I know it’s hard to believe, but this is actually the opening line of a commercial for a mass-market website service where you can build your own website. And I laugh every time I see their commercials. Continue reading “You Need a Website. Why Not Do it Yourself?” »
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One of the first steps to effectively connecting with your target market involves setting up a website. Yet this is still an action that approximately one-half of small business owners don’t take according to one 350-business survey.
For the sake of argument, let’s say that you’re in the half that does value the importance of cultivating a professional online presence. How do you know what to put on your website to attract and convert as many leads as you possibly can? Continue reading “Small Business Owners Share: Website Elements that Bring the Most Leads” »
According to a report released by Forrester, a research and advisory firm that works with various business and tech leaders, companies can expect to spend a combined total of more than $103 billion on digital marketing activities by the year 2019. Based on this amount, Chris Leone, president of WebStrategies, concludes that most business will be increasing their online marketing budget from 30 to 35 percent in the next couple of calendar years. Continue reading “Small Business Owners Share Their Top Tips for Finding the Best Digital Marketing Agencies” »
A Local Consumer Review Survey conducted in 2012 revealed that 85 percent of consumers use the Internet to find local businesses, with 16 percent indicating that they use the web for this purpose every single week. Therefore, if you’re currently online, you’re already one step ahead of your competitors who’ve decided that listening to the masses isn’t important to business growth. Continue reading “Does a Website Really Have the Power to Affect Business Success? Small Business Owners Weigh In” »
People who are familiar with Modmacro and the work we do most likely think of us as a boutique marketing and web design firm that specializes in working with small businesses in Temecula. And while that is not inaccurate, we also have a good amount of experience working with Christian organizations on website design and marketing, including local Temecula churches. Continue reading “Website Design for Churches and Christian Organizations in Temecula is Part of our Brand!” »
Although we provide award-winning web design and digital marketing services for small businesses and non-profits around the county, it’s nice to work with locals here in the Temecula Valley area as well. Are you a small business in Temecula looking for a new website? Or maybe you just need your existing website to perform better and help drive new customers to your Temecula company.
Temecula is a business-dense area with hundreds of small businesses and startups. So, not surprisingly, there are many web design companies to choose from. In addition to local web designers, there are many out-of-the-area web design companies who specifically target Temecula small businesses because there are so many opportunities. Continue reading “3 Things to Look for in a Temecula Web Design Company” »
Here’s the problem. Unless your website is hosted on a completely dedicated server, with no other websites, you may stop receiving email messages from your contact form(s) at any time. And neither you, nor your prospective customers, will know there’s anything wrong.
If any of the websites that share your server are “bad neighbors,” your entire server IP address will be blacklisted. Your website will still be online and everything will function correctly, but when customers submit their information into your contact form, you’ll never receive the email. That’s because your email provider (e.g. Gmail, Office365, GoDaddy, etc.) will block all emails coming from your own website. That’s what IP blacklisting does. Continue reading “Do Customers Contact You Through Your Website? If So, You Need 43Leads.com” »
Christmas is a busy time for many people and businesses alike, but the entire staff at Modmacro made it a priority to get together last weekend to celebrate the Christmas season and another great year in business. We had an amazing meal at local Italian eatery Rustico Ristorante in Murrieta. Matt Smith, CEO of Modmacro, offered a year-in-review, highlighting some of the company’s accomplishments in the form of a top ten list. Here is that list: Continue reading “Modmacro Team Celebrates Christmas and the End of Another Profitable Year” »
We’re excited to announce the launch of Businessing Mag, our online magazine for small businesses. As a publication platform, Businessing Magazine provides Information, Insights and Inspiration for small business owners and entrepreneurs. Whether you’ve been running a successful small business for 30 years or you’re just now starting to consider the possibilities, you’ll find Businessing a valuable place to spend some time.
Unlike the monthly or quarterly schedule traditionally used by magazines, Businessing provides information in the form of a digital drip. Articles, stories, interviews and features are released continuously from week to week so there’s always fresh content available. Continue reading “Businessing Magazine Goes Live: Resource for Small Businesses” »