Business Advice

How to Drive Traffic Through Search: Website Audit

On December 6, 2012, in Business Advice, Local Search, Search Engine Optimization, by LavaLink

Yesterday we received an e-mail from the sister of one of our client’s who owns a local catering business in Orange County. Check them out on Facebook at: Below is the e-mail she sent us, and below that you can see my reply. I think it’s worth checking out because I often get posed […]

Altitude Business Quiz

On August 6, 2012, in Business Advice, by LavaLink

I just finished completing the Altitude Business Quiz created by Eben Pagan at Below are the results. Hey Danny, Here’s your rating and analysis based on the answers you gave to our online quiz. It looks like you have some fantastic opportunities in your business! Question 1: How often do you communicate with your […]

22 Tips for Managing Virtual Assistants

On May 7, 2012, in Business Advice, by Danny Flood

The definitive guide to outsourcing. Business owners must contend with the grueling grind of spending minute-by-minute personal attention to their business. Answering phone calls, sending e-mails, juggling sales, deliveries, management, employees, putting out fires. Does any of this sound familiar to YOU? If it does, don’t beat yourself up about it. There’s a reason why […]

How Large Companies can Maximize the Potential of Google+ in the Organizational Environment

On May 7, 2012, in Business Advice, by LavaLink

From its very beginning, Google+ has been in a steep competition with Facebook. Nonetheless, despite their effort and the millions of users Google+ has gathered since its release last summer, it simply did not manage to diminish Facebook’s market share or impede its growth. Based on this fact alone, many saw Google+ as a failed […]

How Should Your Business Switch To Facebook Timeline?

On April 16, 2012, in Business Advice, Marketing, by LavaLink

The mandatory migration to Facebook Timeline has generated a lot of angst for businesses that have a profile page on this social network. While you might need a few days to get accustomed to the new look, you will realize that you can use Facebook in the same manner you have been doing it all […]

How to Uniquely Position your Product in 5 Minutes

On January 18, 2012, in Business Advice, Marketing, by LavaLink

I’m unique, you’re unique. So, it should seem rather clear that the first step to being successful business is to find a market with a want or a need, and create a product to meet that need. A business exists only because customers want it to. If you want to try and create something and […]

A Simple Strategy to Triple Your Profits, and Create a Self-Sustaining Business

On December 19, 2011, in Business Advice, Marketing, by Danny Flood

Do you want to know why a lot of small business owners struggle these days? Don’t worry – this post isn’t going to turn into a pitch – just pure helpful content… Too many business owners simply want to master their craft and that’s it. I see it all the time. Graphic designers want to […]

Steal This: An NLP Sales Technique that Defies Common Sense

On October 22, 2011, in Business Advice, Marketing, by Danny Flood

When it comes to online marketing, many people think of the practice as an oasis in the world of marketing to avoid having to actually sell. Since Seth Godin popularized the term of “permission marketing” there are all these ideas about selling without selling, soft-selling, or just hoping to be “good enough” in a way […]

5 Ways to Gain Unlimited Energy and Incredible Focus

On October 3, 2011, in Business Advice, by Danny Flood

If you like the advice in this article, please consider sharing it with a friend! Your inner game is the greatest leverage to your success in business and in life. Your ability to follow through and realize your goals depends on whether or not you have enough energy to accomplish them in the first place! […]

Freelancers: How to Land the Close

On September 20, 2011, in Business Advice, by LavaLink

Close more deals and land more business. Your objective when selling marketing or WordPress design services is to get the close, and have the prospect agree to become your client. There are six key milestones take place on the path to the close: 1. Sell Yourself 2. Sell Your Company 3. Probe 4. Sell the […]

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