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As the face of your business online, your website is the number one marketing and sales tool that you have at your disposal. However, if your website doesn’t function as intended and your users having a difficult time using it, they likely won’t stick around long. In this article, we will look at some common website mistakes that may be hurting your business and offer some tips to fix them.

If you struggled to reach the engagement and follower levels you had hoped last year, there’s a good chance you are planning a new social marketing strategy for 2019. While new social media platforms are continuously popping up, it can be hard to determine where your business should divert its efforts. In this article, we will explain how to perform a social media audit and offer some tips to make the process easier.

As a business owner, it’s likely that you don’t have the time to create the regular content updates needed to ensure you are garnering the most attention possible online. While you could task this job to a secretary or other employee in your business, you will be taking them away from other critical job requirements they may have. To help ensure your business remains as efficient as possible and no other departments fall behind, you might consider outsourcing this work to a content writer.

In the coming weeks, it is likely that you will be presented with the option to upgrade to WordPress 5.0. While you may have upgraded your core files in the past without warning, there are many reasons why you should carefully ensure you are ready to upgrade to avoid plugin failures or other common site-breaking issues. Perhaps the most anticipated feature included in WordPress 5 is the Gutenberg WordPress editor that seeks to make page creation easier.

With the rising prominence of mobile search in recent years, and the expectation for this trend to continue growing, many businesses are wondering if it makes sense to invest in a mobile app. According to estimates, 92% of mobile device usage is spent on apps while only 8% is used on web browsing. While this may seem like a dramatic shift, that doesn’t mean that all businesses need or should pursue the release of a mobile app.

If you have put in the effort to grow your email lists but are having trouble finding the best way to utilize them, you’ve come to the right place. While the concept of email marketing can seem like a difficult process, it has never been easier to boost your ROI with this strategy. However, to make sure your message is as effective as possible, it is important to ensure your campaigns are as efficient and streamlined as possible.

With the changes that are constantly occurring in digital marketing, it can seem hard for small business owners to find the strategy that will provide the most value for them. However, while some short-term strategies may change based on your business’ marketing goals, SEO remains the best long-term strategy available.

As a small business, you likely won’t have the same needs as a multimillion dollar company. However, if you ever want to get there, there’s a good chance you will have to start investing in marketing. And, while marketing may seem like something only nationally or globally known businesses may do, there are many steps small business owners can take to expand their reach locally and promote their products or services to local audiences. In this article, we will answer the question “Should small businesses do marketing?” and give you some tips to help you get started.

Having great content on your website can provide many different benefits. While anyone can write their own content and run it through spellcheck, writing clearly and achieving the right tone is not everyone’s forte. To ensure your website’s content isn’t lost in translation, you may be wondering if you should enlist the help of a professional content writer.