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Structured Data: Speaking the Language of SEO

Structured Data: Speaking the Language of SEO

In the world of search engines and Google, where your website ranks and how it displays can have a huge impact on the incoming traffic volume for your site. The average click-through rate for the first Google desktop search results is 32 percent. And for mobile sites, the click-through rate for the top-ranking search result … Continued

Avoid the Perfection Perspective

Avoid the Perfection Perspective

Missing goals is a drag. From business, to personal, to physical… I have missed a LOT of goals I have set for myself over the years. Some of these misses stemmed from setting unreasonable goals in the first place. (Did I really expect to run 100 miles without the guidance from a coach the first … Continued

You Don’t Need Another Tool

Here’s some hard truth this morning: You don’t need another tool. Did you catch that? You. Don’t. Need. Another. Tool. Look, we all love dreaming about the success that will come from a new sales funnel platform, or an email automation tool, or some other new widget that promises to deliver results “in 30 days … Continued

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The Marketing “Cost Trap”: How to make better investments

Every organization should be focused on the bottom line when looking at investment in marketing. Purpose-driven companies are no exception. Because they put so much effort into creating with intention, leaders of these organizations want to see their efforts reflected through a solid, measurable return on their marketing investment. Makes sense, right? Unfortunately, marketing often … Continued

Email Stacking Helps Your Inbox Become More Productive And You Don’t Miss Anything Important

Get Back Time In your Day: Email Management Tip

Ever heard of “Inbox Zero?” It’s that magical, mythical place where you have no—that’s right, ZERO—emails in your inbox. I really don’t remember the last time I achieved it. But here’s the secret—I don’t really care. For a long time, Inbox Zero was my only metric for good email management. But to get there I … Continued

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The Secret Formula That Builds Stronger Relationships

You can hear it in almost every podcast episode I’ve recorded and every piece of advice I give—the best way to succeed with your organization is to focus on nurturing your relationships. Doesn’t matter whether you’re thinking about your stakeholders, your customers, or your champions. Creating a consistent and long-term relationship makes it easier for … Continued

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Spring Cleaning Works For Your Mailing Lists Too!

Out with the old, in with the new. To grow beautiful, new flowers you have to get rid of all of the old dead plants left over from the winter. Even if you are like us and don’t start Spring Cleaning till July, it’s always better late than never. Things are constantly growing, new opportunities … Continued

Don’t Forget the People: Persona Development Helps Target Your Organization’s Outreach

Let’s face it, plenty of businesses get by just winging it when it comes to strategy. If you really want your organization to take off, it’s probably worth investing some time and effort working on your business. With limited time and resources, however, where should you start to really recognize the most bang for your … Continued

Lead Your Stakeholders “Down the Rabbit Hole”

We’ve all heard the phrase, “down the rabbit hole”, and understand its meaning to be, “heading deeper into the unknown to see where that exploration takes you”. A rabbit hole is an entry point – a place to begin a journey – and for your business, can be an effective entry point to increase stakeholder … Continued

The “Supposed To” Trap

The “Supposed To” Trap

Are you using data to your advantage to make informed marketing decisions? Or are you marketing because you are “supposed to?” We recently engaged with a client whose site has decent traffic. They were paying to show ads to previous site visitors—retargeting—to try to get them to come back. Sounds pretty standard, right? Well, once … Continued