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Greg’s blog is hosted at WebStoresLtd.com. This is a feed to his most recent posts.

  • Why no one is reading your content
    by GregJameson on April 17, 2019 at 8:44 pm

    It’s only going to get worse – as more and more people keep creating more and more content, the likelihood that someone is actually going to read what you’ve written is getting slimmer and slimmer. Still, we see top marketers say things Gary Vaynerchuk saying, “The more content I put out, the luckier I seem Read more about Why no one is reading your content […]

  • How Behavioral Marketing Works
    by GregJameson on April 16, 2019 at 8:35 pm

    We would all really like to think that we are not under the control of marketing. We’d like to think that we get to make our own decisions, and that people and companies aren’t learning about us in order to sway us one way or another. But luckily for companies, that’s not really what happens. Read more about How Behavioral Marketing Works […]

  • StorySelling
    by GregJameson on April 9, 2019 at 2:12 pm

    I had the honor of interviewing someone this past week who has been called the greatest sales trainer of his generation, Eric Lofholm (you can listen to the interview at https://gregjameson.com/eric-loftholm/). Eric is a master sales trainer who has helped over 10,000 students and has helped generate nearly $500 million in revenue in the last Read more about StorySelling […]

  • A Couple of Important Lessons
    by GregJameson on March 27, 2019 at 7:57 pm

    This week I want to share with you some important lessons about creating content. As you know, I am a huge believer that you must create content for your website on a consistent basis, as this is one of the primary reasons why someone will return to your website over and over again on a Read more about A Couple of Important Lessons […]

  • 9 Web Development tips for SEO-Friendly Websites
    by GregJameson on March 27, 2019 at 7:23 pm

    This is a guest post by by unitedsol. Not only does it contain important SEO information, but there are other lessons to be learned here as well, including the inclusion of backlinks for specific keyword phrases, and showing you how to get others to create content for you. A website that is appealing and has Read more about 9 Web Development tips for SEO-Friendly Websites […]

  • Facebook Newsfeed coming to and end?
    by GregJameson on March 20, 2019 at 8:43 pm

    Last week I read numerous articles about how the Facebook Newsfeed would soon become a legacy product – it will essentially go away in favor of private messaging. See one such article here.  Here is why this is significant: Nothing lasts for ever. If you are relying on social media sites as your sole place Read more about Facebook Newsfeed coming to and end? […]

  • Automating Google Review Requests
    by GregJameson on March 20, 2019 at 6:05 pm

    We all know that positive Google reviews can impact our business. More positive reviews means you can charge higher prices and you are more likely to get new customers, because everybody checks you out online before doing business with you, even if someone has recommended you. But how do you get more 5 star reviews Read more about Automating Google Review Requests […]

  • The Proper Care & Feeding of Websites
    by GregJameson on March 13, 2019 at 2:00 am

    Look, your website won’t bite, I promise! But you MUST take care of it and feed it new content on a regular and consistent basis, or it will not work for you. Anyone who has ever heard me speak is aware of the conversation I have with my audience where I ask them a simple Read more about The Proper Care & Feeding of Websites […]

  • In the news…
    by GregJameson on March 6, 2019 at 10:39 pm

    A few updates that everyone should be aware of: You can check out anytime you like, but you can never leave – new privacy regulations coming your way from California. Have you recovered from last spring’s GDPR adrenaline rush yet? Everybody in publishing was nervous about finding the right way to comply with new European Read more about In the news […]

  • SEO Factors Are Constantly Changing
    by GregJameson on March 4, 2019 at 11:51 pm

    Back in the early days of the internet, most people didn’t know how to get to the content that they wanted unless they knew the website by name, and this web address was type sensitive to make matters more difficult. Then came search engines, the first of which started back in 1993, and just 5 Read more about SEO Factors Are Constantly Changing […]