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How to Market with Ratings and Review Sites Today, many consumers do research online before ever visiting a retailer or deciding on a service. To make sure your business gets the customers it deserves, you need to be listed on as many ratings and review sites as possible, especially the ones specializing in local businesses. Connect with a... View
How to Use Viral Deal Sites to Create New Cash Flow Sources Viral “deal of the day” sites have become popular in the past few years. (Groupon is probably the best-known.) These sites help you harness the power of email and social media to attract new customers and create new sources of revenue for your business. Connect with a mentor to... View
How to Add eCommerce to Your Website If you’re currently using your website as a marketing tool and/or to give customers valuable information, the next obvious step is to add ecommerce capabilities. Selling products or services isn’t as hard as you might think and creates a new source of cash flow for your business. This... View
How to Choose a Web Hosting Company Most small businesses use outside Web hosting companies to host their websites. Here are the most important factors to consider when selecting a Web hosting service. Need to brainstorm? Discuss with a mentor today. View
How to Choose a Domain Name That Drives Traffic Since you’re competing for eyeballs with millions of other businesses, your business’s domain name—the web address/URL that people use to find your website—should be decided at the same time you’re naming your business. Preferably, the web address should match your... View
How to Market With Online Videos Marketing with online videos offers several advantages to your small business. Adding videos to your website increases its chances of being found by search engines, which will boost your site’s ranking in search results. Videos are also highly likely to be shared by users via email,... View
5 Tips for Marketing Your Bar or Restaurant With Twitter Are you using Twitter to market your bar or restaurant? Here’s the skinny: Twitter lets you send short messages (up to 140 characters) called “tweets” to your “followers” and forward other people’s tweets (“retweeting”). While Twitter is still used... View
Designing Your Restaurant’s Website Getting the right look for your bar or restaurant website so it attracts customers, informs them about what you offer, and keeps them engaged can be challenging. These days, there are more and more bells and whistles you can add to your site to stay on the cutting edge. Mark Drake, CEO of imSMB.... View
Market Your Bar or Restaurant Using Ratings & Review Sites Any bar or restaurant owner can’t help but be aware of the power online ratings and reviews have to generate traffic for your establishment. Ratings and review sites are important not only because consumers turn to them when seeking bars and restaurants, but also because search engines are... View
Simple Steps for Growing Your Business Workbook SCORE is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs succeed. As part of that goal, we offer this educational resource to help you plan for that success. View