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Selling Manufactured Homes Using Video

February 9th, 2011 3 comments

Video is becoming ubiquitous on the Web. In fact, web users are beginning to expect it in many situations. And since some 80% of home sales begin with research done online, it is in your best interest to know that you can do place video in your listings, too.

You can even post a video Press Release online, as here for the Great Southwest Home Show.

If you use a Content Management System (CMS), such as WordPress or Joomla!, it makes the job of inserting video into your website a whole lot easier, but it can be done with any website.

First, you need to create your video. If you have any number of devices from a camcorder, to a modern still camera, through an iPhone or Android smartphone, you are in business.

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5 Minute website self-evaluation

January 30th, 2011 No comments

One of the services we offer is a website review. In a website review, we go over every page of your website and check for any missing elements or erroneous entries that might have a detrimental effect on your Search Engine ranking.

But do you need a full website review? Here’s a short video that will enable you to do a quick evaluation of your own website based on four critical factors. If you find your site coming up short on these, a full website review should be considered. It can save you a lot of lost business in the long-term and lost money in the sort term.

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What’s broken in your business?

October 17th, 2010 No comments

Why are so many things broken? In a hilarious talk from the 2006 Gel conference, Seth Godin gives a tour of things poorly designed, the 7 reasons why they are that way, and how to fix them.

Seth Godin is an entrepreneur and blogger who thinks about the marketing of ideas in the digital age. His newest interest: the tribes we lead.

Place a Lead Capture Web Form on Your Facebook Profile

September 9th, 2010 No comments

Facebook logoIf you’re using Facebook to promote your business, this video will show you how to add a lead capture form directly into your Facebook profile.


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Google Places lets you define your service area

August 28th, 2010 No comments

Last April, in Google changes name, adds features to Local Business Center,we told you about Google changing the name of their Local Business Center to Googled Places, a geo-location service tied to their Local Business Listings.

The Google Places folks made this short video to give you a brief overview of Places and the Service Area feature.

Essentially, you use Places to define your service area – the area in which you service your customers. You can select your service area by city name, county or zip code.

And once you have defined your service area, you ca hide your business address. This comes in handy if you operate your business out of your home or primarily through a post office box or mail drop.

Retailers might find this useful to define the areas they wish to do business in. Installers and transporters can show the areas they serve. And Google can display your business on Google Maps in search engine results pages (SERPs) for your area(s) and your keywords.

Adding Places service area information to your Local Business Listing is really a “no-brainer” if your business services customers in areas other than just your home city.