Market Your Business

Marketing advice for small businesses who are looking not just to survive online, but to thrive.

Marketing advice for small businesses who are looking not just to survive online, but to thrive.

Sales and Marketing Manager at DotGO. Spends the day speaking with small businesses and finding clever ways of using modern technology to its fullest potential.

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Understanding CRO: Conversion Rate Optimisation

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Does my business need a Google Business Profile?

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How to Streamline Your Socials

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I want to be Number One on Google

Knowing how your customers search for you is the most important part of being found online. Knowing what you want to be number one for is where your online marketing strategy begin...  more  

Which Social Media Should My Business Target?

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Google Loves To EAT. What On Earth Does That Mean?

If you’ve had your finger on (or anywhere near) the SEO pulse in the last couple of years, you might have heard about EAT. What does that mean, though? If you want your website to ...  more  

SEO: Why Location Matters

Village, town, city, or country? Which location is best for your website, and why small is often beautiful. How choosing a small locality does not limit a business, and how niche p...  more  

How to make meaningful engagements with your customers

According to the former boss of Scandinavian Airways, you have a window of just 15 seconds to make a customer feel appreciated. Clocks ticking...  more