So you already have traffic on your website- congratulations, THAT’S the first step. You did your work, marketed your site or blog and now- what? You’re done? As great as it is to have visitors reading your content, nothing truly matters until you turn those visitors into customers.
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We know first-hand how difficult it can be to not only start, but sustain, a small business. With what seems like an endless list of reasons to give up and obstacles standing in your way, business owners have seen it all. Here’s the thing though: every problem is only temporary- and some can be overcome faster than you may realize. We want to help you hurdle the roadblocks and springboard to success faster than expected by not only discussing common challenges for small business owners- but also how to fix them.
If you want to get your business in front of your customers- but you’re not already on social media- that will have to change. Social media marketing, aka digital marketing, is one of the most effective ways to spread the word that your business is the place to be or use. Getting started is free on every platform and with a few hours a week you’ll be set up, scheduled and ready for success.
We’re not about to pretend as if every small business owner should understand the in’s and out’s of Google Analytics- but a basic understanding? Yep, that will get you started in the right direction. And the ‘why’ is just as important as the ‘how’.” By properly using Google Analytics you can better target your marketing methods to see where the traffic is coming from- and where it’s not.
By understanding the basic principles of how to grow your business on Facebook, you’ll not only be able to reach more people but stay connected and ENGAGE with them as well. You already know where your customers are spending their free time; now learn the 4 ways to grab their attention with your growing brand.
To the untrained eye it can seem as though Facebook is OVER reporting, and that Google is UNDER reporting, so we’re going to help shed some light on tracking your data and how to understand the differences between the two.