How’s your Website doing? Is it achieving increasing online visibility or is it losing visibility? Those are the only options. Website visibility is never static. You don’t bring your Website’s visibility up and then walk away knowing that the job
Follicly challenged is a good thing on Monday mornings when 2 Bald Guys & A Microphone take to the air – radio airwaves, that is. The radio show that seeks to inspire listeners, and Facebook viewers, at that delicate time
At Vindictive Vinyl, they wrap cars and trucks. Business owners come to them wanting their vehicles, not just to serve as mobile billboards for the company but, to present their business in a way that truly stands out – that
As a business owner, you’ve probably read books about the importance of making a good impression. No doubt, you realize this is a concept that extends to the physical presence of your store or office. That’s why you take the
The age of cash registers is long gone but has your auto dealership kept pace with merchant services that can benefit your operation … (read more)?
When you want the office clean – really clean – it pays to have a checklist to make sure you don’t miss anything. But, while you’re making that checklist, don’t forget the windows … (read more).
It takes a good content and a commitment to gain and keep the kind of visibility your business is looking for online. Yes, there are other factors to consider. But, even if you do everything else well, you won’t be able
Louise has a Website for her salon. She hired someone to build it a couple of years ago. And she paid good money for it – money she doesn’t feel was well spent. In other words, she’s not happy with
It’s a new year and time to set new goals for your business. Once you’ve set those goals, how do you plan to reach them? A Business Owners Boot Camp in Libertyville Friday, Jan. 13, will help business owners plot
I was fortunate. I was listening to the conversation but they weren’t talking about me. Oh, I have received the calls and by the hundreds. You know the ones: “You’ve been pre-approved for a $300,000 business loan.” That’s the robo