If you want more inquiries from your website forget about all the “shiny objects” and stick to these internet marketing best practices.
Is there a boom of weddings ahead, after a horrific year in 2020? According to Valeriya Safronova at the New York Times the answer is YES.
Keeping your storefronts at The Knot and WeddingWire optimized will help you get the best return-on-investment. Here is some excellent guidance from WeddingPro.
Q: Chris, our website loads very slowly. Actually, everything we do on the internet is slow lately. We host our website with SiteGround, as you recommend, but something doesn’t seem right?
Body language is a real thing and understanding even the basics can help you become a more effective salesperson – and book more weddings!
Q: Chris, we got a robocall from Google that said our website wasn’t showing up at Google and that we needed to take action immediately by calling back a phone number that was left in the message. Is this a scam?
AdEspress from Hootsuite has some interesting insight into Instagram usage, as well as some tips to help you get better results from this powerful social media channel.
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There are hundreds of data points in Google Analytics, here are 8 you want to look at regularly, at least once a month. Also, how to configure the Audience Overview report to be sent to you via email automatically at any interval you choose.
I love rack cards. They give you more room than a post card and give you plenty of room to include key unique value propositions as well as extra testimonials. They are inexpensive to produce in short runs (100-200) at places like VistaPrint.