Finding quality creative commons images can be a challenge. If you’re adding new content frequently, you need a steady stream of pictures and artwork to make your words stand out on a page. In this post I’ll explain the different licensing types, a couple of free reliable sources, as well as some advice when using creative commons images for your website and/or blog.
More Crowdfunding Tips In yesterday’s post we shared Kickstarter project tips 1-7. These are the best practices of a successful crowdfunded projects. In this post we’ll share the final seven. Click for a free 30-minute consultation » Kickstarter Projects Tips That Get the Green 8. An Organized & Designed Project Page Your Kickstarter project page […]
According to their latest stats, as of November 3, 2014 Kickstarter has successfully funded over $1.3 billion to nearly 73,000 projects. Crowdfunding is now a viable way to get a new venture off the ground. Before you dream of raking in big bucks, there’s a lot of groundwork behind a successful Kickstarter campaign. The following are tips for planning, executing and concluding your crowdfunded project.
Today’s post is a little different from the kind of information we usually share about online marketing. Recently Massimo and I have been teaching a lot. Some of our students have been new entrepreneurs or professionals contemplating leaving corporate jobs to start their own consultancies. The following are pieces of advice and related resources. Click for a […]
Here’s Part 3 of our Email Marketing Best Practices series, the following are tips 9 through 12 that will help deliver results in your email marketing efforts. Miss the first two installments? Check out Part 1 or Part 2 for tips 1-8. Click for a free 30-minute consultation » 9. Before You Hit Send Ask a buddy […]
Building on Email Marketing Best Practices Part 1, here are tips 5-8 to make sure your email marketing efforts get the results your business needs. Click for a free 30-minute consultation » 5. A Little to Left Eye tracking studies found that people instinctively start reading from the upper left-hand side. They eye also spends the most time […]
One of the most cost efficient ways to follow up on your lead generation efforts is email marketing. You’ve met a hot prospect at a networking event, had a new lead downloaded a white paper from your website, or received a completed contact form asking for more information. Now it’s time to nurture that budding relationship. […]
For those who are responsible for their company’s website, here’s a great opportunity for some free Search Engine Optimization Training. I’ll be a speaker at the upcoming Silicon Valley Code Camp, October 8 & 9, located at the Foothill College in Los Altos. Code Camp is a free community event where developers learn from fellow developers, and we’re expecting […]
SEO writing is fundamental to building a website’s ranking with the various search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. In general, writing for SEO is a complex and iterative process. By publishing relevant content, consistently over time, you build your business’ online visibility. If you’re new to SEO writing or just want to be more effective, […]