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These Uses for Redirects Can Save You Time and Money

These Uses for Redirects Can Save You Time and Money

3 Uses for 301 Redirects I know, I couldn’t resist the numerical alliteration: 3 uses for 301 Redirects. Before we get into the uses, this post will cover some of the technical aspects you may or may not know about 301 redirects, 404 error messages, and why they matter on your website. Technical Aspects of… Continue Reading

Saturday Book Review: Screw Business as Usual

Saturday Book Review: Screw Business as Usual

After a small hiatus, SBR (Saturday Book Review) is back. Short and to the point, I read and review business, fiction, self-help or other works of information and show how they can apply to you as a business owner, entrepreneur, or marketer. Today’s review is about Richard Branson’s book Screw Business as Usual. One thing that… Continue Reading

Don’t Make This SEO Mistake!

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

Building Businesses Through Writing Content

Building Businesses Through Writing Content

If you have not seen Paul Davis Solutions active recently, the reason is simple: I have been writing content on multiple platforms for different customers. For example, FrameMaker Arts is a new site that Paul Davis Solutions manages content and website technology for: Some other projects include helping with marketing planning for Greater St. Louis… Continue Reading

List Building Challenge

List Building Challenge

Do you use WordPress? Whether for a business site, a personal blog, or a business blog, WordPress is a powerful system for building leads and managing a site. Do you use another CMS? If you do, the list building challenge I am talking about can be helpful, but much of the software in it is… Continue Reading

Open For Guest Posters 

Open For Guest Posters 

Do you have a marketing or art story to share? Do you think your business experience would make a great story for The Art of Marketing? If so,  we are interested in guest proposals for the following types of content: Vlogs – embed your story, tips, or tutorial in a post. Blogs – write a… Continue Reading

How Automation Tricks Save Me 100s of Hours a Month

How Automation Tricks Save Me 100s of Hours a Month

Note: The first part of this post about my social marketing tip is mostly tongue in cheek. If you want to get to the meat of the automation tricks, head down to the bottom of the post. If you don’t mind reading a little bloomin humor (sorry, couldn’t help it), read on. I often read… Continue Reading

Saturday Gratitude: Charlotte Metro 

Saturday Gratitude: Charlotte Metro 

I just saw this infographic on why Charlotte is the fastest growing metro area in the United States.  I’m grateful to have started Paul Davis Solutions here in this time of growth.  http://www.charlottestories.com/heres-charlotte-became-fastest-growing-city-country-past-decade/ Regular Content Coaching Straight To My Inbox?Your information will *never* be shared or sold to a 3rd party. Continue Reading

30 Day Round Up

30 Day Round Up

Well, it took me nearly 60 days to do this latest 30 day challenge, but I did it.  Here are the 4 most viewed posts from the last iteration of the blogging challenge:  How Do You Establish Yourself as a Thought Leader Through Content Marketing?  4 Art Forms Necessary for Delivering Your Marketing Message The… Continue Reading

3 Reasons Entrepreneurs Need More Sleep 

3 Reasons Entrepreneurs Need More Sleep 

    So, you’re starting your business, and you think that successful people work a minimum of 80 hours a week until they have it made. Sleep? I’ll sleep when I’m dead, you say. Not so fast. I could give you research that shows people stop working efficiently after 55 hours of work, I could… Continue Reading

The Art of Marketing: Long Form Content vs Short Form Content

The Art of Marketing: Long Form Content vs Short Form Content

I love being married to this beautiful dancer (Follow her choreography at FRAME). She inspires so much of my marketing and content writing; I am spoiled. Also, she’s beautiful, but sorry, where was I? Long-Form Content vs Short-Form Content I know many people discuss how long-form content is better. Long blogs get shared more, more… Continue Reading