The new Girard at Large website is approaching 30 days since its launch. But it didn’t take nearly that long to realize that something was very, very different from its previous incarnation. Almost instantly, there were already messages from Google that essentially said, “I see what you did there.” There were indirect signs like Google […]
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I was meeting with a sales professional last week and we were talking about the differences between inbound and outbound marketing. Our conversation wandered into a discussion about how to scale from a from a single craftsman, tradesman or consultant into a salable business model. That’s when it hit me and I realized what the […]
Weekly High Five lists the most interesting, compelling, and/or useful links of each week. This week’s theme is “The Tangled Web.”
When search engines ruled the Internet, links were the currency of Internet marketing. But the walled gardens of social media use a new coin of the realm.
Facebook’s terms of service and unintuitive user interface make it difficult for businesses to get started. This article provides tips and warnings for creating fan pages.