There are just a few little newsworthy items you might like to know. Hopefully these will help your business a bit. Tweet it like it’s hot: Google has had tweets in its search results for quite a while now. Bing … Continue reading
Author Archive | Tracey Kazimir-Cree
Today, a client emailed me a question about Facebook, prefacing it with “I don’t know if you deal with this much but…” YES! Yes, I do! It then occurred to me that I’m clearly not doing a very good job … Continue reading →
Last month I talked about your home base and how relying on social media, especially Facebook groups, can be risky. This month, let’s talk about ways your site can become your real home base. After all, your website is the … Continue reading →
I belong to a number of groups on Facebook. I bet you do, too. Facebook groups are great because it’s an easy way for you and your fans/customers/clients/colleagues/friends to have an ongoing conversation and for you to impart your wisdom/information/sales … Continue reading →
I know there’s science and technology behind it, but I think the Internet is magic. Here’s a great explanation of how it works. When you think about it, it’s pretty miraculous.
So, I’ve been in business for 18 years now and I have been at a crossroads for the past 2 years. Do you know why? Because I have felt that I am too old to either stay in a “young … Continue reading →
This is brilliant oldie but goodie. In case you were ever wondering which social media to use for what, here’s a cute and quick summary. From Visually.
To website or not to website? That is not even a question. At this point in time, it’s really a no brainer to have one in some form or another. You can’t beat the exposure possibilities…if you do it right. … Continue reading →
This article first appeared on my site in 2008, but the information is as good today as it was then. Perhaps reviewing these steps will help you up your copywriting game! -tkc By Judy Murdoch (c) 2008 Highly Contagious Marketing Until … Continue reading →
It would be impossible for me to list every single artist out there who is doing marketing right, but I want to point out a few who I follow and tell you why I admire (and endorse) their approaches. Michael … Continue reading →