Yes, content marketing can work really well for a brick and mortar business. A content marketing strategy that’s pointed at measurable, specific, local goals can be really powerful. It may well be the handful of pieces that will complete your successful marketing puzzle.
13 Ways to Attract More Music Students Without Paid Ads If you teach music lessons, you might well be one of the lucky few who get to enjoy making a living by living your passion and sharing it with others. Assuming you can keep those lesson slots full. Whether a home studio, music shop, orContinue reading “Marketing Ideas for Music Lessons”
Could you be one of the many business owners who has overlooked one of the keys to marketing a local business? Let’s ask it this way: When is the last time you checked your business’s listing on Yelp or another review site? Do you know what the reviews about your business say? Many business ownersContinue reading “Yes, Your Yelp Page Matters. How To Improve and Leverage Review Site Pages For Your Business.”
Do you love the strategizing the researching and the planning that goes into content marketing? Are you one of those people who knows exactly how you want your content marketing to play out? You’ve got your keywords. You’ve got your topics. You’ve got lists of ideas. You might even have an editorial calendar for yourContinue reading “6 Strategies to Help You Actually Get Your Web Content Written”
Before we can really talk about how to market specifically to moms, parents, and caregivers, we need to make sure some foundational pillars are in place. Nitty-gritty marketing data won’t help you much if you’ve neglected your digital marketing foundation. I’m finding that a lot of my clients need to circle back to these sevenContinue reading “7 Fundamentals for Marketing to Parents Online”