I just stepped out of a sales call and I got into an interesting quick conversation with one of the people at the office I was visiting. He mentioned his higher up’s and how it was frustrating to try and get more exposure for the software they had developed. It was the usual gripes. People want to spend $3 to make $300,000 in revenue.
It doesn’t matter if you are a believer of blogs or not. Bottom line, blogs are an integral part of the internet world. Any success in online marketing usually centers around having a blog to share content and information. There is no getting around it. Thus, today we have our Top 5 Fullerton Blogs.
Ron took the lead on the research for this post and he can tell you, it was hard. For some reason, Fullerton has a lack of blogs. Thus we were unable to section off blogs into different categories, i.e food, travel, etc. No matter though, we have our compiled list of blogs today.
Getting ideas for social media is a lot easier when you tune in to what is going on in the community and in the media. Keeping up to date on everything can be extremely difficult though. I’ve compiled a list of dates and events in September that your business can take advantage of for your social media campaigns.
As the Fullerton Top 5 Campaign grows bigger and bigger, we have noticed that the need for having an official published criteria becomes even more important. I’ll go ahead then and take you through the exact process Ron and I use when determining what makes the cut.
Process – 5 Step Process
Every time we start one of these lists, the main goal is to try getting to a shortlist. I’d like to tell you that we go through a strenuous process of evaluating each and every entry, but honestly that would take way too much time.
Photography can make or break a website. Good photos keeps users engaged, bad photos make users hit that back button like there was no tomorrow. Just as much as your friends and family scream at taking that 20th photo because SOMEONE wasn’t looking, photos are just as important on your site and not just on Facebook. Fullerton has its fair share of great photographers as well. Just look through Flickr or even the Cal State Fullerton website. You’ll see some great photos.
That’s all we are trying to do. I have been doing this whole marketing thing for a while now and Ron has been designing even longer. What we care about is helping people, specifically business owners. The reason for business owners is because the whole entrepreneurial business world is an extremely personal one for Ron and I. Every business had a dream behind it, a person behind it. People seem to forget that. There is this common notion that all businesses are just an entity of four walls and conniving owners behind them, scheming to milk every dollar out of you. Of course, there are always bad apples, but the small business community is so much more than that.