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Experiment #1 – Twitter Conclusion

After a year of creating content and posting it to Facebook and Twitter, I have had hundreds of clicks on Facebook and 2 from Twitter.

One of the most important parts of learning marketing is to listen to the stats and respond to them in a way that is consistent with your inner ethos and aesthetic.

Reasons for so little leads for my business are possibly: I don’t understand it well enough, I have not identified my target market on there, and I don’t spend enough time on there.

That said, I am now going to experiment with LinkedIn, which has had one referral per post in the last year.

Don’t Make This SEO Mistake!

I Broke My Website with This Simple SEO Mistake As I was researching my website content and its ranking on Google today, I came across one seo mistake of the many I have made and am learning from in managing my own websites.  If you’ve ever heard of the barber who never had a good… Continue Reading

Introducing Case Study #1

A case study takes time, but I wanted to record my before info here so that you can see how I run my basic inbound and social campaign. Customer: Aletheia Christian College Problem: Has a hard time recruiting students from rural Idaho and their target market has been too small in the past. This results… Continue Reading


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