You’ve signed up for a MailerLite account and created a signup form for people to start subscribing. But where do you place the signup form so more people see it? This article shares a few places.
Without email signup forms you won’t be able to grow your email list. Here’s how to build a MailerLite signup form you can place on your website.
Want to use your website to grow your email list? You need a subscriber signup box. Here’s how to do it with MailerLite.
This tutorial teaches you, step-by-step, two ways to install WordPress plugins.
Eleven reasons to get MailerLite, the no-nonsense email marketing tool with a GREAT free plan and heaps of functionality
Two handfuls of compelling reasons to use MailerLite to handle your email marketing. The “Lite” does not refer to a lack of functionality!
Three principles you can apply to change your website from a useless pile of whatchamacallit into a proper lead generator
So your website doesn’t work, eh? Before you can it, have a look at these pointers and see if you can’t turn it into a powerful marketing tool.
You could cower and cry in a corner about your competition killing you in Google, or you could create a strategy, take the fight to your opponent and put them in a chokehold.
I’ve received the first email trying to sell me a Coronavirus business compliance kit.
This doctor can help you get over the Coronavirus.
Tuberculosis is still one of South Africa’s top killers. Shouldn’t our nation be put under lockdown to curb its spread instead?
The updated version of how to add your Chrome profile shortcut to your desktop in Windows 10.
OF COURSE proper punctuation is important in marketing… Misuse it and you’ll only frustrate people and lose out on sales!
In this step-by-step guide I show you how to drag your images along when you export WordPress posts and move them to another WordPress website.
I’m slowly but surely moving everything off my .co.za domain names to international TLDs. Here’s why.
Banned on LinkedIn – another indication it’s better to have your own website than to rely on social media
This popular online celebrity’s LinkedIn account was banned. Fortunately he has a website with plenty of content that’s still accessible.
Why this marketing package that doesn’t focus on social media alone, works well at getting you more phone calls, emails and WhatsApps
Will you take the red pill and realise Facebook likes and shares alone are worthless or take the blue pill and remain ignorant?
Do you also throw away your clients for the sake of vanity metrics?
Can you measure the worth of likes and shares? You should be able to.
John Lewis, a long-time fighter of crimes against the gullible, wrote this gem in 2017. Get it and prepare for another book later this year.
One of the best ways to build your website is to add a front end submission form so other people can add content to it. It works for Facebook! Here’s how to do it with WordPress.
Two German friends started a company called ICONSPEAK. It’s a simple, yet genius idea that helps you overcome language barriers when you’re traveling.
A client claims that one online marketing platform outperforms another. And although this can happen, the real question is: does he use the other platform correctly?
How on earth the GDPR came to be is beyond me. It’s one of the worst spasms I’ve ever seen.
Evergreen content is GREAT for drawing people to your product or service. But how should you do it and where should you post it to maximise impact?
This competitor is killing me with their cheap Web design! Guess I should close my doors. Or perhaps we should compare apples with apples.
I offer dedicated PPC marketing for those who want immediate traffic to their websites.
Apparently, PPC popped a cap in SEOs head and sent SEO to join the Big Chorus in the Sky. Or has it?
Seven Reasons a GREAT Website Is a Necessity (Despite the Onslaught of Social Media and Mobile Apps)
A website’s as relevant as always. Here are a number of reasons I think you should get one.
Follow these steps if you want to add a Chrome browser shortcut to your Windows 10 desktop. This is handy if you have more than one Chrome profile and would like a shortcut for each.
Adding some oomph to my ad made all the difference.