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Tip #4 Get Their Attention – Hospitality Marketing Manager’s Guide to Blogging

By James Fulton on January 6, 2015

Based on our experience designing websites for hospitality venues such as The Botanist, The Watershed Hotel and SoCal Sydney, we’ve learned that many hospitality marketing managers want to blog, but don’t see it as time-efficient or cost-effective. That’s why we compiled the Hospitality Marketing Manager’s Guide to Blogging, which outlines a 10-point content strategy showing you how to…

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Tip #3 Join the Conversation – Hospitality Guide to Blogging

By James Fulton on December 16, 2014

Based on our experience designing websites for hospitality venues such as The Botanist, The Watershed Hotel and SoCal Sydney, we’ve learned that many hospitality marketing managers want to blog, but don’t see it as time-efficient or cost-effective. That’s why we compiled the Hospitality Marketing Manager’s Guide to Blogging, which outlines a 10-point content strategy showing you how to…

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Tip #2 Be Consistent – Hospitality Guide to Blogging

By James Fulton on December 2, 2014

Based on our experience designing websites for hospitality venues such as The Botanist, The Watershed Hotel and SoCal Sydney, we’ve learned that many hospitality marketing managers want to blog, but don’t see it as time-efficient or cost-effective. That’s why we compiled the Hospitality Marketing Manager’s Guide to Blogging, which outlines a 10-point content strategy showing you how to…

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Tip #1 Stay Close to Home – Hospitality Guide to Blogging

By James Fulton on November 27, 2014

Based on our experience designing websites for hospitality venues such as The Botanist, The Watershed Hotel and SoCal Sydney, we’ve learned that many hospitality marketing managers want to blog, but don’t see it as time-efficient or cost-effective. That’s why we compiled the Hospitality Marketing Manager’s Guide to Blogging, which outlines a 10-point content strategy showing you how to…

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Stripe: An Alternative to PayPal

By James Fulton on November 19, 2014

When deciding on payment processors for your eCommerce store, the first thing that springs to mind is probably PayPal. That’s not surprising. Since coming onto the scene in 1998, PayPal has become the default payment method for millions of eBayers and online business owners worldwide. However, there are other options to consider, and one of the most promising is Stripe. Below we’ll guide you through…

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6 Apps to Clean Up Your Inbox

By James Fulton on November 12, 2014

If you’re like most people, you receive A TON of emails every day. It probably feels like a mail truck keeps backing up to your door and dumping a pile of envelopes and packages into your office. Though services such as Gmail may allow you to search your messages, it still can be a pain…

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Getting Started with eNewsletters

By James Fulton on November 6, 2014

Whether you have an online business or not, eNewsletters are a great way to maintain regular contact with your audience. However, creating an eNewsletter can be a bit daunting when you first start out. What layout should you use? What content and images should you include? What should the font and colour scheme be? And most importantly, where…

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Our Website Maintenance Plans

By James Fulton on October 15, 2014

Contrary to what some people may think, you can’t just drop your website onto a server and forget about it. For all intents and purposes, it is a living, breathing thing that needs to be cared for. After all, the wonders and dangers of the Internet never stop evolving. Sooner or later a neglected site will fall prey to…

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Everything You Need to Know about SEO

By James Fulton on October 1, 2014

If you google the type of business you’re in (e.g. marketing, Italian restaurant, financial advisor, etc.), you’ll probably end up with hundreds of thousands, if not millions of search results. That’s how many websites you have to compete with for space on the Internet. But there is a way to narrow down those results so…

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Custom WordPress Site Costs

By James Fulton on September 20, 2014

When shopping around for a company to build you a new website, it can be difficult to determine how much the build should actually cost. Many people have an idea of what they want their site to look like, they may even have a layout and design specifications, while others don’t know where to begin and…

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