Time management skills are ideally something we learn in our teens and perfect in our twenties, but the accelerated pace of modern life can feel designed to prevent us from ever getting on top of things. There just never seem to be enough hours in the day, not with work responsibilities, home responsibilities, errands needing run, and the (very) necessary activities or hobbies that keep us sane.
I can’t believe I need to say it, but a Facebook page is NOT an alternative to a website for your business! That Facebook page was sure easy to make, and maybe it even has some activity, but it’s not a replacement for a regular website. Why?
So, do you need SEO? For some businesses, the answer is “no.”
I think I heard a few jaws hit the floor!
Not all clients are created equal. Some are dreams come true, and others can turn into nightmares. For other marketing folks and those who do web-related services, we probably have bumped into the same set of scary clients with unreal expectations, misinformation, tight budgets, poor practices, and all-around ignorance. And some of you may be the actual clients that make the rest of us cringe. So what are the client red flags to run from—or the behavior you should change if you want to do business better?