How to make your internet marketing web presence online more mobile friendly, finally! I mean seriously, if you are not mobile friendly, well, you might as well start using the phones in the image above with a can of spray paint in hand.
As a matter of fact, there is only really one place, one platform online where most people find themselves losing out on mobile traffic the most, and that is their website and blog.
From bad formatting to horrible old software, themes and other junk they purchased on The Warrior Forum, fixing up and learning how to be more mobile friendly with your internet marketing web presence is simple, and here is how it’s done today.
So, are you making your internet marketing plans for the fall too? Well, same here, and I have a few tips and strategies that might help you out along the way this autumn.
Seasonal marketing is a good thing. As a matter of fact, sticking with certain themes seasonally speaking can truly create a more up-to-date feel of your content and marketing efforts.
It can also, as you’ll see, help to build a better, more personable and quality brand as you move forward here. So, with that off the wall introduction, let’s get into some simple fall marketing tips for us online entrepreneurs…
Making sense of your WordPress sidebar can be a rather daunting task. I mean seriously, you’d think there was a ton of space here that can scroll into infinity, but that would be disgusting and ugly looking.
So what do you do? How do you fix up your sidebar and use it’s “brand-able” space properly?
For some, this may be a rather boring subject, one they “think” they have licked! But, as I see it, literally, most people, including beginners to business online and internet marketing, well, could use a little help with the sidebar side of things… So let’s do just that.
Solo Pine, the words just roll off the tongue don’t they? Well, you think that sounds nice too, you should SEE some of the great looking WordPress theme designs they have…! Here is a choice that bloggers can make without feeling guilty of the crush they will have for these themes…
(Some Q&A at the end of the post.)
I am a huge Solo Pine designs fan. Yes, I love StudioPress too, and Brian Gardner is a great guy. But, when it came to what I needed with my own websites and blogs, Solo Pine had that, well, that umph! I was looking for.
So, without further adieu, here is my review of these themes, and the design team behind them.