Email Marketing Tips

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It’s easy to feel overwhelmed about how to get started with email marketing for your business. Follow these simple tips to kickstart your email marketing. 1. Build your list. The first step to any email marketing campaign is building your list. This can be done through lead capture forms on your website, sign-up incentives like…

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Tips for Creating Videos for Your Social Media Platforms

Content with pictures or videos is much more engaging than content with just words and text on social media. At DQB Strategies, we understand that photography and videography can be intimidating. When you see beautiful photos online and are not trained in photography, you might shy away from using photos and videos from a fear…

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How to Inform Your Customers of Your COVID-19 Updates

Things seem to change on a daily basis right now. With regulations that change, causing business closures and openings, people are having a hard time keeping up with their favorite businesses. They are unsure whether businesses are closed, open, or operating on a modified basis. As a business owner, there are several ways you can…

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Three Simple Ways to Engage Your Audience Online

No one knows all of the nuances and details of the algorithms of social media. However, we have seen consistencies and patterns in posting and promotion. What we do know is that social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram and Twitter all rank you higher as a business with the more engagement that your audience…

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Help with Social Media: Weekly Content Calendar

It is important to create a content calendar to help you manage your social media. A content calendar makes your job easier and makes you more efficient when you are already short on time. Here is a quick, general content calendar to help you get started thinking about what your calendar should look like: Meet…

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Burning Rubber: My Favorite Podcasts for the Car

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I live in a small town (Elgin) that is the suburb past a suburb of Austin, Texas. My office is in my home, so I don’t have a daily commute, but I regularly drive into Austin for networking events and meetings with clients. Anywhere in Austin is at least a 30-minute drive (without traffic) from…

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