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24 time-saving tricks for SEO

At the heart of search engine optimization is more sales. It is more people visiting your website, which means more leads, which means more sales, which means more mojitos on the beach with all that cha-ching you’re going to rake in. But before you get there, you need to put the time (or money) in. As a business owner, freelancer, …

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6 Tools Entrepreneurs Should Try In 2018

In this Episode, Holly and Rachel discuss their favorite tools they recommend for entrepreneurs. We talk about: *BONUS: website that partners with other sites to offer discounted bulk rates Drop some love via a comment below if you liked this podcast Share this Post Rachel built her first website when she was 15 years old. Now she helps businesses elevate …

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Should You Build Your Own Website

In this Episode, Holly and Rachel discuss the pros and cons of building your own website. The talk about time vs. money and deciding how much your are wiling to learn. We dive into: You’ll also hear about Packages they offer: >>Rachel’s “3-Day Build” https://geekunicorn.com/resources  >>Holly’s “Make Your Store Sing” https://www.intothewildmarketing.ca/make-your-store-sing/ 

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15 Minute Instagram Routine That Really Works

In this Episode, Holly and Rachel discuss how to keep it real on Instagram and not spend all day planning your grid (next 9 posts). We talk about: Get your hands on the rest of Holly’s 9-Square Blueprint here: https://www.intothewildmarketing.ca/build-your-instagram-grid/ Drop some love via a comment below if you liked this podcast Share this Post Rachel built her first website when …

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Should You Leave Facebook?

In this Episode, Holly and Rachel discuss the Facebook news chatter and why you might consider leaving or staying with Facebook. We’re going to talk about: Drop some love via a comment below if you liked this podcast Share this Post Rachel built her first website when she was 15 years old. Now she helps businesses elevate to a professional …

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How to Download All Your Facebook Images and Data

If you’re like most people who jumped on the Facebook band wagon waaay back when it launched over a decade ago, you have tons of photos, videos, and thoughts that you might want to keep. This video takes you through the simple steps of downloading all your Facebook photos, videos, and other data directly from Facebook in your settings.

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Unpacking the Last 90 Days of Your Business

In this episode, Holly and Rachel discuss things to check in on when you’re doing quarterly reflections for your business. We’re going to talk about: Question: What are some things you uncovered when unpacking your last 90 days? Leave a comment below Drop some love via a comment below if you liked this podcast Share this Post Rachel built her …

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Branding Design Conversations Between Clients and Designers

In this episode, Holly and Rachel share the process of brand design (colors, logo, design layout). You’ll hear insider tips from the client’s side, as well as the designer’s side. They discuss expectations, decision-making, and Holly’s tip for her go-to litmus test. We’re going to talk about: Rachel’s website (design expert) geekunicorn.com Holly’s website (recently re-branded by Rachel) intothewildmarketing.ca

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Shopify Experts and What You Need To Build Your Online Store

In this Episode, Holly and Rachel discuss Shopify and what you need to build your online store. Holly has been using Shopify a long time and gives her insider secrets. Did you know that 1 in 4 (!!) searches on a mobile device are via voice dictation? If you’ve ever reached for your smartphone and asked Siri for help, that’s …

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Facebook Frames

In this episode, Holly and Rachel discuss using Facebook Frames in you profile photo. You probably remember these frames around the holidays, when Facebook asks if you’d like to add a frame. Now, you can use these frames year-round and make your own. They talk about: Drop some love via a comment below if you liked this podcast Share this …