First of all, don’t spend another penny on another keyword research tool until you’ve read this article. We have purchased and tested over a dozen keyword research tools including Moz Keyword Explorer and Longtail Pro. We’ve even experimented with a ton of freebies like the Google Keyword Planner and Wordstream. From our research and testing, we found that the keywords that these tools spit out generally do more harm for your business than good. We’re going to break down why a majority of these keyword research tools are just taking your money and we’ll also show you the most powerful keyword research tool on the market.
You see the little blue chat icon in the bottom right corner? I know it doesn’t look like much, but once you click it… Boom. You see some awesome features that you don’t see with other chat software. We set up this WordPress chat plugin with mobile app for ourselves to provide our customers with a quick and easy way to communicate with us, even if we’re not in the office.
As an entrepreneur just getting started with your online presence, you’re basically presented with 2 options. Which of the 2 options sounds more appealing to you?
Option 1: You can set up your business in someone else’s store, at no cost to you.
Option 2: You can own or lease space for your business designated only to you.
I’m sure you’re already using Facebook, as it is still the leading social media site used by businesses. I mean, seriously, what other social media platform can you reach over 200,000 people while targeting the exact demographic that you desire? This is the main reason why all businesses should consider having a Facebook page. It’s a great starting point that, when utilized properly, can build a following towards the brand, discuss products or services, and generate exposure to gain leads and sales. Let’s dig right into the details on how to use facebook for business!
As an entrepreneur myself for the past 10 years, plus some accounting courses in college, I’ve grown to love Quickbooks. To be honest with you, I never really cared for Quickbooks until about 2 years ago when they did a huge rebrand and redevelopment of their software. There are a ton of options when it comes to accounting software, including Freshbooks and Quicken. I’ll be as transparent as possible in my Quickbooks Self Employed Review here