Monthly Archives: December 2013

Getting the Best Live Leads Possible

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Being an internet marketing consultant is not an easy task. We are normally hired by different companies to increase their online exposure and therefore, increase the amount of leads and new clients.

As we all know, we are living in a digital era and most of the time, when people are looking for products and services they use the internet and more specifically, search engines. The main part of our job as a Live leads and digital marketing firm, is to provide our clients with great and powerful tools like Live Lead Transfers and Search Engine optimization, which increases not only their organic presence, but also the amount of paid ads and much more. Depending on the industry and market, the competitions for the top spots on Google can be very tough and depending on the budget the client is working with, it could take a while before the client sees improvement on rankings and therefore a return on investment.

The most important thing to remember is that it is not always about the budget. Rankings can be obtained depending on the website, how long it has been around and most important of all, the content on the site. As internet marketing consultants, we have to make sure we are up to date with all the algorithm changes and also the changes in the industry, because if we do not, our clients website’s could be penalized, causing a great set back on a digital marketing campaign.

What we do it is not easy, but I would not want to work in any other industry.

Recently I took on a client and I could have never guessed how difficult this internet marketing campaign would be. I knew that because he was a plumber, it was going to be competitive and most likely we would not see immediate results because of that.

Local search marketing can be very challenging sometimes, even for an experienced lead generation and digital marketing company like mine, but I took on this client knowing that this would be a challenge I was willing to accept. The most challenging part of all of this, my client was under the impression that because he had a big budget to work with, it would only be a matter of days or weeks before he could get on the first page of Google.

Unfortunately, that is not how it works and he was kind of disappointed at first. I proceeded to explain that even though we were working with a very competitive budget, the is always the time factor. In order to increase a website’s online presence and improve rankings, that website has to build authority and that authority does not come overnight.

It simply takes time! Any Internet marketing campaign based on search engine optimization, if done correctly, can take up to six months before the the business starts seeing some return on investment and even then, it does not necessarily mean that they are going to be flooded with new clients and leads. My best advice to anybody who wants a successful online marketing campaign is to focus on building authority on their website and doing it the right way.

Go To a Kids-Friendly Orthodontics Office In Bakersfield

Dental health is an important part of your overall health. And as a parent, you have a responsibility to care for your children’s health. This means taking them to doctor, the dentist, but also the orthodontist. Maintaining straight teeth and a sound jaw is an important part of a child’s overall health. There can be all kinds of health issues that rise from a lack of orthodontics treatments. Some people suffer from severe migraines and they do not know why. Then they go to the orthodontist’s office and discover that it has to do with the way that their jaw and their teeth align. Some people suffer from speech impediments because of their jaw and their teeth. Some people are not able to chew effectively because of crooked teeth. It is a far bigger issue than just wanting to have a Hollywood smile. And this is especially important for children. Though kids may protest, braces are great ways of ensuring a lifetime of healthy teeth. But the orthodontist’s office can be a little intimidating for young people. It can be a daunting experience. Because the procedures can be a little painful and uncomfortable, it is natural that they would associate going to this particular office with a negative feeling. And then it is possible that the kid could foster negative feelings about dental health in general. Find an orthodontics office that is kids-friendly. It is a great way of encouraging your kids to think positively about orthodontics, their braces, and dental health in general. How do you know if an orthodontics office is kids-friendly? Well, it starts and stops with the personnel. If you have a chance to get to know the doctor and the nurses, you can get a really good sense if they are good with kids. It may be hard to tell from brief interactions. This is a time when reviews might be a good help. If you hear about other people’s experience, you can be better informed. The Internet is a great source of reviews. There are lots of websites out there made just for this purpose. The advent of social media also contributes to this. People are communicating at a much higher rate than ever before, and this can help consumers make more informed decisions about how they spend their money. This applies to groceries as much as to orthodontics. So hunt around a bit to find a good orthodontist. Do a bit of homework, ask some previous patients, and go talk to the orthodontist personally. I can say from personal experience that I have a much more positive attitude about dental health after seeing a dentist that I really like. She is informative and cheery, and it has changed my overall attitude about dental health. You want the same for your kid. To encourage your kid in any way to take care of himself or herself is an important duty of a parent. So make sure that you find an orthodontist that is going to inspire your kid to take care of their teeth.


Starting a concession stand for our kids’ sport games

Coming up with money has been difficult for my husband and I the last few years after both of us, who work as freelancers, started facing a lot of difficulties finding any work. As a freelancer, we are both used to being creative for finding work. In no other business do the workers have to try so hard to sell themselves and their ideas in order to scrape by with pennies. My husband and I were brainstorming one evening with all of our bills spread across the table on new ways to make a bit of money. We started by making two lists, one of things we would like to do and one with the things we already spend a lot of time doing. I had heard at a freelancer’s workshop once that the best way to find extra cash in your life it to market on something you are already doing for free. American Concession StandsMost of the things on our “things we already do” list were not much more than humorous what ifs. What if we could get paid for doing our own laundry or get paid to help our kids with their homework. While those may not be the greatest or most profitable of ideas, one thing we thought of is how much time we spend at our kids’ sport games. We want to support all of our kids so we always make it a point for at least one, if not both of us to be there at every game, no matter how monotonous it may get sometimes. We started to think about all this time we spend at games. How because it is a small and rather small field we always had to bring a cooler of drinks and snacks. We probably would have bought food but the closest place was a few minutes away and to give up a parking place at a youth soccer or baseball game is subjecting yourself to some sort of slow, monotonous torture. Plus, we didn’t want to leave and miss some of our kid’s game. What if we missed them scoring a goal or making a great pass? We would never hear the end of it. This whole thing lead to our best idea so far, selling basic food and drinks at the games. We talked to the owner of the field about opening a small operation, only selling to our team and the opposing team during our team’s games. We didn’t want to make it any sort of big operation, just something to have going while we were already planning on being at the sports complex. The owner was ok with the idea so we started looking at concession stand suppliers and decided what kinds of things we wanted to sell. Because this was a small operation we wanted to keep it small and basic, nothing that had a terribly short shelf life or wasn’t hands down popular. We made a small list and have started to order everything we need from American Concession Supplies. By next week we should be up and running our first concession stand during our daughters game.