Website Creation And Increasing Your Online Presence "The Right Way"

posted 22 Mar 2015, 05:47 by Dean Allan   [ updated 22 Mar 2015, 05:49 ]
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It's a few years ago now, but I still remember it like it was yesterday - when we first started out on the BookPals project I knew that it had to be promoted and marketed online (because it's an online service, so where else would you promote it?!!), but I did not have a clue how to get our online marketing message "out there" correctly!!!!!

To fix this problem I went straight back into "study mode" and I started listening to business podcasts where people were talking about things like effective website design, "SEO" (I had no idea what this term meant back then!!!) and all this other "online jargon" stuff.

It was during this time that I stumbled across a guy called James Schramko who had a business called SuperFastBusiness.com and he was talking about all the things I needed to know to get the BookPals message out to more people via the Internet.

In fact, it was as a direct result of listening to James that I decided to create the BookPals Business Sanity podcast and I even learnt how to create podcasts myself through a course I heard about during one of James' discussions. 

While listening to James I found out about services he and his business provides where you can get a really good website created for an exceptionally reasonable cost - and I also found out that he could provide you with things like SEO services to help you make more people aware of your business - so I asked James if he would have a chat with me on BookPals Business Sanity so that listeners to my podcast could find out how to increase their online presence. 

This discussion is a really good example of how business professionals can use services like that which James provides to substantially increase their marketing message, so I hope you enjoy this episode of BookPals Business Sanity.