Marketing Best Practices
from LMS Internet CEO – Matt Law

Generate Leads from Website Traffic at 10%

In today’s post we’re going to talk about generating website leads for your business.  Most businesses think of their website’s as an online brochure!  However, they really should think about their website as a “net” used to catch prospects.  Take a look at this screen shot below from one of my websites!  Almost a 10%…

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Understanding Google’s Panda Update

In February of 2011, SEOs when crazy!  Google changed their algorithms to include a new animal!  Panda!  The Panda update was designed to knock down some of the poorer quality websites and to improve the higher quality websites.  It did just that and left most SEO companies and business owners scratching their heads! In today’s…

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3 Tips to Lower Your Bounce Rate

Let’s face it, people get board! If your website or content sucks then they aren’t going to stick around your website very long. With Google’s changes this means poor performance with your SEO and overall traffic! So how do you get readers to stay for a while? The secret is to creating a post that asks them to do something. Click something, see something, buy something… It must engage them. On many of my landing pages for SEO, I like to embed a video, like the one below.

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SEO Changes in 2013

So what has changed in SEO and how can you be ready in 2013? In comparison to 2008 and 2009 when I started my marketing agency, a lot has happened. In fact, it is a totally different world today! In today’s post, I want to share with you what myself and other consultants from my training community believe. Over the past weekend, I was blessed to spend a few days with my friend Chad Morgan, from www.seattleseoconsultant.com. We had some great talks about Google, SEO, and how Google is now measuring a site for SEO. Today I want to share with you a few tips that we discussed over the weekend and a few of the conclusions we both agree upon.

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How to Schedule a Post for the Future in WordPress

I’m writing this on Tuesday. It is 2:32 in the afternoon. I have a few minutes before my next meeting and I realized that I’ll be out of the office on Friday. So, I decided that I would teach you how to schedule a post in WordPress. While a lot of companies say they don’t have time for content marketing, the truth is, they do! Everyone has five or ten minutes they can carve out of their day, log into WordPress and schedule a post to go live. Scheduling is pretty easy to do takes the same steps as all other blog posts. You simply log into WordPress and write your post.

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Small Business Cloud Phone and Email Systems – Innovation

From time to time I meet with business owners who are stuck back in the late 90’s. They are using ancient computers, old database systems, and marketing in the Pennysaver and phone book. If they are emailing, then typically they are using pop-3 email, or a Gmail account. They have giant low-tech phone systems which require constant maintenance. These clients are slow methodical giants, who typically own brick and mortar service companies. In today’s post, I want to share how a company can INNOVATE small business communication by taking your business to the cloud.

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Adding Marketing Automation to Your Sales Team

A lot can be learned from Henry Ford’s first moving assembly line when it comes to marketing automation.  In today’s post we’ll show you how you easily add automation to your business and build motivated prospects ready to do business with your company.  While Henry Ford was building automobiles, the same concept works in business…

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