So, I’m taking a Digital Strategy Course at the University of Toronto and during our class last night, my group of six people had to make a two minute video. Sounds easy…right?
Another way to put this: in 120 minutes we had to conceive a video concept, we had to write a script, we had to shoot the video (we used an iphone 5s), we had to edit and blend in background sound, add the credits (we used Mac’s iMovie) and upload the final product to a YouTube channel that we also created during class. In short,
So, you built a beautiful optimized web site and now it’s time to sit back and let the leads roll in. Maybe that worked 2 years ago, but not likely today. Online marketing is an ongoing event that must show continual change and improvement.
You need to think about your off page optimization. Your competitors are probably thinking about this and so should you. I’m talking about your search engine optimization (SEO) strategies away from your web site and how they