We are so grateful we had the fortune of working with Pet Sitter Marketing to develop their newest Kindle book. It was truly a blast to help so many entrepreneurs with what we love. After all the positive feedback we received, we knew we were on to something.
We want to help more people though.
So we’ve developed our own Kindle book, “Get Your Small Business Website Online In 11 Easy Steps” to help small business owners of all shapes and sizes. No matter if you’re running a product-based business or service-based business; this Kindle book can help you build a clean, professional, search engine optimized website without breaking the bank.
As always our go-to web guy, Mike Linville, will be walking you through the ins and outs of the web design process. This isn’t your run-of-the-mill, fluffy website builder book. Mike, literally walks you through step-by-step exactly what you need to do to build your own site. This includes which third party accounts you need, rookie mistakes to avoid, along with the necessary strategies for your website to succeed.
It’s just that easy.
Facebook is awesome for small business owners.
I know I’ve probably said that about a thousand times, but I stand by my statement. Facebook is easy to use, fun to use, and FREE to use.
But Facebook is merely a marketing tool for your website. Its purpose is to direct traffic back to your website where you can collect leads and close sales. Facebook is not a substitution for an actual website.
If you’re one of the many small business owners who are riding the Facebook unicorn without a care in the world while having no website of your own; consider these 5 not-so-fun Facebook facts.
As you may know from last week’s post, web developers have been known to stretch the truth in order to keep small business owners dependent on their services.
It’s not hard to build and launch your own website. So this week, I’m going to break it all down into 11 easy steps to help you get online, minus the web developer.
There are some pretty wacky web myths out there. These myths may not seem harmful, that is until web developers use them to charge more while scaring small business owners into doing exactly what they want. So to help you sift through the rumors, I’m going to bust the 5 biggest web myths wide open.
Welcome again to Office Hours, where you can pick our brains on topics ranging from web development, SEO, social media, and more!
This week we received a fantastic question from AJ:
“I just fired my marketing company, and now I’m worried they might do something sketchy to my site. How can I keep my site safe without having to create new user profiles for my posts?”
So join us for this week’s installment of Office Hours where Mike gives a 4 step solution to protecting your website from ex-employees or contractors.