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March 2016

The 3 Best Things I Read This Week – March 25


We are on the last week of the Twitter Challenge and I actually think I might miss it once it's gone. If you want to read about the progress from last week, you can see the post here. So this week I found some great articles to feature, and I hope that you find them [...]

The 3 Best Things I Read This Week – March 18


Still going strong with the Twitter Challenge (you can read about my results as of week 3 here), and still reading a lot of blogs. So, once again, I will share my 3 favorite reads of the week right here. 1. 3 Ways to know your prospects as well as they know you! by Brooke [...]

The Three Best Things I Read This Week – March 11


I have been in the trenches doing local SEO for clients for the past couple of years, and I had dabbled in social media and blogging from time to time, but never enough to gain any traction or make any difference for my business. I have decided that it is time to change that. I [...]

The Three Best Things I Read This Week – March 4


I read a lot of articles every week. I mean, a lot. SEO stuff, sales stuff, general marketing, social media, lots of Twitter stuff right now with the Twitter Challenge going on. I figured it would be good if I started sharing the good stuff with you. So I'm going to try a new thing [...]

September 2014

Two Cans TV – Top 5 Blog Post Ideas For Small Businesses


For those that prefer to read - there is a transcript of the video below: 5 Simple Blog Post Ideas For Small Business Hey everyone, Kurt Abel here with another episode of Two Cans TV. If you follow internet marketing at all, one thing that you are hearing about a lot these days is content. [...]

May 2013

Image Post – Content Has Always Been King


That Benjamin Franklin was a pretty smart guy. Inventing the bifocals, discovering electricity while flying a kite, being on the $100 bill. I think it is safe to say that he lived a pretty full life, and that he probably has some wisdom to share... even to an industry that he could not possibly have [...]