising.  Any small business owner can contract directly with one of the search engines and bid on keywords. But if you’re a new website owner and you’re not sure about selecting the right keywords, a pay-per-click subject matter expert can help you minimize the risk and maximize the return on your investment. Read more…

Website Design: Tips for Keeping Your Site Fresh and Appealing
Web Design
Website Design: Tips for Keeping Your Site Fresh and Appealing
23 September 2010

Many small business owners still abide by the “set it and forget” philosophy of website design. As a result, their sites can begin to look stale or outdated compared to ones that are newer or frequently updated. Information on a website can become outdated for a number of reasons. Read more…

Improving Email Engagement with List Segmentation
internet marketing
Improving Email Engagement with List Segmentation
11 August 2010

Achieving relevance in your email marketing efforts should be your number one priority. Why? Because email marketing is no longer a one-size-fits-all solution. It’s apples vs. Read more…

Are Those Sleigh Bells or Cash Register Bells?
internet marketing,Mobile/Applications
Are Those Sleigh Bells or Cash Register Bells?
3 August 2010

The Christmas buying season starts November 1, and if you’re not making plans today for the Christmas season, it may already be too late! Keep in mind: During the 2009 Christmas season, a record-breaking $27 billion was sold online—a 5% increase over 2008. For many large companies, the holiday buying season never stops. Orders are negotiated and placed with suppliers year-round for the next season in hopes of keeping margins low while anticipating what shoppers may be looking for during this 2-month buying frenzy. Read more…

When Should I Expect to See My Website on Google?
internet marketing
When Should I Expect to See My Website on Google?
28 June 2010

Whenever people build new websites, they hope to find themselves on Google, Yahoo!®, and Bing™ as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, having a site on the Internet does not guarantee search engine placement, even though the engines are very good at finding new sites and indexing them. As a new site owner, it’s easy to get impatient while you’re waiting for Google to discover the website you’ve spent your good money on. Read more…

Join the Small Business Forum Community
The Small Business Forum is a place where small business owners can learn, ask questions, and share advice on how to succeed online