We’ll take a look at 5 popular contact form WordPress plugins that are freemium – they have a basic free version with paid upgrades. These are all plugins I’ve used – it’ll be Jotform vs Jetpack vs Ninja Forms vs Formidable Forms vs WPForms. What is a Freemium Plugin, and Why? Freemium is a term …
Branding is one of those things that’s hard to define and measure, but is absolutely essential for building a business that will last. When people think of branding, what usually comes to mind is a logo, colors, maybe a catchphrase.
But branding goes so much deeper. It’s about how people think about you, why they think about you, and how often they think about you. That translates into how they talk about you.
If you create a social media schedule, you’ll be a lot more likely to succeed in your online marketing.
Most businesses starting out on social media try to post as much as they can, or simply whenever they can. Sometimes they post whenever something comes to them. That’s a recipe for failure.
Being successful on social media (getting actual revenue from your marketing efforts, not just likes) requires consistency and commitment. That starts with creating a schedule that you can follow.
Here’s how to get started.
Toy ‘R’ Us is closing down. While many saw the this as a slow and inevitable death, it still sends shockwaves through the business community.
They were the top leader in their industry for decades, and in an industry that is still growing today. So there’s a lot of speculation around what they did wrong, and what they could have done differently.
There’s the business finance side, where many question their choices of going public, having Amazon handle their fulfillment or practices that led them into debt.
But I’m going to take a look at the branding and marketing perspective because it affects large corporations and small businesses alike.
It’s time to write your next social media post, but you sit and stare at the empty status space not knowing what to say. A lot of people have this problem, from newbie business owners to veteran social media managers.
It’s frustrating when you lack the creative inspiration to com up with something, and a waste of time when you sit there just staring at the screen.
I’ve come up with a simple method of helping your generate ideas for social media posts. Ideally, you would set this to a plan or schedule, but you can also use it to come up with stuff on the fly.
You’ve got your blog post production down and you’re pumping out those articles. But you know that content creation is only one part of getting web traffic to your site – the other is having good SEO.
But you’re either writing so many blog articles or are just too busy with everything else to properly go through all the SEO checkpoints on your post. You don’t always do every single optimization, and you leave a few things out here and there.
It may save a few seconds, but you’re leaving good SEO juice on the table and missing out on a lot of potential web traffic.
What if the business that you do could drastically transform the lives of people who need it the most? When you do business with SparkFlow, you get to be part of that change.
A few times a year, I donate a percentage of all my business to a worthy cause that is making a difference in people’s lives. This spring, we’re going to help rescue and restore girls from sex trafficking.
You know you should have a marketing strategy. It would really help you get ahead of the game and not be so frantic all the time.
But you don’t because it feels so overwhelming. Planning is not your strength. You’d rather just do. Where would you even start?
Because you don’t plan, you end up missing a lot of opportunities. You’re always pulling together last-minute, half-baked marketing campaigns. And it causes you a lot of stress.
You should make a marketing strategy, and you should plan it for an entire year. It’s not that hard. I’m going to show you how to it in 5 steps, and you can do it under half an hour.