The Secrets I Share By Nadine Larder
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My $6 Facebook Ad [Screenshot]…What could you do with $6?

After wrapping up the article titled “How To Stop Starving Your Business OF Business,” I popped on over to Facebook to see how my ads are performing.  After all, in my post, I did suggest Facebook as an option for a great way to get your marketing out CHEAP!  I wouldn’t be “Sharing My Secrets” if I didn’t let you…

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The Secrets of Combining Social Media and Print Marketing

I am pretty obsessed with Google Analytics, which is kind of strange with my right brained “artsy fartsy” personality.  I surprise myself at how much I love to analyze data that helps me measure results. I can see what’s hot and what’s not, simply by paying attention to our website traffic/Google Analytics. According to everything I see as of late,…

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Being Social Media Savvy…The Secrets I Share With My Friends…

For many small business owners, keeping up on social media is ummm….challenging, at best. It’s on the list of things that “need” to be done daily, but often gets pushed to the back burner because there just isn’t enough time to fit it all in. Not to mention, trying to figure out what you’re supposed to post, how frequently and…

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The Secrets I Share With My Friends About How To “Do” Social Media!

One of the biggest challenges small business owners and entrepreneurs face is all the things required of them to succeed and not enough time to do it all. I know first hand how difficult it can be to keep up with all of it, add to it, the responsibilities of social media and it’s enough to make anyone crazy! I…

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Three No-Cost Ways To Improve Business Right Now

  I’m always looking for new ways to promote PrinterBees on the Internet as the best small business marketing company on the planet. I want to do it in ways that won’t abuse my marketing budget while getting the most bang for our buck. I watch our website traffic closely and note where it comes from so I know what’s working…

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Using Google to Power your Internet Marketing | The Secrets I Share With My Friends

When the topic of Internet Marketing comes up, it’s hard not to think about the role Google plays for any social media marketing strategy. It’s also something that for many small business owners is difficult to get their head around-it’s like this big complex “thing” out in cyber space that gives answers to almost any question. But what exactly is…

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Tools to help generate profit

Tools you could be using in your business that create magic…and income

When it comes to having business tools in place to help a small business grow and become profitable, there are so many to choose from-it’s hard to know which ones work and which ones don’t. Business owners want tools that are easy, simple to learn, and don’t cost a fortune. We’ve put a lot of different business tools to the…

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The Secrets I Share With My Friends About Building Small Businesses

Everything I Know About Building A Small Business! Accepting pre-orders now! The first 300 pre-orders will be signed copies and include a free coffee mug or wine glass. Book Synopsis… “The Secrets I Share With my Friends…Everything I Know About Building A Small Business” is a book written for every entrepreneurial spirit out there looking for direction on how to…

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The Secrets I Share With Friends On How To Get More Leads From Their Websites

Websites today play an important role in the success of any business. Having a well built user friendly website always leads to more business and using these tips will help you get a much higher conversion rates from the visitors who do stop by the site. Make these minor adjustments to your website and watch the leads and orders start…

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Helpful Tips - Small Business

SEO vs. Pay Per Click – What You Need To Know To Decide

This morning I received an email from a friend and fellow small business owner, she wanted to know my opinion on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) vs. Pay Per Click (PPC). I’ve been asked this question many times…so, here’s my take on it, pros and cons on both. SEO, which is what I prefer is difficult, takes a good amount of…

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How Colors Affect Conversion Rates

For business owners trying to establish a brand, selecting a color scheme may seem a bit overwhelming.  Especially when you consider there are literally millions of colors!  Check out this cool infographic from Kissmetrics to see how your color choices may be impacting your conversions.   Who would have thought that Heinz would experience their greatest increase in sales they’d ever…

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The Secret To Keeping Spam From Your Word Press Website

If your small business website is built in Word Press and you have a blog (which you should definitely have), you likely have the issue of Word Press Spam.  It’s irritating, annoying and it makes it super challenging to manage the comments and conversations from actual visitors to your website.  I wanted to share one of my secrets with you…

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The secrets I share with friends on websites that produce income

I think of my website as an additional set of hands that helps to serve my customers, grow my business, and be there 24/7. Always being “on-line” and “open” for business is the ultimate in customer service. When no one is present, the website even takes messages for us, so we can get back in touch once we’ve returned. Our…

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Six Ways To Avoid A Domain Name Disaster

Choosing a domain name for your business is something that should be done with careful consideration. I’d like to offer some tips on how to choose the right domain name, and avoid a domain name disaster. 1. Rememberable: Your domain name should be a word/name that is easily remembered if you were to say it to someone in passing. 2….

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Small Business Marketing That Won’t Pay Off

I recently received a clear envelope full of flashy offers from many different companies. As I reviewed it, I realized I was totally bored and had lost interest by the fifth flyer in the stack. I’ll admit that I’m “different” when it comes to the way I see, tune-in, and look at marketing sent my direction, but it doesn’t change…

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