Why Should I Start a Blog for My Business?

As a Marketing Specialist, I am often asked: Why Should I Start a Blog for My Business? Just a few of the crucial reasons: Drive traffic to your website Increase your SEO/ SERP Position your brand as an industry leader Develop better customer relationships   Watch this video for additional insight on blogging. Call SSRE Marketing to set you up with a weekly blog that will expand your online presence & SEO. SSRE Marketing is Your Virtual Marketing Solution!  CALL US TODAY and we’ll design a custom marketing plan to fit your budget and give you the utmost online exposure! Sol@SSREMarketing.com www.SSREMarketing.com Source: Blogger

5 Key Things I Wish I Knew Before I Became a Manager

When I was just starting out management didn’t seem like a career choice; it seemed like an inevitable. Something that would just sort of happen once I got old enough — like wrinkles, or gray hair, or distinctly unfashionable pants. I figured: You work long enough, you’ll manage someone. I liked the idea of managing because it felt like progress. I wanted that nebulous trophy of achievement. I wanted it bad. But then something important happened. 5 Key Things I Wish I Knew Before I Became a Manager 1) Don’t aim to be liked. Aim to be transformational. The first inclination …

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How to Have a Super Productive Weekend: 12 Helpful Tips

Let me make one thing clear: This is not a post about how you should spend your weekends working yourself to the bone. “Productivity” has a much wider definition than many of us give it credit for. We tend to equate productivity with doing things, rather than with taking time to think, reflect, and rest. But business is not the same as productivity. Being productive can mean working on a project efficiently, but it can also mean giving your mind a break. After all, w hen people are exhausted and burnt out, they become less engaged at work — and Gallup reports that engaged employees are …

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Three Things You Must Do to Master E-mail Personalization

As consumers have come to expect regular communication from brands, they’re looking for information, not promotion. Experts weigh in on how to personalize e-mails to make sure your message is heard.​ E-mail is the leading advertising channel for return on investment, according to VentureBeat. This is good news for marketers, as e-mail is a relatively low-cost way to reach large audiences, but the platform won’t perform without personalization. By definition, personalization can be as simple as directly addressing a recipient by name, but experts say that this tactic creates indifference among recipients of e-mail marketing and can easily become problematic if its …

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