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A domain name (i.e. www.YourCompanyName.com ) also known as a web address is what people type in to get to your website. They may see your domain name on your business card, your Facebook or Twitter profile or find you in Google. Here are tips for choosing a good domain name! Shoot For Something Brandable Google values brands over just about anything else. You can see that they favor blogs and sites that have built a good name and brand for themselves — especially is the case in top e-commerce sites like Amazon. Having a name that standouts as a brand can do a lot for you in the long run. Obviously, there is more to ranking in the SERPs than a simple URL, but picking a domain name that stands out will help build your brand, authority, and it makes it easier for people to recognize you and what you’re about. Opt For The .com Extension […]
Building an email list and growing an email list is very important for anyone with a product, service, business & non profits. The email list will allow you to communicate directly with potential clients and supporters. While Social Media is fabulous for connecting with people, you should try to get as many email addresses as possible for your target audience. So how do you get started …check out this Periscope video that gives you 3 tips!
When you are employed full-time and work part-time on your own business things may get a little hectic, and of course, time may never be enough. In fact, one of the biggest problems for the part-time entrepreneur is time management. Hence, in order to make things work for your day job and for your business, you need pretty good time management. This is an area that I struggle in and so I thought I would share some tips I have received and gathered! 1. Fix a schedule So OK, you work full time from Monday to Friday and most of your daily schedule is already set. However, you need to make your part-time entrepreneur schedule fit in and have great results in both areas of your life. You need a fixed schedule for your part-time business. Commit to a regular weekend time slot for your business and 2-3 specific nights per week where you focus […]
In this day and time, having a website is a necessity and not a luxury. If you have a business, offer a product or service, oversee a not-for-profit or run a ministry, it is incredibly important to have a website that acts as a communication tool and as a marketing tool. BEFORE you contact a web designer, let me offer 5 “To Do” tasks to help get your ducks in a row! 1) Determine what you offer and be able to articulate that information. For example: Gather your list of services Gather a list of your products & their descriptions Document the Community/Social Programs you offer What are your Worship service schedules, children’s programs and outreach activities 2) Determine what you want site visitor to be able to “do” while on your new website. For example: Should they be able to contact you by phone, email or a contact form? Should they be able to […]