Tag Archives: marketing
31DBBB Day 3: Promote a Blog Post

31DBBB Day 3: Promote a Blog Post

There seems to be an “If you build it, they will come” mentality with some bloggers. Nothing could be further from the truth. Successful bloggers, proactively reach out to people to build their audience. Here are some of the ways I do that.

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7 Church Marketing Myths (and counting)

7 Church Marketing Myths (and counting)

Steve Fogg is running an excellent series on his blog about church marketing myths.

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Do Older, Well Established Websites Need SEO?

Do Older, Well Established Websites Need SEO?

Are SEO services helpful for older, established sites? Depending on how old and established a site is, the need for an aggressive SEO service may not seem as urgent. That said, there are three key reasons an SEO service is still important and effective for older, established sites.

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Five Free Tools for Measuring Your Search Marketing

Once you’ve started search marketing for your website, it’s important to track how you are doing in the search engines, measure the success of your efforts, and find ways to improve your results. Here are five free tools to help you measure the search marketing for your website:

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Five Free Tools for SEO

Unlike just about any other form of marketing, search marketing has the ability to provide you with an ever increasing amount of free traffic to your website. With this in mind, I want to encourage everyone of you with a website to start marketing your website in the search engines. To help get you started, here are 5 free tools you can use to get the SEO ball rolling for your website.

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Growing Through Search Marketing – A Case Study

Search Engine Marketing can be a very effective way of not only generating traffic to your website, but targeting the specific traffic that is interested in what your website has to offer. This has the effect of not only increasing the traffic to your website, but also increasing the conversions on your website. This may mean more sales, more visitors to your church, or, as in the case of Christian Leadership University, more students. Here’s how.

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