Small business owner, Amy Sinclair of Ears of Experience, gives details on how she uses Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to grow her business. Here’s the video: If you’re a small business owner, go to the Ears of Experience Facebook page, click here. See what they’re doing. Then start promoting your business with Facebook, Twitter and […]
If you boil all the details and tactics different search engine experts use, search engine optimization is all about one thing. Prove to the online world you’re the expert for your keyword or keyword phrase. That’s what it’s all about. Nothing else. Some people argue with technical details about title tags, meta tags, alt tags and other technical […]
Maurice Sendak’s 1963 children’s book inspired the movie, “Where the Wild Things Are.” I wore this book out as a kid. As an adult I gave it to nieces and nephews. Hoping it would inspire a life-long love of books. The main character, Max, puts on his wolf costume. Then he howls and dances with imaginary beasts in his […]
I used to run The Sportsman’s Gallery. We sold art and unique gifts for the sportsman. In 1 year my team grew sales from $230k per year to over $500K annually. One of the ways we grew the business that year was with “one day only” events. Here’s how we put together one of those events. Back then people […]
“I’d like to think it’s the food. But I have to give all credit to the Twitter” – Owner of Kogi. Watch the video here: Here’s their website (which is really a blog): http://kogibbq.com/ Their Twitter page: http://twitter.com/kogibbq Sincerely, Doug Stewart Giving You the Power to Fight the Big Boys!
“Every problem has a gift for you in its hands.” – Richard Bach I got a new printer this week. One of my clients sent it to me. He’s been a client for close to 9 years now. He’s been a friend for 12. After unpacking the printer, I hooked it up to my PC. […]
In the movie, Julie & Julia, Amy Adams plays Julie Powell. Powell became an Internet celebrity with her blog. In Julie’s blog, she documented the year she spent cooking every recipe in Julia Child’s “Mastering the Art of French Cooking.” Her blog was turned into a book. Then her book was turned into a movie. […]
The following is an e-mail I sent to one of my e-commerce clients. After writing it, I thought a lot of people could benefit from this advice. So here it is (names have been removed): “Hi XXXX. You asked about ideas on improving your online sales without paying Google and Yahoo more money. Here’s my […]