How to Drive Traffic to Your Small Business Website

By Andrew Lock | Posted March 25, 2011
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In this week's Web TV episode, small business marketing maverick Andrew Lock shares a resource to help you drive traffic to your website. He also asks your opinion on a wacky bit of "McMarketing" he recently ran across.

As usual, the show is packed with great small business marketing and time-saving productivity tips that you can add to your marketing strategy arsenal. For example, small business owners typically fall into one of two camps: those who obsess over branding or those who ignore it.

See what Andrew has to say on the subject of branding your small business. Just click on the "Help! My Business Sucks!" video logo below, and enjoy the show. Don’t forget to leave your comments -- we really love to know what your think.

Have you been to McDonalds recently? I have, and I was surprised at the first words they asked me. Let me know your thoughts about that.

Would you like to get more traffic to your website? More visitors? More buyers? Sure you would, which is why you need Marlon Sanders new Traffic Dashboard. It’s incredible.

Whole Foods is a popular chain of supermarkets that focus on healthy eating, and I’ll share a lesson from their business that you can adapt in yours.

Small Business Computing is on Facebook. Join us on Facebook and interact with the site's editors, post messages, share your small business challenges and successes, discuss technology and suggest topics you'd like covered on Small Business Computing.

You'll find lots more small business marketing tips and resources from Andrew Lock in our Small Business In-Depth series, Lock in Your Marketing Resources.

Andrew Lock is a self-described maverick marketer and the creator and host of Help! My Business Sucks, a free, weekly Web TV show full of practical small business marketing tips, advice and resources to help small businesses "get more done and have more fun."

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