Some words move your web copy into the future, but you’re probably much better staying in the present tense. Removing this one word helps…
Everybody says you need a Facebook page. It’s a way to connect your business to customers, raise your profile, build a tribe. Right? That’s all very well but what if you’re not on Facebook and don’t like Facebook?
It’s more true now than it’s ever been that you can’t succeed in business if you stand still. Most small businesses find they need to continually evolve in response to changes in the market, because of growth, change in direction and even technology changes. If you’re evolving, your About page needs to reflect that.
Weigh up what you’re trying to achieve with your website. And how much time you have. Then think about what kind of results your blog could achieve. And whether that’s where you want to invest your time and money. Is it really the best marketing tool for what you want to do?
Q. Should I link my Facebook, Twitter, Instagram to my website? A. Yes, definitely – no question. And you should also make sure that your website is on your social media profiles too.
Sunday morning in Mansfield. It’s going to be a hot day, so I’ve headed down to an early breakfast at Mansfield Coffee Merchants. This morning I’m trying the baked beans, cooked with smoked ham hock – recommended last Sunday after I’d raved to the waitress about the mushrooms. The baked beans are in a sweet […]