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PPC stands for “pay per click” and is attributed to Google’s search and display ads. When you run these ads on Google, you pay a set price each time someone clicks on your advertisement. You will need to come up with a keyword strategy that aligns with your business. There is a lot that goes into a keyword strategy like choosing words with high search volume that have a low cost per click. When Google users search your target keywords your ads will appear. With PPC you have the power to create your own ads and you are also in full control of your budget. Some keywords are relatively inexpensive per click like “men’s t-shirts” at $1.70 per click whereas some are extremely expensive like “car accident lawyers” at $209 per click.
If all Michael had was the 57k Facebook fans listed right below, I’m not nearly impressed. Combined with the big number above, however, the FB fan numbers serve as crucial verification. If your website has 1,500 FB likes, there is NO WAY I believe you have 500k viewers. But with Michael’s Facebook numbers, I start to believe in that much bigger number above, and it means I probably can’t afford to miss what he’s saying.

Great, inspiring post Sonia. I wrote a plan called ‘getting the new Turner Ink website done’. It’s got 17 points and yep I’m still at number one. But it’s g-r-ad-u-a-ll-y getting done with teeny tiny baby steps. If I hadn’t written the plan and stuck it to the wall I would still be weeping into my soggy cornflakes and would be no further done the line.

Though this is a “curated” list, Curata really helps with persistent search where you are researching and staying on top of a specific topic over a long period of time, as opposed to a one time act of curation. So for example, if we wanted to build a newsletter, site, etc… about product updates of the tools in the above list over a long period of time, Curata would be tremendously useful.
I’m looking for a tool to create educational/informational videos for our staff. We used a company for this, which charged a simple subscription fee for access to all the available tools. It allowed us to choose certain characters and voice styles and we had control over the dialog and movements of the characters. It was a little cheesy and the voices were a bit mechanical and at times mispronounced words that were not well known but it was effective. Unfortunately, this company is out of business and I’m looking for a replacement. Whiteboard and charts and graphics may work for marketing or a customer base but usually not engaging for employees. Any suggestions?
Modern business success tends to rely heavily on the Internet. If you want your business to reach its highest degree of potential, you have to focus on the digital realm. It’s critical to set up social media platforms for your business. It’s also critical to establish a reliable and user-friendly official website. Your aim should be to try to get access to the members of your target audience. Below, QASymphony shares numerous online marketing tips that can help you get on the right path quickly and easily.
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