Here are some great and newsworthy posts I came across today including a post on how to sell SEO services to “mom and pop” shops or in other words – small businesses and 10 features that Jason Bartholme would like to see added to Twitter.
How To Sell Mom and Pop On SEO Services (Search Engine People)
While some small business owners are on board with the idea of search engine optimization many still aren’t. However, even with those who aren’t quite on board yet, there’s an increasing awareness of this thing called search marketing and small business represents a fertile market for SEOs. The difficulty is the increasing awareness still hasn’t reached the point of realistic expectations and costs for many small business owners. So how does an SEO sell services to a market who’s needs and wants are often out of alignment with realistic expectations and pricing?
10 Features I Wish Twitter Would Implement (Jason Bartholme’s SEO Blog)
Jason Bartholme writes, “Twitter is a social network and micro-blogging service which serves me well for connecting with colleagues, friends and family. As great of a service as it is, however it does lack some minor functionality that would appease power users and new users alike.” A few of these include allow editing of tweets, notification if someone unfollows you and grouping features for followers and those you follow.