Monthly Archive:: March 2016
Are you thinking about creating an online course? Curious as to how the whole process looks like? It is possible that you ARE interested but also overwhelmed, confused, scared by technology and a tad scared. You are not sure if you have the time, or the money to actually do this. Here’s another scenario for you.
Last week I wrote a post in response to a comment left from a reader of the GetResponse blog. A few weeks ago, the now sadly departed Kerry Butters wrote a blog entitled ‘2 New Social Networks To Consider For 2016’. The social networks in question were Peach and Blab. Kerry’s post was introductory, which
Running blogs isn’t a piece of cake. But before getting down to exactly why that is, we need to acknowledge that blog owners have advantages like publicity and advertising of their product or service, communicating with readers, writing/design/SEO/etc. skills development, and a lot more advantages that make running blogs an exciting occupation. We’re back again
Traditionally Spring is the season of starting new projects and coming up with new ideas. Also a time to reflect on your email marketing performance, so you can introduce changes that will allow your business to grow faster than ever before. In order to help you start off, we have prepared a few tips based on
Did you know that writer Ernest Hemmingway would immediately write the moment he woke up? Believe it or not, the choices we face each morning can either make or break the day. That’s why the most successful people have developed their own routines in order to become more productive. To CEOs, writers, marketers, investors, and
Want to build your email list fast, or get the word out about next week’s product launch? Some marketers swear by solo ads. And while solo ads can work, they’re not for every business, and they can be a risky investment. Keep reading to see if they’re right for you. What’s a solo ad? Anyone
Big data is having quite an impact on the marketing world. How should your small business use big data to improve your marketing efforts? First off, it’s important to realize that all businesses, both big and small, can benefit from analyzing data about their customers and the way they react to products, services, and marketing