Using your content to reach customers in the Weekly Link Roundup

Matt About Solutions Weekly Link Roundup

By Matt Mansfield

Each week, I collect the 10 best posts that I’ve read and share them with you here.

These posts focus on either choosing, or using, small business solutions online (or both!).


5 reasons and 5 ways to contact your customer base
My Take: These tips and tools will help you build relationships with your customers.

How To Launch AND Let Go
My Take: What happens when your launch is not as successful as you hoped?

First Page Google Ranking Tips that Work 60% of the Time, Every Time
My Take: Solid, actionable SEO tips.

How to Turn Your Local Customers Into Raving Fans
My Take: Social marketing tactics that really work for local businesses.

Can social media success be measured?
My Take: Reminds me of my SMART goals days – very relevant.

30 Days With…Google Docs
My Take: The adventure of one man as he gives up Microsoft Office cold turkey and goes 30 days with Google Docs.

Your Top Content Marketing Challenges Solved
My Take: How to take action in using content to bring customers to your doorstep!

Marketing the Old Fashioned Way: Earning It
My Take: Useful content on content marketing for small business – a collection of audio files and posts.

100 Awesome Marketing Stats, Charts, & Graphs
My Take: Need some fact-support (or just some filler) for your next presentation? Then you’ll love these slides!

3 Keys To Ditching The Marketing Speak and Developing Relevant B2B Content
My Take: The third link regarding content marketing this week – seems to be finally catching on!

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About Becky McCray

Becky started Small Biz Survival in 2006 to share rural business and community building stories and ideas with other small town business people. She and her husband own a retail liquor store in Alva, Oklahoma, and a small cattle ranch nearby. Becky is an international speaker on small business.

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