The blog is now the most basic and essential marketing tool needed for today’s small businesses. Your blog can be a very powerful way for your readers, customers, audience, and market, to connect with you on a practical and emotional level, 24/7. If you do not include all the basic information that your readers are looking for when they visit your blog, they will leave your site feeling disappointed, and without making an emotional connection to you, your products, or services. And because of this, many will not return to your blog, or buy your products or services. Here is a quick run-down on the most essential information that you must include in your blog.
The first thing to appear is the Chrome browser. The same browser you have on Windows or Mac. The OS doesn’t automatically recognize your wifi. A small icon in the top right corner of the screen has a wifi menu. Click that and select your network. I also tested out my ethernet cable and that worked fine. Once that was done I could begin browsing the web.
There is a page that operates as an application dashboard. You can see a screen capture on the Sierra web page. A Chrome icon in the top left corner of the screen launches that page. From there I launched Facebook, Google Docs, etc and put in my logons for each. I couldn’t change or add any items to the control panel. I assume that will change. For unlisted applications, like Read my blog, I launched them in the browser and set bookmarks.
You have the ability to become the “new” media. You have the ability to influence people in a positive way. You have the ability to make a difference. Isn’t that really why you got into your business to begin with?
The results: one accountant offered him $500 to buy his list of people in his area who needed an accountant. And 21 people wrote back and asked about his SEO services. He made five sales resulting in $4300 income.
With the rise in popularity of social networking sites, it’s apparent that they need to be part of your marketing mix. Listed below are the top 20 Social Networking sites for 2011. Together, these sites represent 60 million visitors a month, and you need to address that large and growing market.
Now you don’t have to offer the same, but you need to offer something of value. This way you will build excellent relationships and trust with your prospects.