I attended the shortest marketing conference ever last week. Within just over an hour, I felt that my degree in psychology, certificate in screenwriting, big/traditional media background and writing awards are incredibly valuable in the age of digital influence.
In an effort to better assist small businesses and entrepreneurs pressed for time and money and to make Research Works the go-to place for a variety of writing and communications needs, we have decided to add website design to our services.
I’m a social media addict. My LinkedIn profile says so. Facebook and Twitter updates come to my phone. I built my own websites based on blog templates. I operate two blogs. I’ve integrated RSS feeds and links to my social media pages into them. Visitors have found my blog through Google searches on the topics I write about, by playing around on Twitter, or by clicking on a link they found about me on another blog. Yet, I recently began taking a continuing adult education course called Internet Marketing 101.
You can’t control everything that the internet reveals about you through a Google search. I’m confessing what I was worried about and closing with a few tips on how to watch your online image.