Tag: marketing

How to Defeat Mondays

Why are Mondays rough? I meditated on this, and as a 8-5er I determined Mondays are especially difficult because there are five days ahead of work (duh, right?!). Five days of people or responsibilities asking things of oneself. As the week progresses, the amount of time belonging to others or tasks dissipates, both naturally as

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Yelp Won’t Save Itself, So Consumers Have To

(This article in an opinion piece on how Yelp or new Yelp users can work to improve Yelp as a service.) Yelp is fledgling. They’re advocating for antitrust action against Google in Europe and the US. They’re even participating in an anti-Google lobby which recently served this author a LinkedIn ad. These regulatory pushes are

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How to Send People Directly to Your Business’s Google Review Page

Are you a business owner or manager of a Google My Business (GMB) listing who wants to send people directly to your review page on Google so they can leave a review? Here’s how: Step 1: Build a link to send folks directly to the GMB ratings page: Put the business’s “place ID” in this

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Why I Decided to Use WordPress.com for Oakfive.com

This article describes a personal journey to find a website platform that works well with my technical abilities, budget, and knowledge about digital marketing. As you’ll read I didn’t land on the perfect platform (maybe that doesn’t exist), but I’m happy with my decision to go with WordPress.com. Read on to find out why. I’ve

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10 Marketing Skills to Improve in 2018 via Digital Marketing Sage Larry Kim

If you’re a marketer, I recommend you give WordStream and Mobile Monkey founder, Larry Kim, a follow. He is a prolofic writer covering the latest digital marketing techniques in concise and digestible infographics, articles, and listicles. Here’s a great example of one of Larry’s articles: 10 Skills Every Marketer Should Master in 2018 10 Skills

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