We find these are the most popular questions we are asked.
If we missed one please visit our help desk and let us know how we can help.
Q: Can you design a website for me?
Yes, this is what we specialise in! We build WordPress websites designed to build your business online. Here is where you can learn more.
Q: Can you manage my social media for me?
No. But we have an amazing delegation program you can use to outsource your social media marketing to someone or give to someone currently on your team so they can take over for you. You can learn more about the Online Masterplan Series here.
Q: I would love to be featured on your podcast, in your magazine or on Make it Simple TV. How can I put my name forward?
Please contact us through our help desk and let us know more about yourself and which media platform you would like to be featured in.
Q: When is your next live event coming up?
The best place to check is here. If there are no dates there then we are busy putting together our next event series.
Q: I am new to online marketing. Where do I start?
The best place to start is by signing up to get our “5 easy steps will help you triple your traffic” worksheet. You can do that here. You may also like to check out our resources page.
Q: Can you help me find keywords for Google or tell me what people currently search for that would help them find my business?
We don’t offer a keyword service. However, these are great articles to learn more from 3 sites we recommend.
Keyword Research by MOZ
Keyword Research by Wordtracker
How to Do Keyword Research: A Beginner’s Guide by HubSpot
The Google AdWords Keyword Planner is also handy.
For a very quick and easy way of seeing what people are searching for and paying for (which is what you want), go into Google and start typing in a phrase. It is hard to get listed high for short keyword phrases as a small site so it is best to find a phrase with at least 4 words. Google will autofill as you start typing stuff in with ideas. They also list some ideas at the bottom of the search results.
Here are 2 examples:
“weight loss recipes” – this one is more competitive. You will a lot of ads popping up in Google as you search for it. Stay away from this one to start with.
“weight loss recipes dinner” – this one has way less ads but still has 1 or 2. This is what you want. An ad or 2 in the search results means people are willing to pay for a page that offers these services or products but that it is not as competitive as the other.
Ideally you want to find one phrase per page or blog post on your site.