Alright, you know these are coming. The “trends to look for” blogs. They are super popular at the end of every year. But listen, we can't help it. Google loves them, they actually provide some value and we're trend-setters ourselves, so here you go.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization, which involves a variety of tactics and actions around helping your website get found in a sea of gazillions of other websites. Through these best practices, you can increase both the quantity and quality of your website traffic through organic search engine results. However, if you or your agency's "best practice" is stuck in the stone ages, you can also get penalized by Google. In other words, it would make your website even harder to find on the web.
Temperatures are dropping and the corner coffee shop switched from white cups to festive red and green. It’s officially The Holidays; a time for giving thanks and showering those we love with “the ideal gift.” If you’re a business owner, your list may also include extending appreciation to customers, clients, and employees.
We all have habits. Some good and some bad. The Internet is filled with articles about the importance of habits, how to establish habits, which habits make you more productive and so on.
I want to talk about small businesses establishing some marketing habits. Repetitive activities that are easy to perform but are essential to business growth.