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Our series on realistic resolutions for your company’s website concludes as we explain why your website is never truly done.
No one knows what your customers want from you better than your customers themselves, so why not simply ask them? We’ll explain how making a few phone calls can put you on the road to greater success in 2014, as our series on realistic resolutions for your company’s website continues.
If you’re faithfully following your resolution to publish new content to your site every month, the next resolution you need to make is to drive more traffic to your site in order to reap the rewards of those efforts. Our series on realistic resolutions continues with a look at how you can be a more effective social media marketer this year.
Do you have a love/hate relationship with your blog? If so, you’re certainly not alone. As our series on realistic resolutions for your company’s website continues, we’ll reveal how you can finally master the discipline of publishing new content consistently.
When it comes to small changes that will make a big impact, where else would you start but at the beginning? Our series on realistic resolutions for your company’s website continues with a look at how you can refresh your home page for the new year.