Recently I worked with a client who wanted to increase traffic to her WordPress website. We applied some standard on-site and off-site SEO techniques to achieve the results shared here. We employed no complicated backlinking strategy and this is not an ongoing $300 monthly service. Yet we improved her web traffic by about 1250% – from an average 20 visitors per month to an average 250 visitors per month – as evidenced by the graphic above (that’s her actual 90-day graph, generated by the Google Analytics Dashboard plugin, Web Chick not included).
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As video marketing became more and more a requirement of doing business online, I found myself in search of a simple but powerful video editing software tool with little to no learning curve. As a Windows user, I have Movie Maker built in, but I didn’t feel it was user-intuitive and it had some limitations on certain things I wanted to do. My attempts at video editing with WMM often led to frustration and unfinished products.
Amazon’s Third Annual Prime Day is upon us and that means an opportunity to grab some awesome deals for your small business (and yourself!). Beginning at 9PM ET (6PM PT) on July 10, get in on thousands of lightning deals with new deals starting as often as every 5 minutes for 30 hours straight.
What is it?
Started in 2015, Prime Day is Amazon’s annual deals event designed to be one of the world’s best days to shop, with awesome prices on everything from tech to games, home to fashion and beauty, sports to pet supplies and beyond! Here is just a sample of the deals offered during Prime Day last year (2016):
When it comes to cell phone practices, I tend to ignore 800 numbers as well as any numbers I do not recognize. An 800 number I don’t recognize? Fuggedaboutit. But when 800-711-2884 called me twice in one day, I was curious who it could be. An internet search seemed to reveal that it was HP Support calling. Since I do happen to have an HP machine and I suspect my extended support contract recently expired, I thought, “Hm. I guess I should answer next time they call. Probably just a sales call for a new support contract, but still…it’s HP.”