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6 Types of Images That Grab Attention – Infographic

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6 Image Types for Engaging Your Customer Money catches my attention… I’m always looking for good photos that don’t cost much because perhaps you’ve noticed — this site doesn’t have any ads. Which means NO BUCKS. So if I crack for a photo, I’d sure like to know it’s going to catch your attention. And journalist Benjamin Kabin, while searching… Read More..
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Network and Build Your Email List the Easy Way

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— Build Your Email List – Easy…With These Instructions Sorry, this is just a screenshot –you can’t get a cup of coffee by signing on here. You already know that one of the most effective marketing tools you have is your email list. The names on it are people who have expressed interest in your business and your present customers.… Read More..
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TO-DO List for Do-It-Yourself Marketing

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— Print Out This Do-It-Yourself Marketing TO-DO Checklist I hate it when bloggers write lists of 10,000 items to do – there are just too many, and what are we supposed to do with them? Copy them all down in notebooks?  This is the third in a series on Do-It-Yourself Marketing. To read the first post on 5 Reasons Why… Read More..
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5 Top MUST-KNOW Items for Do-It-Yourself Marketing

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— Do-It-Yourself Marketing – Your 5 Top MUST KNOW Items Since this marketing blog is aimed at entrepreneurs and businesspeople, I’m going to assume that many of us, including me, use the Do-It-Yourself marketing method. Maybe you use the D-I-Y method because it’s fun and you love marketing, but maybe you use it because it’s cheap and you’re trying to… Read More..
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Who Reads This Blog?

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This Blog Is About You Karma hanging in there at Burning Man I’ve hit the 8-month mark on writing this blog, and I want to thank YOU, my subscribers who have joined me.  You are now one of hundreds of people who have subscribed – can you believe it? And what is even more surprising is that you aren’t all… Read More..
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Dealing with Difficult People

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Turn Your Difficult People into Fans! Do you have to deal with unhappy, complaining people? Who doesn’t?  And sometimes maybe you are one of those difficult people — have you ever called a company to complain, navigated through their extensive phone tree, only to either be cut off or put on hold until you gave up?  Argh@!+!**?/!!  Toooo bad for… Read More..
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Web Words That You MUST Know – A Glossary

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–Web Words You’ll Need to Know If you have a website, you have heard these words…but did you know exactly what they mean?      I didn’t….and thank goodness I now know how to pronounce “meme”.  (see below)   Hubspot does a great job of giving us important information, and when I saw this list of techie words, written by Alec Biedrzycki, I … Read More..
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Blogging Tips for Fun, Fame or Fortune

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Blogging  – Isn’t it time you started? Maybe your blog will be about Burning Man activities…or crazy friends? Are you considering starting a blog? Maybe to record your travel adventures (or maybe your wild week at Burning Man), the book reviews that your book club writes…or maybe you’re being pushed to start a blog for your company website? How about… Read More..
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Just for Fun – Best Video Ads I’ve Seen Lately

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Best Video Ads I’ve Seen Lately A group of us from the LinkedIn group  called Ad Pros have been talking about really great ads and how to give them the recognition they deserve, and we’re working on how we might do that.  In the meantime, these are ad videos that I have watched all the way through and remembered.  In… Read More..
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How Much Does Facebook Advertising Cost?

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— Facebook Advertising Cost: Maximum and Minimum Spends I have found some really good posts on advertising costs, and since any one of us in business at some point has considered advertising on Facebook (or we’re getting ready to think about it), I thought you’d appreciate this article by Marc Prosser of Fit Small Business.  Here are two acronyms you… Read More..
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10 Avoidable Marketing Mistakes

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Hi everyone – This article on marketing mistakes that you could easily correct or avoid is by Cyndie Shaffstall, and it is well worth your time! You can read more about Cyndie at the end of her article: 10 Avoidable Marketing Mistakes Many entrepreneurs are responsible in whole or in part for their company’s marketing — and in many cases… Read More..
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4 Ways to Ace Client Communication

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Dr. Sandra Folk  of The Language Lab joins us again with her timely communication approach to hitting the ball in court every time! Many thanks to Sandra for this on-target advice: I love tennis!  And every time there’s a major tennis tournament, like the upcoming US Open, I stayed glued to the TV screen watching the tennis greats.  What makes… Read More..
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Blog Layout Guide – Tips to Make Blogs Work

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Your Blog Layout Is Super Important Guest blogger Lauren Hong is the owner of Out & About Communications, a branding and graphic design company in San Diego. She has studied internationally to hone her skills, and you’ll enjoy hearing her suggestions — she wrote this post on designing your blog layout especially for Adhelper. Here’s Lauren: Do you blog or… Read More..
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Pros and Cons of Cloud Computing

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This article is an update to Chris Green’s popular article ‘THE CLOUD – EVERYTHING You Need to Know – I Mean EVERYTHING!‘  After the article was posted, quite a few questions were asked about users’ issues and concerns with cloud computing; in particular, questions regarding web accessibility and the difference between the cloud 1.0 and 2.0, so here are Chris… Read More..
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How to Write Great Testimonials

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Writing Testimonials that Really WORK for You! Our guest blogger today is Amy Brucker, a lifework healer & guide who really understands how testimonials can be powerful forces for your business, or just space wasters taking up room. If you don’t have testimonials on your web and printed materials, you are missing the psychological advantage that committed customers can bring… Read More..
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3 Types of Advertising That Do NOT Work

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Don’t Use These Types of Advertising! I have such fun reading other people’s blogs, and often I find content that I would like to share, but this one is SO true that I absolutely must share! We have all used these types of advertising and have regretted it immediately.  Heidi Cohen is a marketing expert, and her blog has some… Read More..
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7 Tips on Asking the RIGHT Questions

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Ask Good Questions: You’ll Get the Answers You Want Guest blog writer Sandra Folk has shared this post especially with Adhelper because I thought it was so important to our marketing efforts.  Having been in sales most of my life, the biggest mistake I see salespeople making is talking too much (I’m guilty, too.).  A great salesperson asks the right… Read More..
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