Pathmaker Marketing: Free Online Marketing Tips to Capture the Attention of Your Target Market

In the online world, where getting lots of attention means cash in the bank, it is getting increasingly difficult to even get your target market to notice you. Here are some of the inexpensive and creative ways you can market your business online.
 

 
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Tips to Capture the Attention of Your Target Market

Tips to Capture the Attention of Your Target Market

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Pathmaker Marketing: Benefits of Internet Marketing

Consumers are increasingly turning to the Internet for their buying decisions. This makes Internet marketing more important than ever before. Here are some benefits that could help you consider internet marketing.
 

 
An expertly crafted Internet marketing campaign can open up a whole new world of opportunities for your business. We can help you grow your business through Internet Marketing www.pathmakermarketing.com

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US Internet Marketing – Benefits of Internet Marketing

Internet marketing enables you to build relations with customers and prospects through regular, low-cost personalized communication, reflecting the move away from mass marketing. Here are some benefits you can consider.
 

 
Pathmaker provides a wide range of digital services to help you grow your business online. Visit our website www.pathmakermarketing.com for more information.

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Moving your Facebook Page to 100,000 Fans

Moving your Facebook Page to 100,00 FansThere are a multitude of activities where it can be said, “it’s a numbers game.”  This is probably no truer that in the realm of Social Media, and, of course, one of the major aspects of that realm is Facebook.  While “Fans” and “Friends” are important when you are socializing, they are downright vital when you are using your Facebook for business.  As a result, it is important that if Facebook is to be a major part of your Internet Marketing that you know the ways to build your number of Fans to 100,000 plus!

In essence, there are three ways that this can be accomplished.  The one you opt to use, of course, depends on a number of things, including but not necessarily limited to your budget and your time frame.  With these thoughts in minds, there are basically three avenues of approach that you can pursue.

PURSUE “LINEAR GROWTH”

This is accomplished when you use your Facebook Page to disseminate helpful content to your Facebook Fans.  To do this, it is helpful to have a true, heartfelt desire to share information that others can use.  When this happens, your Fans, in turn, will have a desire to Like, Share and/or Comment on your posting. Once this transpires, you will become part of the “News Feed.”  The next obvious step is the fact that the Friends of your Fans will then Like, Share, and/or Comment on your content.  And THAT is the key to this approach!

What you should have, nay, what you must have is Interaction with your content!  If you do not have Interaction, the content is basically “isolated” and, for all intent and purposes, is doing you little or no good.  On the other hand, if there is enough Interaction your Facebook Post could actually go Virile, and that, of course, would be a very good thing!!!!

Linear Growth is considered “organic,” as it is a “natural” growth.  As a result, you shouldn’t be surprised if it takes twelve to eighteen months for you to reach the kind of numbers you are looking for.

BOOST CONTENT WITH ADVERTISING

In this case, your “Advertising” is supplemental to posting good content.  The Advertising you do should, of course, be in Facebook.  The Advertising can be directly  related to the content, but does not have to be.  In this realm you have two choices:  You can Advertise for your Facebook Page, or you can even make it “Post Specific.”

As can be imagined, Advertising will excel the growth of your Facebook Page. Fortunately, this can be accomplished relatively inexpensively, utilizing as little as a twenty-dollar budget.  Known as “Ad Boost,” this will, typically, get you more “Page Likes..”  As usual, you have an option or two here at your disposal.  You can either Ad Boost to the Friends of your Fans, OR you can choose a specific demographic and concentrate on that with your Ad Boosts.  As one would suspect, Ad Boosts will create a situation where your “Growth Curve” will be greater than if you are only building your Page in a Linear manner.

CONTESTS AND GIVEAWAYS

The inclusion of Contests and Giveaways in your Internet Marketing Program gives you the potential of having the growth that takes place be on an exponential level.  The intent of the Contest/Giveaway Program is to accomplish three things:

  • “Rev Up” your Fans.
  • “Hook Up” with Fans your Brand may have but are not yet on Facebook.
  • “Connect” with potential new Fans.

Ideally, of course, when you proceed with your Contest/Giveaway you will do all three!

An issue, or concern at least, deals with the question as to whether or not your Contest/Giveaway should deal directly with the product/service you offer.  While they don’t have to, it stands to reason that they probably should.  Let’s look at an example and then explore why a direct correlation is probably beneficial.

A while back we had a client who was introducing a new Bible into the marketplace.  They decided to run a Contest, and the Grand Prize was a trip to The Holy Land.  As you can see, people who would be most apt to be interested in a trip to The Holy Land would also be pretty apt to be interested in Bibles so the contestants that participated in their Contest were virtually qualified leads.

Now let’s look at a scenario where the Grand Prize is so grandiose that you will get lots of contestants, but that may or may not be interested in your product/service.  Let’s say you are offering a Grand Prize of $10,000,000.00.  You can rest assured that you are going to get a lot of traction for your Contest.  But, it is pretty safe to assume that the vast majority of the people who enter your Contest are only interested in your Grand Prize.  On the other hand, let’s suppose you operate a Sporting Goods Store and the Grand Prize you are offering is a new 16’ Bass Boat.  Now, the people who participate in your Contest are, at the very least, interested in fishing and probably interested in hunting as well.  Now, you have people who are as much interested in your product as they are in your Grand Prize!

As you can see, whichever way you choose to build your numbers the ensuing growth is never happenstance, but rather the result of a well thought out, coordinated plan.  If you are not sure which way you want to go, or feel that you need help in implementing any or all of these programs, feel free to contact me, Randall Mains, at 1-800-224-2735 Ext. 1 or randall@pathmakermarketing.net.  I am sure that regardless of the route you choose to use, if you are committed and stay dedicated to it you will achieve the goal you have set for yourself!

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Online Fundraising – Tips For Online Marketing On A Tight Budget

The World Wide Web is a tool with endless limits. Creating and maintaining a business presence online is more practical than ever before.

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E-Newsletters

E-NewsletterThere is a truth that is so obvious that it is often overlooked—E-Newsletters are, first and foremost, NEWS letters. Their main intent should be to be a Communication Tool first, a Branding Tool second, and an Income Generator last, and then only occasionally!  Far too often this fact is over-looked, and E-Newsletters have a mishmash of goals, none of which seem to get accomplished.  This is something that an email marketing specialist is aware of and keeps in mind when dealing with their clients.

Email marketing experts know that the very best E-Newsletters tend to cover a lot of topics; that “Content is King” so you need lots ofquality content and that the “delivery schedule” is vital – you need to sent it out the same day each time (third Monday of the month, for example). The E-Newsletter should include several main Articles, numerous “Tips & Tidbits” and often a Monthly Schedule/ Calendar. When drafted properly, with engaging text, not only will the E-Newsletter not be deleted before it is opened, it will actually be looked forward to by all those who receive it!  To demonstrate this, let’s use a Sporting Goods Store for our example.

The main articles may, or may not, be about your company per se.  Rather, they might be about important issues in your field.  For example, you might include an article about projected new hunting or fishing laws in the state, or even information on a particular species.  The more information you make available the better.

In regard to “Tips & Tidbits,” you might tell recipients which ponds and lakes are scheduled to be stocked, or what flies work especially well during a particular time of the month.  We would suggest that you keep your tipsgermane to the topics associated with area of expertise.  However, “The Five Best Restaurants to have Breakfast in before 6 am” might be a tip that sportsman would find most useful!

The Monthly Schedule/Calendar probably should include special events you are planning, such as one-day salesor “How to” classes.  Again, it can also reflect things that would be of interest to your recipients and germane toyour business, including some of the things you might be including in your “Tips & Tidbits.”

When drafting your E-Newsletter it should be remembered that this tool allows you to let people know who you are, and what you are passionate about! It should, obviously, revolve around your business and area of expertise. It is also a wonderful way to highlight some of your Key Personnel and to honor some of your Major Clients!

As newspapers often have ads, it is acceptable for our Newsletters to have “Sidebar Ads” offering Discounts and other Special Offers. Another acceptable ploy is to include a “Click Here” button after an article that will take the reader to a Selling Page.  For example, if you feature an article about Fly Tying, you can have your readers click through to where they can sign up for a class on Tying Flies.

Again, in a nutshell, an E-Newsletter is a “Letter of News.” It allows you to share with others what’s new in your business or group, and, for the most part, allows the reader to absorb information rather than take action. That does not mean, however, that it can’t be a Marketing Tool. To make your E-Newsletters as effective as possible it would, no doubt, behoove you to contact an email marketing firm sooner rather than later!

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Simple Ways to Grow Your Facebook Page from Zero to 5,000

facebookFacebook is far more than the name “social media” implies. It has become one of the most effective marketing venues the world has even seen. So why is it that, although you’ve created a Facebook page for their business, it just sits there? Why don’t people notice it? With countless people with Facebook accounts, why do you have only two fans after an entire year of exposure? Well, it might depend on your concept of exposure. And it might amaze you that there is nothing new under the sun.

Imagine, if you will, a town square a century or more ago. People are coming and going, walking around, visiting friends and neighbors. Scattered around the square are merchants with carts filled with various and sundry goods for sale. There’s even a ‘snake oil salesman’ touting his latest cure for the gout. Amidst all the product there is a stand where a politician is making promises he won’t keep if elected. And there’s the charity, Mothers Against Chewing Tobacco Husbands (MATCH), handing out samples so the public can taste the nasty stuff themselves.

Now hold that thought. What you’ve got in that town square is an early form of Facebook. It’s a public place where the community comes together to visit, to gossip, to learn what’s going on, to get up on the soapbox to share their opinions, and to market their company or cause.

Now, let’s go back to the square. As you mingle, you begin to realize that this might just be the right place to sell your new idea for a flyswatter, so you arrange for your own space next week and you set up a table. Then you sit behind your table and wait for people to stop by. There you are, quietly waiting for something to happen – you, your chair, your table, and your flyswatter. A few people have stared in your direction, looking as if they are wondering what you are doing there. After awhile you starting thinking that this was a stupid idea, and you while away your time swatting flies.

Actually, it was the start of a great idea. Just showing up rarely works on its own. But showing up with a plan that gets people’s attention and ideas that draw them to your table will begin to garnish you some sales.

You see, the essence of marketing is the same, whether it’s down at the town square or whether it’s on Facebook. We’re about to share some ideas that will draw crowds to your Facebook page or you table on the town square.

Rule Number 1: Let People Know You Are There. – Tell people that you are “in the square and open for business.” Tell people you are on Facebook and tell them where to find you. Tell them everywhere you go. Advertise everywhere they go. It’s called cross-promotion. Put up banner ads on associate websites. Do you have a business card? Put your Facebook address on it – and do it prominently, not in teeny- tiny fine print. PROMOTE IT! Every email you send should have a link to your Facebook page. Every print ad should feature your Facebook page. Incorporate “Like” buttons for your page on other websites. And always – underline that – always talk about your Facebook page during every phone call, incoming or outgoing. Finally, create a sense of urgency. For example, “Don’t miss out on this one-time offer.” HERE’S A BONUS IDEA: Create a QR code and put in on all of your print collateral, even your business cards. They are cheap and easy to create and they can drive anyone with a smart phone to your page or website almost instantly.

Rule Number 2: Don’t Just Be There. Have A Purpose. – Not everyone needs a Facebook page. But everyone with a product or cause to promote does. Share your passion on your page. Let people know what you are all about. Let them know what supporting your cause can do for others. Let them know what your product can do for them. Then, go back to Rule Number 1. and cross-promote by driving them to your website(s).

Rule Number 3: Make Their Visit Worthwhile. – Post valuable content on your page. Interesting content is okay, but valuable content is better. Tell them something they don’t know. It might be something unique about yourself, your product, or your company. It might be something newsworthy. Or it might be an exclusive offer of some kind, a discount, or a coupon. Somewhere on that page, offer something that they cannot get anywhere else, whether it’s material, philosophical, information, or even humor. If a visitor to your page considers what you have to say or offer is valuable, they have a reason to visit again. Speaking of which . . .

Rule Number 4: Give Them a Reason to Return – Create contests and have giveaways. Post teasers about upcoming articles or freebies. Link these ideas to things such as visiting your website and finding a hidden item. Create a contest whereby the person who refers the most new fans to your page receives a prize and some special recognition. Run short contests and year-long contests at the same time. Always tie contests to building your fan base. And keep your content fresh. Even people who were interested on their first visits will not keep returning if there is nothing new and interesting on your page. Keep creating that sense of urgency that originally drove them to your site to get them to return.

Rule Number 5: Encourage Interaction –  This is the a la mode on the pie, the icing on the cake, the gold nugget in the stream. As you comply with the first four rules, do it so intensely that people will “Like” or “Share” or “Comment” on what you have posted. This is where the magic happens. “Liking”, “Sharing”, and “Commenting” are what make things go viral. When someone Likes, Shares, or Comments on Facebook, it’s like Gossip Gone Wild. And when that happens, the increase in readership could become astronomical. Don’t wait on them to Like, Share, or Comment. Encourage them to do it.

By now you should realize that it’s not having a Facebook page that is the secret to success, it’s how you promote it and use it. Tell folks it’s great. Then prove it to them when they visit. If you’ve followed the rules, not only will they return, they’ll bring Friends, and Friends of Friends, with them. And the Friends of their Friends’ Friends will follow.

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5 Proven Search Engine Marketing Ways to Bring Qualified Traffic to Your Website

search engine marketingGone are the days when all you need to do to run an online business is to build a website, send it to the major Search Engines and wait for visitors to come. Today, you need to proactively drive highly qualified traffic to it and convert visitors into clients.

Search Engine Marketing is not just presenting flashy website, people are no longer buying that. What you need today is to find a hungry niche and sell them your product or services. The question then is how to drive a great deal of hungry visitors into your website. Here is a five-tiered approach to accomplish that:

  1. Search Engine Optimization – It is a fact in online marketing that people will mostly see your website through the Search Engines. It is therefore imperative that the major ones at least (Google, Yahoo and Bing), will find it so that they can feed it to those who are searching. This means that your website should be Search Engine Optimized so their robots can crawl and index your pages. This will greatly influence your ranking in the search results.
  2. PPC advertising – Instead of waiting for months to see results from organic SEO strategies, pay-per-click or PPC will give you results within weeks. Through paid advertising, you can then identify which keywords are often search and thus, will be viable in your organic SEO. Although this means you have to spend a little bit of money, the returns are great and that is why you should not neglect this strategy as well.
  3. Social networking – The success of websites like Facebook, Twitter and Youtube has taken Internet marketing to new territories. No longer do we bring clients to our websites, we bring our websites to where they are gathered and from there, hope that things will take off. It is therefore the job of the online marketer to seize the opportunities presented by captured and possibly hungry niche because these websites have the power to bring huge awareness to your brand.
  4. Link building – No website is an island and that is why you have to build bridges to yours. If you can build links to authority websites, this will make your more credible and authoritative. If a visitor finds a link to your site from Wikipedia for example, he will think that you are indeed genuine in your desire to help and will remove the stigma of selling in his mind.
  5. Blogging with targeted keywords – The purpose of blogging with targeted keywords is two-fold; to drive traffic and to pre-sell visitors to the helpfulness of your product or service. If you don’t target keywords with your blog, visitors will not find it even if they want to. On the other hand, even if you can drive traffic to your website, but you are not able to convince them of the usability of your product or service, they will also not buy from you. Blogging with targeted keywords then requires the mixture of naturally incorporating keywords into your blog and be as convincing as possible without being too pushy with your prospects.

This five-tiered approach to Search Engine Marketing will ensure that you are able to drive a highly qualified traffic to your website, convert visitors into clients and increase your revenue. Often times they overlap, nevertheless, they work hand in hand to drive that much needed traffic so that your online marketing success is guaranteed.

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Best Advice I can give You for E-mail Fundraising

emal fundraisingIt probably is pretty safe to assume that E-Mail Fundraising is not a flash in the pan, but, rather, will be a major weapon in the arsenal of every email marketing firm in the nation for ad infinitum.  Scattered across the world wide web is tidbits of information and suggestions posted by various e-mail marketing experts meant to help give a better understanding of email marketing.  While each and everyone may be valuable, it could be painstakingly difficult to fetter them out and paint a picture with a broad enough scope to actually let you know how to attain success in this realm.  That’s why, as successful email marketing professional, I thought it would be prudent to take time to share a plethora of suggestions that have helped Pathmaker Marketing LLC in their quest of becoming a successful professional e-mail marketing firm in the realm of e-fundraising.  So, below is a comprehensive “what to do” guide for enjoying E-mail Fundraising success.

1.  TEST – TEST – TEST – Constantly.  In email fundraising there are some variables that you can control and some that you can’t.  What you can control is when you send and how you design your emails and how you design your Landing Pages.  What you can’t control is what’s happening in the news and how people feel about the economy.  As a result, you want to make sure that you are using your very best efforts in the areas you do control in your quest for funds.

One thing you will want to do is run “split tests” – double, triple, or quadruple splits.  You should run these on your creatives, as different versions can have different texts and/or graphics.  You test to see what is working this month or week, and by testing you mitigate against ineffective efforts.  Multiple versions of your email will enhance your chance for success, and serves as a bit of insurance.

WHEN YOU SPLIT TEST BE SURE YOU CAN TRACK RESULTS SEPERATELY. You must be able to tell how much money each email raised separately.

2.  BUILD YOUR INTERNAL FILES – Understandably, your donor file will always give you the most return on any given e-mail.  Next would be your internal prospecting file and finally any external prospecting file.  As a point of clarification, the internal prospecting file are those people who have shown an interest in your organization but have not donated and, as one would expect, are more apt to give than any external list.  In other words, the “priority order” is to solicit those who have given before, those who have shown an interest in you, and lastly strangers.

3.  GET A DECENT ESP – To conduct an E-mail Fundraising campaign you must have an Email Service Provider (ESP).  Basically, there are three types – Entry Level, Intermediate, and Advanced.  There are a variety of things that will differentiate ESPs.  One is the size of your list.  Another consideration is the “billing” process.  Typically, for Intermediate and Advanced ESPs billing is “volume based,” while for the Entry Level ESPs it is “file size” based.  Functionality is another determining factor:  The more advanced the greater the number of functions – especially in the realms of integration and reports.  As can be expected, the more advanced your ESP the more expensive it will be.

An example of an entry level ESP is iContact, and will usually be used when your mailing list is 10,000 or less. Bronto would be a middle level ESP, and is for the organization whose list is 10,000 – 100,000.  An advanced ESP is for lists of 100,000+, and a good example of this would be Exec Target.

4. NO CSS WHEN CODING E-MAIL IN HTML – What is often overlooked is the fact that that if you use CSS it will bestripped by many email clients.  For example, G-mail, Hotmail, Yahoo, and MacMail all tend to strip out CSS.  If your email is driven by your custom style sheet and it gets deleted by the email client you will have a problem.  Your email might show up looking fine, or it might look like garbage.  As a result, you would be better off using “old school” HTML 101 table formats.

5.  DESIGN AND CODE TO 600 PIXELS WIDE – At that width your e-mail will render okay in a number of environments, such as PC, iPad and mobile phones.  If you code to wider you will force people to sideward scroll, which some may consider too much work!

6. PUT MORE EFFORT INTO YOUR LANDING PAGES THAN YOUR E-MAIL ‘CAUSE YOU CAN’T’ TRANSACT ANY BUSINESS IN AN E-MAIL – Remember, no matter how good your email is you can’t take a credit card with it!  If your landing page is “broken,” the whole process is broken.  The e-mail is what “hooks” people, but the landing page is what will “seal the deal.”  Like a good salesman, your landing page is your “closer.”

7.  UTILIZE E-MAIL FUNDRAISING STRATEGIES – Any successful endeavor is the result of developing and implementing specific strategies, and e-mail fundraising is no exception.  Below is a list of strategies that you should plan on employing:

  • E-mails tied to current events
  • Monthly “themed” Email Campaigns
  • Direct Mail/E-mail Combo
  • Media/E-mail Combo
  • “Stand Alone” E-mail Fundraising Campaign

 8.  E-MAIL CAN WORK WITH DIRECT MAIL – Send your Direct Mail offer first.  Then, send an email with the sameoffer seven to ten days later.  This over-all combination will give you lift, as the email will remind people of the mailer they received.

9.  ADD “READ MORE” LINKS INTO YOUR COPY – Writing an e-mail fundraiser piece is a little different than writing a direct mailer piece.  In the former you might stop a thought in mid-paragraph and put in a “read more,” having your email serve as somewhat of a “teaser.”

10.  STUDY THIS HEURISTIC TO LEARN A SIGNIFICANT LESSON FROM E-MAIL EXPERT FLINT McGOUGHLIN

eMe = rv(o+i ) – (f+a)

The effectiveness of your Message = relevance of your offer (offer + incentive) less (friction + anxiety)

In essence, this is saying that the advantages of your offer and incentive needs to outweigh the recipient’s reluctance to reply positively to your offer, plus the anxiety he might feel in doing so.   “Friction” deals with the ease of your check out procedure.  Asking for as little information as is necessary, and keeping the checkout process as short as possible can minimize it.  Said simply, “Anxiety” is the general reluctance someone might have in doing business on the Internet.

11.  USE THIS FINAL CHECKLIST BEFORE YOU HIT “SEND”

Ask Did my test e-mail:

  • Allow me to go through checkout
  • Have a subject line with no issues
  • Have working links
  • Display Properly
  • Have contact’s name, address and telephone number
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Is Your Website Effective?

visibility reportSo you’ve got a website for your business.  How is that working out for you?  Are people finding you on the internet?  Are you gaining customers from your website?  Or is it like one of those tools you have lying on the workbench in the garage – It’s there, but nobody is using it.

More than likely you have a beautiful, colorful and well-designed web page.  If it’s like most websites, it has a counter to show how many hits your site has been getting.  A 100 on that counter is like saying, “We’ve gone a hundred miles,” but it doesn’t tell you which direction you are going or how much farther you need to go.   And it doesn’t tell you how many of those hits, if any, have become new customers.

Let’s illustrate it another way.  Say you’re going to have a garage sale.  You’re probably going to place a classified ad and put up some posters.  Simply putting an ad in a newspaper doesn’t mean that it’s going to get read.  You make sure that your ad is listed under “Garage Sales” because that is where people who are “garage sailing” will look.  You might even specify a bold border around your ad to make it stand out in the crowd.  Then there are the posters.  Where are you going to post them?  You are going to pick out highly-visible, strategic locations where they will catch people’s attention.  Now imagine that your garage sale is your website.  You not only set up your garage sale site, but common sense told you to utilize at least two powerful, but simple ways to DIRECT PEOPLE TO YOUR SITE.

The same methodology applies to having an effective website.  Except that there are many more ways to direct potential customers to your site.  These methods cost less than a newspaper ad, magic markers, and poster board.  In fact, they cost you NOTHING.

The only way to know if something is effective is to measure its potential and its results.  Having a cool website is good, but having a website that increases your business is GREAT!  And there is a way to KNOW how effective your site is.  Pathmaker Marketing LLC has developed a unique method for measuring the potential and effectiveness of your site.  It’s called a Visibility Report.  And here’s the best part:  It’s FREE – absolutely FREE.  And it’s accessible right here on the Pathmaker website.

With no obligation whatsoever on your part, Pathmaker will generate a custom, metrics-based report that will give you a precise assessment of how your website measures up against its potential to be DYNAMIC and to be a tool that drives customers to your business.

The company’s proprietary software will scour the internet to provide you with an analysis of how your website scores relative to six key elements that are absolutely necessary for a successful internet presence.  Those elements include:

  1. Your local search engine ratings
  2. Your local directory citations
  3. Your competitors’ local directory citations
  4. Your social media presence
  5. Your keyword rankings
  6. Your customer reviews

Your site will receive a score for each element, measuring the visibility of your site as a percentage of its potential.  Finally, the report will give you a composite score, revealing the overall visibility of your site.   A clear explanation of the findings accompanies each score, so you know where the gaps are and you have a general idea of how to address those areas that could use some improvement.  You’ll even know how your visibility compares to your competitors’!

We want your website to be effective and your business to be successful.  The Pathmaker Visibility Report will give you an awareness of the reality of your site’s status that will be beyond your expectations.  With the insight you gain, you will know EXACTLY the steps to take to make your site exponentially more effective.  They are all steps that anyone can take.   If you have questions, need assistance, or would simply rather have an experienced professional do the job – Pathmaker Marketing has the resources to quickly and efficiently improve your online visibility and, ultimately, grow your business.

For your FREE Visibility Report, click here.

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