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Is This Missing From YOUR Website?

General, Marketing, Promoting Your Business, Small Business, Wisconsin Website Design
Very few people enter your website from your home/index page. So you MUST include some specific information on EVERY PAGE. If you provide a service (as opposed to a mailable product) your physical address is very important. Your potential clients need to know where you are located – don’t make them look for it. Potential clients want to know how to contact you, whether it’s via email or phone number – don’t make them look for your contact information. Every page should have the following information, preferably at the top of the page: Your business name Your location Your contact info (phone number or email)
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Linking for Search Engine Optimization

Marketing, Promoting Your Business, Small Business
Think you don’t need a links page? Think again. Do you think linking to businesses similar to yours is bad? Again, think AGAIN. It’s common practice among some Wisconsin website designers to list all of their clients on the links pages of … ALL of their clients. The only person that helps is the designer himself. It doesn’t do much for YOU, unless any of the other sites he’s designed are similar to yours. If you sell jewelry, having a link to a company that manufactures window blinds or a Mom & Pop car dealership isn’t going to do much for you in the way of bringing the search engine spiders to your site. HOWEVER, if you sell jewelry, trading links with your suppliers, vendors or other local artisans WILL help. Having links from similar sites is very, very useful. Good ways to build links: Join the Better Business Bureau. Get a link from your local chamber of commerce. Submit your link to relevant city and state governmental resources. List ...
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How to Promote Your Day Spa on Twitter

Marketing, Promoting Your Business, Social Media Marketing, Social Networking
How to Promote Your Day Spa on Twitter By Sabah Karimi Twitter is one of the easiest ways to build a strong following online, but it’s grown to become more than just a micro-blogging platform and communication tool. Small businesses including day spas can leverage Twitter to attract new clients, stay in touch with guests and promote specials and other spa news. If you’re a day spa owner looking for ways to promote your business online – for free – here are some tips for promoting your day spa using Twitter: Use a Twitter directory to find potential clients. Twitter directories such as WeFollow and Twellow.com are among the fastest growing directories online, and can help you narrow down the field of tweeters based on keywords such as ‘spa’, ‘day spa’, but also by location. The location search feature is possibly one of the best ways to narrow down the field and find prospective guests. When you’ve found them, just follow them and wait for them to follow you back. Update at least ...
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Getting Caught Up!

Marketing, Specials, Web Design, Web Design Portfolio
I’m getting a few items added to the website design portfolio and getting some leads on new sites. CUSTOM DESIGN | STARTING AT $550 | DEPOSIT 50% Installing and Setup of WordPress on your host Custom Header/Footer/Background Five pages – You can add more in the future User Friendly Navigation Matching Social Media Icons Ad Space Favicon Spam Filter Contact Form
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Flash Portfolio Caught Up!

Graphic Design, Marketing
Got the Flash portfolio up to date! Take a look at JLReis Web Design’s Flash Portfolio
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