Yes, memes are fun, but that doesn’t mean you should use them for your business.
Former co-host Allison Carter is back to celebrate the 500th episode of More than a Few Words a Marketing Podcast for business owners.
Our guest Bryan Caplan explains why reviews matter for both SEO and general crediility for your business. People will research you before the buy from you
Twitter, is a great way to present a human side to your brand, connect with people you might never meet otherwise, and engage in regular conversations with people you may never meet face to face.
Bobbi Baehne explains why every business should embrace Instagram stories. This platofrm is not just for flowers, food and fashion
Email vs social media, which is better for your business? More than a Few Words host, Lorraine Ball how each adds to your digital marketing plan
In this marketing minute we discuss taking time to compare your website to your competitors.
Andrea Breanna, the founder of Rebel Mouse explains we often share something because it is so striking it hits our ITMO (inability to move on).
Lorraine Ball explains why you need to solicit online reviews as more than 88% of online shoppers incorporate them into purchase decisions.
You may be good on social media. But being good at managing your account does not mean you have the skills to be a successful social media chef.
In 2020 we launched our first Digital Marketing Survey. A decade later we are still asking the same questions, with some surprising responses.
Want to start a conversation? Start with a question. That’s what Robby Slaughter does every single day on Facebook.
Monday morning at Roundpeg, right around 11 am, we set up the camera and shoot a Facebook live video. Why do we do it?
That’s the topic of this week’s episode of More Than a Few Words with Sam Von Tobel, the new host of Monday Morning at the ‘Peg.
When you are developing social media, where does the information come from? How do you figure out what to write?
Let’s face it, most companies need a little “help” with their content. This week, Kevin Mullett explains his approach to creating effective and relevant content. He calls it the H.E.L.P. philosophy.
Lorraine Ball and some of our all-time favorite conversations
Javed S. Khan is back with more tips and tricks to improve your LinkedIn results.
Lindsey Anderson says that Facebook Challenges are the next big thing to reach new audiences.
In this conversation with Stephanie Daily, the topic jumps from social media topic to social media topic with an emphasis on some restaurant marketing tips.
Javed Khan shares five tips to improve your LinkedIn profile.
Jennifer Denney shares an example of a consumer product successfully marketed using the LinkedIn advertising tool.
Co-founders of Green Loop Marketing, Melanie Allen and Meghan Martin join us for a conversation about social media audits.
This week we spoke to Bobbi Baehne about how to use Facebook chatbots to deliver messages your customers will notice.
Growing an Instagram fan base takes a bit more work than Facebook, but Will Hardison explains it can be done with a bit of creative collaboration.
Jennifer Denney shares ideas on how you can use Facebook advertisements to build a sales funnel with cold leads from Facebook.
Jennifer Denney talks about how Google ads are a terrific way to build warm sales funnels, reaching interested prospects.
Why you need facebook verification, how to get your verification and what to do to maintain it.
If your products or services aren’t represented on Pinterest, you could be missing out on a growing stream of potential customers.
Goolge will always encourage you to spend more money on AdWords.
Erin stresses that everything in marketing is about engagement.