I believe there is a special circle in hell for service providers who lie to my beloved clients and colleagues. And if there isn’t, there should be.
About Margaret Rode
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Entries by Margaret Rode
To many in my tribe, even the word “blog” is uncomfortable and geeky. Think of it though as a low-stress medium to regularly share a piece of you with faraway people who’ll benefit from the connection.
I believe that small businesses and self-employed folks are not just the key to the world’s future, but are also what makes life worth living. Here’s why I think that.
Marketing yourself with complete integrity—and without manipulation—is a rare skillset that’s beneficial across the board, from attracting the kinds of clients you love working with, to seeing a healthy bottom line.
This week a Facebook friend shared something that surprised and delighted me. But not at first. You see, it was a link to a podcast about creativity, and the episode title was “The Silent Episode.” Huh? Is that some kind of joke? So at first I was skeptical. I scanned the comments for snarky comments, […]
Search engine specialist Charlotte Davies shared this with her audience on Facebook (of which I’m a happy member), and I’m passing it along to all of you because there are quite a few nonprofit organizations in our tribe, as well as a lot of folks who support nonprofits. Google Ad Grants is a program that provides free Google […]
Many of my folks out there are working on books, or looking for fresh ways to market the ones they have. BookBub has published a great resource for writers.
According to the oracle that is Google Analytics, one of the most popular places on my professional website is my About page. GA tells me how many people visit that page in a given month, and how many minutes they spend there, and whether they then leave the site, or move on to somewhere else. […]
There’s one website page that seems to take the longest for my clients to complete, because it never quite feels right, and it gets revised and revised and revised. You guessed it: The About page.
When I begin building a website with a client, there can be a lot of elements that fall into the category of “Gosh. I’ve never really had to think about that before.” In addition to the obvious decisions like how many pages you want and whether you need a PayPal account or an email opt-in […]