Posted by Lindsey Anderson

A lot of the time, when we think about our brand voice, we put it last on our priority list, or we think, “Oh, it’ll just happen on its own.” But putting time into developing your brand voice is what can differentiate you from the competition. People often shy away from this topic because when we think of “a voice,” it’s a very abstract concept. It’s unique for everyone, not always something easy to define, and kind of squishy. So why do we have to spend our time on it? Having a distinct voice among the vast ocean

Posted by Lindsey Anderson

In the wide world of business, so much emphasis is put on what’s “Bigger.” It's good to have a large, successful business, of course, but no business becomes the company of your dreams overnight. Everyone starts somewhere. Maybe you're in the early stages of building your business—you've worked hard, stayed dedicated, and you know there's a vibrant market out there just waiting for your great idea! However, you may not be sure where to go from here; hard work and passion got you this far and will carry you even further, but maybe you're looking for something a

Posted by Lindsey Anderson

Here at my company, Traffic and Leads, my team and I are experts on digital marketing, and we also know all the secrets to get more sales. So, what is the difference between a good idea and a good idea that makes sales? There are three fundamental aspects to getting sales; I call it the Sales Stool. The first leg of the stool, one that I see many entrepreneurs miss, is audience. Many people miss out on narrowing their audience because they feel their service or product could be useful to almost anyone, but driving sales means focusing

Posted by Lindsey Anderson

Whether you’re selling homemade jewelry or your own services as a freelancer, you might be thinking about opening an online store. There are many advantages, after all. An online store can extend your reach, smooth your interaction with customers, and allow you to process orders that much faster. No matter what it is that you’re planning to sell, there are a few things that you should take time to consider before you open. Research, planning, and platform choices will all play important roles as you work on putting together your online store. Research Your Market Before you do

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The internet certainly has changed how we do things in a way that no one would’ve thought possible a couple of decades go. Transferring money to distant countries became a click away, finding any kind of information doesn’t require a trip to the public library anymore, and more importantly, you can buy anything you want online.  E-commerce has become quite relevant over the past few years, and it’s one of the biggest industries in the world, with at least 1.6 billion buyers in 2017 and trillions of dollars spent. These numbers are even expected to grow even more

Posted by Lindsey Anderson

As an expert in digital marketing, I’m here to tell you that there is a way to utilize the power of Facebook groups for marketing that won’t drain you of your time and energy. Many marketing gurus will tell you the same thing: Facebook is not dead, and you can use Facebook groups for marketing yourself and your business in a way that will turn a profit. What’s the downside? It takes a lot of time. But it doesn’t have to. Let me introduce you to The Show Yourself Method! To get the most out of Facebook groups,

Posted by Lindsey Anderson

With physical retail stores closing down worldwide in favor of convenient online shopping, no time is better to open your own online store than right now. E-commerce is growing, and there is no end in sight! So how can you cash in on your piece of the pie without investing a ton of money upfront? With this strategy, you cannot fail! What's better is that there are tons of resources to help you reach your goals. For example, with Printful UK, you can make your own t-shirt with your original design, but I might be getting ahead of

Posted by Lindsey Anderson

Every industry evolves with time. Business is no longer conducted the way it used to be a few decades ago. Your business needed to have a physical existence in the form of an office or store. Now all you need to do is consider yourself a company and, if you know what you are doing, start offering a product or service. This change has been brought by technology in the form of digital marketing. Marketing is one of the oldest professions and has always gone side by side with every business. Almost every company spends the biggest portion

Posted by Lindsey Anderson

When it comes to your business or start-up, there is no end to the list of all the things that need to get done. Owning a business is a little bit like having a baby; it’s a 24/7 job. And some of us have babies, or we want just a little bit of personal time to ourselves. If we can trust someone else to do some tasks like marketing, or organizing your taxes, it can be a godsend. But you can’t just trust anyone with your business. Since your business is your baby, it’s crucial to find the

Posted by Lindsey Anderson

When you work in a world that’s fast-paced and constantly changing, it’s hard not to think about what the future of digital marketing can hold. Trends come and go in an instant, and making sure that we’re always looking ahead can ensure that we don’t get lost in the transitional phase of things getting renewed. Things still fade in and out—for instance, though click-through rates are lowering by the second, cold emailing is still a foolproof tactic that marketers can fall back on in order to reach out to these new and undiscovered leads. However, when our plans