I almost didn’t get in to Internet marketing. When I first learned of Internet marketing, I had a mental image of – well, Gary the phone salesman. Someone who lies and tricks people in order to get a profit.
Luckily, some of the first real Internet marketers I encountered were ethical, compassionate people. I saw how Internet marketing could be a career that was both profitable and gave a benefit to others. Continue reading
Even though I put off video blogging for as long as I could a while, I knew that eventually I needed to sit down in front of the camera.
I put it off for the usual reasons – I was intimidated about putting my face out there, I didn’t know what to say, I wasn’t sure how to do it, I didn’t really want to put makeup on … okay, mostly that last one. But various people kept saying you have to do it. I knew they were right. Continue reading
I’m curious. Do you use Search Engine Optimization on your websites?
Okay, I know that’s a really broad question. To give you an example of what I’m talking about, do you: Continue reading
We’re finishing up our press release series today by talking about the boilerplate, distribution sites, and some ideas for what you can write your press release about. If you missed any posts in this series, you can start back at the first post.
The boilerplate comes after the body of the press release. It is a paragraph describing the business or individual that put out the press release. It should include:
Let’s continue our press release tutorial by talking about the most important part of the press release: the body. Continue reading