There have been a lot of discussions lately about Google Ads and its effectiveness in WordPress. Jason and Bridget are joined by advertising veteran Warren Laine-Naida. He is pretty famous for talking to people about $1/day search ads. Join live to ask him questions.
Our modern world puts up efficient, yet annoying, communication barriers. Market yourself by being reachable and you’ll have a key differentiator. In this episode, Jason and Bridget are joined by Adrian Tobey. We’ll chat about how giving people access to us makes a big difference in our small business marketing.
It’s one thing to network for clients and referrals yet another thing entirely to build a support network. What do we mean by support?
Developers and designers don’t know everything in their fields. After all, tech changes every 20 minutes. It’s easy to become out of touch on an odd client project. Who do you turn to in your network to jog your memory and point you in the right direction?
In this episode, Rhonda Negard joins Jason and Bridget to chat about how we all need a circle of peers to lean on.
“Managed WordPress Hosting” is as commonly known now, thanks to Sally Strebel as Kleenex. Pagely continues to be a market leader in the hosting space. And they’re privately funded! Their business conference Pressnomics is also Sally’s brainchild and attended by a host of entrepreneurs.
This week, Jason and Bridget are joined by Devin Walker, the CEO, and co-founder of GiveWP.com. We’ll have a discussion on how your dependency choices can affect your user experience. And that’s marketing, baby!
Should your business have a personality or be professional? Does professional mean boring? No way! Rhonda Negard joins Jason and Bridget to talk about how you can allow your business brand to have a personality of its own. You’ll definitely want to watch this episode.
It’s like the chicken and the egg. When do we launch the product’s landing page? When do we launch the landing page for our new service. Bridget and Jason will explore this topic on this must-see episode.
What’s the business application for using Twitter? Can you really grow your business by tweeting? What about Lead Gen? Yes. You can generate leads and build your business on Twitter. This week Bridget and Jason will give you 45 minutes packed with their best advice (valued at $175/hour). Don’t forget to listen for Jason and Bridget’s Tool or Tip of the Week.
Personal branding, speaking, and marketing is a moving target in our increasingly virtual world. How do you market yourself as a speaker in a time such as this? What tools help you remain relevant and keep the discussion going?
With the pandemic, restaurants are more cognizant of germs. Which the rest of us germaphobes have been like wait — you don’t clean your menus? Gross! So now you can’t go anywhere near a restaurant without scanning a QR Code.
The only thing is this — what do your customers see when they click that code?