small business internet marketing

I wanted to invite you to some special I’ve got coming up. If you can make it to Melbourne on the 16th of May, I’m running a full 1 day workshop to detail what’s working now with online marketing and share where to get the best ROI for your marketing dollar. I was almost going to call it the SEO Method 4, but it’s so much more than SEO.

We’ve overhauled all of our SEO packages at Melbourne SEO Services – traditional SEO is dead. Now you need to be building authority, managing your reputation, owning the conversation, utilising smart content marketing, and making yourself Google proof.

I’ve perfected a method to do just this and that drives an unstoppable stream of highly qualified leads and buyers to your business. Please Note: This isn’t a magic button you can press, and it takes work, but it’s the most powerful small business Internet marketing system I’ve ever used.

You can find out more about the workshop here:
www.melbourneSEOservices.com/private-workshop

And if you’ve attended my events in the past, you’ll know a few things:

  • I’m a systems guy and this is step-by-step
  • I open the kimono and reveal everything
  • I only run events once to document our processes for internal use
  • Can’t make it to the live event? No worries, still book your ticket and you’ll get the recordings at the early bird discount rate (the best rate we’ll be offering it).

Anyway, I’m biased but I believe this will be the best investment you can make in 2014. Assuming you apply what you learn of course! Find out more here:
www.melbourneSEOservices.com/private-workshop

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It’s official. I am a married man {see the proof at the bottom of this post}.

Now if you’ve been subscribed to my newsletter for any length of time you probably noticed I’ve been a little pre-occupied with the wedding planning and haven’t been as proactive as usual.

My weekly emails haven’t been as consistent and that includes my tweets and Facebook messages too!

That said, it’s been business as usual for the rest of the team. Things have been humming along with client work and we’ve been tightening our systems and procedures.

And I know, once I’m back from my honeymoon, I’ll be “chopping at the bit” to get stuck back into things. We’ve got so many exciting things coming I can’t wait to share them with you.

But I digress!

Here are a few news items I think are important to you as the small/medium sized business owner:
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Matt Cutts On Penguin And Internal Links {always good to listen to Matt}
www.webpronews.com/matt-cutts-on-penguin-and-internal-links-2013-04

Links disavow placebo {we’re doing our own tests too and it’s matching up}
www.dejanseo.com.au/link-disavow-placebo

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Welcome to another post of the Small Business Internet Marketing Weekly – where we summarise online marketing news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners.

So, what’s news? Here’s what I spotted this week:

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Do Adwords customers get special treatment in organic search results {Matt Cutts}
www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aV5DmL_eog

Google’s most advanced voice search {the future of mobile search}
www.googleblog.blogspot.com/2012/10/googles-most-advanced-voice-search-has.html Read More>>

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Ok, I know I’m running behind a few days but there are just so many things to keep us busy…

Here’s the Small Business Internet Marketing Weekly where we summarise news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners.

Lots of interesting things happening this week for those working on their small business SEO: Read More>>

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Wouldn’t it be fantastic if someone arrived at your site, already convinced that they need your product?

All they want is a quick look over your prices, confirm that you have a money-back guarantee, and they’re ready to place their order.

It’s easier than you think – once you understand what I call the “virtual changing room”. It’s an essential part of most small business internet marketing strategies.

Watch the video below to find out what I’m talking about. Click below.

www.AustralianInternetMarketing.com/email-list-building

Most small businesses miss this and it costs them big time in the long run.

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Here’s the Small Business Internet Marketing Weekly with a summary of news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. And WOW what a big week it has been! You’ll discover in this week’s SEO news that SEO is definitely not for the faint hearted – this week we’ve seen a massive shake up with Google’s latest Panda update.

There’s plenty of talk around the traps about how SEO as we know it is dead – but you always expect that ;) SEO is long from being dead and it’s really just a matter of responding to the changes.

We’ve found those following our methods have been safe since we’re following the rule “build a variety of links, from a variety of different sources, with variety of different anchor texts, pointing to a variety of pages on your site”. If you’ve been following the method… you’re safe.

I’m actually working on a new report (as we speak) about solid SEO campaign. Stay tuned for that since I’ll be looking for some proofreaders who want a preview copy :)

Anyway, I digress, here’s the news from this week:  Read More>>

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Stay ahead of the race with the best strategy.

Every successful business needs a website. Even if your business is primarily run offline, it is essential that you have an online presence as well. There are two main reasons for this. The first is that customers expect you to have a website. If your prospective customer wants your phone number or wants to find out your opening times, he is far more likely to search the web (on his laptop or smartphone) than he is to pick up the Yellow Pages. The second reason is that if you search for a particular business on Google Maps, you’ll find a dozen suppliers within your area. If you’re not listed there, then your prospective customer will go to one of your competitors. Read More>>

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Ready for another issue of Small Business Internet Marketing Weekly? Here’s more news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. We scour the internet to keep you on top of what’s important to you and your business.

Here’s what we’ve spotted this week:

1. Lessons leaned by over optimising your website – real world insights
http://www.seomoz.org/blog/lessons-learned-by-an-over-optimizer-14730

2. The new SEO process – a long but good recap of solid SEO
http://www.seomoz.org/blog/the-new-seo-process-quit-being-kanye  Read More>>

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Okay, so it’s been a long time coming but it’s worth the wait ;) Here’s this year’s first issue of the Small Business Internet Marketing Weekly, our summary of news and helpful links for small/medium sized business owners. We scour the internet to keep you on top of what’s important to you and your business.

Here’s what we’ve spotted this week:

1. What I learned from reviewing 45+ websites – excellent must read
http://conversionxl.com/what-i-learned-from-reviewing-websites/

2. Google+ SEO guides you should read – I’m on G+, you should be too
http://searchengineland.com/two-google-seo-guides-you-should-read-111703

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I’m freshly back from visiting the team in the Philippines and I think that deserves a post in itself, but before that, I wanted to send through a few interviews with some of the biggest names in the marketing. I just posted them on YouTube – and I really think they’ll help you.

I actually asked them for their best (quick and easy) marketing strategies you can apply to your business right now!

They’re only short videos (under 10 mins each) and I got some awesome answers. Which leads me to the question, why do chicks get more clicks?

Out of all the interviews, the one with Jen Sheehan – the Facebook Queen – has already clocked the most views.

Why?

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