Don’t let your business website languish in the world wide wastelands – here’s Red Shoes’ handy hints to get more visitors.
Tracey Sweetland Blog
Marketing what you sell or the services you offer is crucial to the future success of your business and really does not need to take up lots of your time or money.
Advertising in print and online is a key part of any successful small business’s marketing mix. Here’s Red Shoes’ guide to including the right elements to make it work for your business.
Search Engine Optimisation is the art of getting your content to the top of search engine results, so how do you integrate SEO into your small business website? Here’s Plan B’s guide for beginners.
Business adverts need certain elements such as an attention grabbing headline and a clear call to action to be effective. Here’s Red Shoes’ easy guide to creating an ad for your business that convinces customers.
A good website designer will be able to guide you through the design process to ensure you get the best possible website for your business, but there are certain things you can do to make the process as smooth as possible.
Google My Business is a valuable first step in local search engine optimisation and a great tool to get your business noticed.
Google My Business helps improve visibility in search results and makes it more likely customers will find you when looking for a local provider.
Stand head and shoulders above the competition by following these three easy steps to making the most of your Google My Business profile.
In today’s digital age leaflets may be considered old hat, but a well-designed leaflet, which is visually appealing and packed with useful information, can be a cost-effective promotional tool.