Category Archives: blog

Blog Problems Update

You may have seen some weird stuff going on here lately. Like a recurring blog post about promoting a non-profit event. I am having a technical issue with the website right now that will not post articles longer that about 400 words. At this point, I am unsure if the issue is with WordPress, my custom Headway theme, or my hosting. I have technicians working on it and hopefully it will be fixed soon.

As far as that Promoting a Non-Profit event blog post you have seen, there are eight steps. So if you seen that post with less than eight, you haven’t seen everything. I promise it’s a good formula and will post it as soon as the technical issues are resolved. Meantime I will probably be posting shorter posts.

If you have any experience with this issue, please feel free to contact me.

– Jay

Mr. Happy Crack says…

Guest Post by Jim Morris Brands with a sense of humor (in their tagline) win. Case in point: The Crack Team, a St. Louis-based foundation repair service, now with 15 offices across the U.S. Founded in 1985, this business grew reasonably but incrementally over the next 16 years, reaching sales of $3 million. Then, in

Pressing the Panic Button

You need business and you need it now. You don’t want all this “take a few weeks to work on your brand” stuff. How about something you can do RIGHT NOW to market your business for immediate impact? Because in another month or two, it might be too late. Flickr photo by aperte Fair enough.

Are You an Entrepreneur?

As you consider that question, take a look at this definition, An entrepreneur: One who shifts economic resources out of an area of lower, and into an area of higher yield. Tim Ferris – THE 4-HOUR WORK WEEK This has been a topic of conversation around the office and amongst friends as I prepare to

Do you need a special website for the iPad?

This is one of those questions that has to be answered this year. The tablet PC is coming, and not just the iPad. The predictions are frantically flying about. Internet Retailer Magazine says that in just a few years 82 million Americans will own a tablet PC. Worldwide, the figures could be staggering. ReadWriteBiz calls

Why I Don’t Find a Niche

Other marketers frequently advise me to “find a niche.” What they mean is to specialize in an industry, or re-package my stuff for an industry. Such as “The Marketing Spot for Real Estate Agents.” I don’t want to…at least not in the way they mean niche. The thinking is this: people would rather see a

How to Write a Blog Post, Step by Step

Businesses know they should be blogging, but don’t know where to begin. Here is a basic, step-by-step process that I use to write a blog post. Step 1: Choose Your Topic The most common protest I hear about adding a blog to a business website is: “I don’t know what to write about.” Actually, finding

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