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How to improve mail deliverability by avoiding role-based email addresses

How to improve mail deliverability by avoiding role-based email addresses

What are role based email addresses and how does the system handle them? Role-based email addresses (like admin@, help@, sales@, leads@) are email addresses that are not associated with a particular person, but rather with a company, department, position or group of recipients. They are not generally intended for personal use, as they typically include [...]

Create Pages That Engage Visitors Quickly

Average first-time visitors make decisions about a website after only two-tenths of a second, according to Entrepreneur.com. After another 2.6 seconds, they will concentrate enough to reinforce that initial judgment. If a website doesn’t impress readers immediately, it can lose them in the blink of an eye. Use these strategies to attract and retain readers: [...]

Google Plus for Your Business

Google is well known for its search engine. Google also provides a social networking site called Google Plus. Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn are all the typical social networking tools that businesses expect you to use. Is your business using Google Plus? Did you know that Google Plus was the second most used social networking platform [...]

Thinking About Content

As we start 2014, here are some valuable tips and links to get you thinking about managing and improving your content. Corporate blogging and blog marketing guide Blogs, short for web logs, are online platforms to create specific types of content, share them and interact with others around those content objects, known as blog posts. [...]

Anyone not Bloggin?

Here are some common reasons you or the small business you work for might be dragging your heels. No time for Blogging Don’t have any content (nothing to say) No writers on our team https://www.marketingprofs.com/articles/2017/32837/how-a-blog-can-help-you-build-a-personal-brand-online Doug outlines some excellent points in this day and age you simply can’t afford to miss.

‘Do It Yourself’ part of your website

I presented a seminar topic on web content to delegates of the annual OAAS convention last Friday. Posted here is a copy of the PowerPoint. (which I will apologize for as it is a little dry). Content can be the ‘Do It Yourself’ part of your website. Unlike the other aspects where hiring a professional [...]