You now have an affordable option when it comes to managing your brand’s social media, and it’s called TodayLaunch.
The social media dashboard with the exciting rocket logo that you can afford.
TodayLaunch solves the most common frustrations we all have with social media management tools. Read the user comments on any social media site, and you’ll see people struggling with tools that keep them from being productive, that make simple tasks complex, and that price the little guy from having access to full features.
Google will send you some mail to help you get verified.
Google+ Local made a mess of Google Places.
In the good old days, smart businesses signed up to manage their already existant Google Places pages, adding information on hours, products, and photos to the search results that turned up in Google Maps. Customers could find out all they needed to know about a business, plus reviews, on a Google Maps search result, which brought up those Google Places. Business owners also maintained their Google+ Business Page alongside their Facebook Page. One was map-based, the other two were social media properties.
Then Google created Google+ Local, through their Google+ social networking system, and phased out Google Places. And for a while, business owners had the conundrum of having a Google+ Business Page and a Google+ Local Page with no way to connect them together and have control over the entire package.
Bannockburn Baptist Church believes in the importance of inspiring generations. One of their core messages is that of connecting all generations together “one home at a time” and they wanted a website that could help the accomplish this.
Bannockburn Baptist Church focuses on bringing generations together, one home at a time. Their new website helps them with this mission.
Every blogger, no matter the topic or type of blog, is looking for an edge to gain more traffic. How can you get more traffic to your blog? There are many ways, but one of the most successful is through the use of Search Engine Optimization (SEO). You’ve heard of the term, but might not have taken the time to become an expert.
The truth is that SEO is one of the top tools for better traffic, mainly because it is based on a (somewhat) scientific method. If you can get better at SEO, you can increase traffic to your blog. And one way to get better at SEO is to use the free Keyword Tool from Google AdWords.
Great social media marketing doesn’t happen on its own. You plan for it.
Without a plan in life and in work, you don’t know where you’re going and, unfortunately, that’s where you’ll end up. Social media marketing is no different; you need a plan. You need an over-all plan and a day-to-day plan.
And, when it comes to those plans, they must be plans that you can execute with the resources you have, including time. Let me tell you about our 30 Minutes Of Twitter.
Setting up a Gravatar is easy, and gives your words a face to go along with them.
Gravatars are “Globally Recognized” avatars. They are based on association with an email, and show up on any website or forum where you’ve written or commented with that email. Using a Gravatar instead of just an avatar makes it super easy to maintain your identity across the entire web, and not have to manage different pictures uploaded to every profile you’ve ever created. If a site recognizes Gravatar, you’re set.
Writing great headlines can be a hard job for any blogger. So much of our post’s success rests on the quality of the first few words. It can be daunting for even the most seasoned blogger to get that headline right, but it doesn’t have to be. There is a simple way to write great headlines, every time, without sounding repetitive or pushy.
The City That Never Sleeps is New York, but really, it should be Las Vegas. When you’re on The Strip in Las Vegas late at night, you start to wonder if anyone will ever go to sleep.
Instead, the cash registers and the slot machines and ticket booths keep churning. Where else in the world are people shopping and spending money at all hours of the day? Why do they do it? And how could that possibly have any effect on your business?
Habits are powerful. They are the science behind the drive home from work that we don’t remember, and the morning routine that we complete with our eyes half shut. We all have them, and we all execute them without much thought. So do our customers.