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EVERY BUSINESS WEBSITE NEEDS A WEBMASTER!
Dont be fooled by those that say you don't need a webmaster. Learn 10 Keys for hiring the best webmaster.
PLUS A BONUS: Ken Freeman reviews Google's new Webmaster Guidelines.
This episode of The Marketing Mojo Show covers maintenance musts to protect and enhance your website, the online hub of every small business. More often than not, the owner of a small business is the chief cook, bottle washer, marketing czar and webmaster. Launching a website is only part of the equation, for it requires regular TLC. This is where Darnell Smith comes in. He is the Founder of Business in the Black, a web development company that builds custom websites for businesses to manage themselves and he will bring his years of experiences and insight from working with small businesses to guide listeners through:
Must-do list items (such as updates, backups) and how often to do them
Frequent missteps and how to avoid them
Most-feared tasks and how to make them routine
Common website terms and what they mean
For small business owners who list webmaster as one of their many responsibilities or others who might be anxious after discovering "other duties as needed" includes updating the company website, this show is not to be missed. Get the conversation started and use the hash tag #mymarketingmojo to comment on the question: Does your business have a dedicated webmaster, an outsourced webmaster or do you handle it along with other responsibilities?
The Advertising says "You don't need a webmaster!" The truth is, if you want a custom site with all sorts of key functions and back end security, caching and speed, you need a webmaster.
WHY YOU NEED A WEBMASTER AND HOW TO FIND ONE THAT WORKS FOR YOU!
Learn from senior web consultant Ken Freeman about the need for a webmaster and tips on how you can find a webmaster that really works for you. Learn how outsourcing can save money and bring you better support over hiring a new employee.
Webmaster, Ron Williams will not only custom design your professional branded website . Ron is also ''Your Conference Call Speaker'' who convinces your website visitors . to join ''Your Affiliate Marketing and MLM Programs'' with ''their branded website" Link : http://about.viralinfinity.com/
So far this year we started off pretty rough as a few things have happened. Clif has not been feeling very well and has not been able to participate in the program, he has also the webmaster and because of his illness in addition to having problems with his computer, has not been able to contact the web hosting service to restore the website and email.
My apologies to anybody that's been trying to reach us on email however, you can still reach us on Twitter and Facebook.
I am working in the background to try and get issues resolved and to move forward with the program as we are still here, we just need a little time to recoup.
So our prayers go out to Cliff and hopes that he feels better soon and will be back with us because there is an awful lot to talk about.
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