Align Your Small Business Marketing Plan With Your Core Values

Posted by Mike Munter on December 15, 2012 / Posted in Blog

For business owners like you and me, we are our business.  For many of us, our name is our brand and our word is our contract.  Our business is personal because we’re doing the work we love.  Our reputation is on the line at every turn and we strive to always do our best. It’s important to me to market … More

Blog or Newsletter: What Content Goes Where?

Posted by Mike Munter on December 10, 2012 / Posted in Blog

A blog on your website is a terrific lead generating tool.  For small business owners, it is one of the most cost-effective ways of marketing your business and attracting new clients. A newsletter (a.k.a email marketing) is a great way to stay top of mind and to keep your current customers coming back to your website.  It’s the place for … More

What Should I Do With Exact Match Domains I Own?

Posted by Mike Munter on November 29, 2012 / Posted in Blog

A client of ours came to us with an interesting situation.  Recently, he launched a brand new website, using an exact match keyword domain (EMD).  The site is doing well and despite rumblings about Google’s EMD Update, is ranking #1 for his target 2-word keyword phrase. For privacy’s sake, lets say the new site he purchased and launched is called: … More

What To Do With Green Tomatoes

Posted by Mike Munter on November 23, 2012 / Posted in Blog

Wondering what to do with green tomatoes at the end of the season? This green tomato pie recipe has been a hit every time I’ve made it.  You’ll be amazed that it tastes just like apple pie.  I’ll even share my recipes for easy home made pie crust and the crumb topping to finish it off, so you can make … More

Leveraging Non-Profit Relationships

Posted by Mike Munter on November 22, 2012 / Posted in Blog

Many businesses donate their time and money to non-profits out of the goodness of their heart.  They do it because it feels good and it’s nice to get the tax benefit at the end of the year. I don’t necessarily see it this way.  If I’m going to enter into a relationship with a non-profit, I want to get something … More