Tim Goebel

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  • Communication Is Key In Any Small Business Relationship

    In this hilariously pitiful video, our business never tells the  client the one crucial word that sets up this whole video. Our business needed to say “fall back”, instead of “fall down” even though it was implied to everyone else, the client is “blindly” listening to every word and when you are not completely clear […]

  • Track How Far Your Content is Going

    After you have written a dashingly good blog, the next question is: Now what? Mediocre bloggers think  as long as you are pushing out content people must be seeing it. If you are getting solid feedback from comments or reblogs then that is a safe assumption. But, if you feel you are not reaching as many readers […]

  • Twitter’s New App: The Vine Review

    Last week Twitter announced the launch of their new app, Vine, via their blog. The app has undergone early hiccups and scrutiny for some “human errors” but has since removed the problem. The app features looped six second videos that users can post about everyday activities and label them with the Twitter hashtag. The setup […]

  • Is Your Content Heisman Worthy?

    Last weekend Johnny Manziel, or Johnny “Football” as the college world knows him by, was announced as the 2012 Heisman Trophy winner. What is so significant and special about this year’s award is that it was between a defensive player, Manti Te’o, and the freshman quarterback, Johnny Manziel (Sorry Collin Klein, it wasn’t in the cards). The […]

  • Presidential Edition: How to Convert Potential Customers into Leads

    Last night you were probably watching one of three things: The NLCS playoff game, the MNF game, or the final Presidential Debate. Granted, the results showed that this was the least viewed out of the three debates; that statistic was moot in comparison to the Social Media activity due to the candidates’ challenges to the […]

  • Would You Pay For a Facebook Post?

    Facebook is something we all have in common, because everyone has one. After you meet someone for the first time, it is acceptable to add them as a friend on Facebook. Even if it is likely that you will never meet that person again, you can always go back and “catch up” with them by […]

  • How To Use Keywords Effectively

    Keywords in a blog do not just show the reader that you have an impressive vocabulary, it is the reason the reader is, most likely, reading your blog in the first place. When you are thinking of writing a blog or designing a new landing page for your company, make sure you implement the right […]

  • How to use Calls-To-Action and Landing Pages

    A lot of websites use different types of tactics to attract customers. Some ways are obvious such as ads or offering special discounts, but others are much more subtle. One of the ways to intrigue customers without shoving it in their face is a Call-to-Action button. Though the name might not be familiar, it’s something […]

  • The Insider Scoop on Inbound Marketing

    In 2011, Google had over 2 billion searches per day, making it the biggest powerhouse for search engines in the world. With numbers as glaring as that, marketers needed to find out how to harness the search engine giant. As the saying goes, “if you can’t beat them, join them”, innovative marketers began to see […]