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Our thoughts, inspiration and words of wisdom
June 18, 2013 by Tim Priebe
Several months ago, YouTube rolled out some new changes to their YouTube channels. You had the option of whether or not to switch to the new “One Channel” design, but as of June 5th, 2013, the change has been applied to all channels. If you haven’t fixed your channel’s branding, it may not look very professional right now. So it’s time to get your channel back up to snuff!
People do business with those they know, like, and trust. If you want people to do business with you, you need some way of establishing that trust. That way, people will feel comfortable approaching you and doing business with you. But if you’re not careful, you may actually be losing that trust with your blog! [...]
While on a quest for some icon packs, I discovered this gem of a resource collection: Agile Designers. Not only does it have a huge list of resources for web designers and developers, but it also has resources for other aspects of your business, such as marketing, accounting, project management, and more!
If you’ve been following along this year, you’ll know we have been celebrating our 10th year anniversary every month this year with giveaways, specials, and contests. This month we have an especially awesome offer for any of our current clients, as well as new clients. We’ve dubbed it Mobile May Madness! (Not to be confused with March Madness)
All this year, we have been having giveaways, specials, and contests for our 10 Years of Awesomeness Celebration. April is no different! We started out on April 1st with our Million Dollar Giveaway. The plan was to give away a million dollars to one lucky organization, but we got stopped halfway through our video by Tim’s wife, Leann. It turns out we don’t really have those kinds of resources (yet).
As we already know, marketing online requires an audience. If you have no audience, you’re wasting your time marketing online. But many people trying to market their organization on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn struggle with building that audience. Last time, we looked at building your audience by doing them a favor. But taking one more step greatly increases your chances of getting them on board. Simply put…