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Small Business Marketing Ideas for December

Monthly Marketing Planner-December 2017

December Marketing Ideas Calendar

This resource is prepared each month FREE for subscribers. Serious topics, fun topics, unusual topics, and historical topics, all make for interesting and entertaining emails, promotions, social media post and blog posts. Want some help with putting these ideas to work for you? All you need to do is Ask Andrew, CLICK HERE.

Monthly Holidays 
AIDS Awareness Month
Bingo’s Birthday Month
National Drunk and Drugged Driving (3D) Prevention Month
National Human Rights Month
National Tie Month
National Write a Business Plan Month
Operation Santa Paws (December 1-December 24)
Root Vegetables and Exotic Fruits Month
Safe Toys and Gifts Month
Tomato and Winter Squash Month
Universal Human Rights Month
Worldwide Food Service Safety Month

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Famous December Birthdays

Dec 5 – Walt Disney
Dec 6 – Satoru Iwata, Former President and CEO of Nintendo
Dec 10 – Bobby Flay, American Chef
Dec 12 – Frank Sinatra, Singer and Actor
Dec 15 – J. Paul Getty, Businessman
Dec 20 – Dick Wolf, Television Producer
Dec 25 – Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada
Dec 25 – Conrad Hilton, Hotelier
Dec 30 – LeBron James, NBA Star
Dec 31 – Donald Trump Jr.

December Weekly Holidays

Dec 3 – 9
National Handwashing Awareness Week, December 3-9
Recipe Greetings For The Holidays Week

December Holidays

 

 

 

 

 

Dec 18 – 22
Cookie Exchange Week, December 18-22

Dec 17 – 23
Gluten-free Baking Week

Dec 12 – 20
Chanukah

Dec 26 – Jan 1
Kwanzaa

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December Daily Holidays

12/1/2017 World AIDS Day / Rosa Parks Day / National Pie Day
12/2/2017 International Day for the Abolition of Slavery / National Mutt Day
12/3/2017 International Day of Persons with Disabilities
12/4/2017 National Cookie Day
12/5/2017 Bathtub Party Day / International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development
12/6/2017 St. Nicholas Day
12/7/2017 National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day
12/8/2017 National Brownie Day
12/9/2017 National Wreaths Across America Day
12/10/2017 Dewey Decimal System Day / Human Rights Day
12/11/2017 UNICEF Birthday
12/12/2017 Gingerbread House Day / Chanukah Begins
12/13/2017 National Cocoa Day
12/14/2017 National Bouillabaisse Day
12/15/2017 Bill of Rights Day / National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day
12/16/2017 National Chocolate-covered Anything Day / Free Shipping Day
12/17/2017 Wright Brothers Day
12/18/2017 Answer the Telephone Like Buddy the Elf Day
12/19/2017 National Oatmeal Muffin Day
12/20/2017 National Sangria Day
12/21/2017 Winter Solstice / Crossword Puzzle Day
12/22/2017 National Date Nut Bread Day
12/23/2017 Festivus
12/24/2017 Christmas Eve / National Eggnog Day
12/25/2017 Christmas
12/26/2017 Box Day (Canada) / National Candy Cane Day
12/27/2017 National Fruitcake Day
12/28/2017 Pledge of Allegiance Day
12/29/2017 Tick Tock Day
12/30/2017 Bacon Day
12/31/2017 New Year’s Eve

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Marketing Ideas for November

November 2017 Marketing Ideas Calendar

Just so you know, these marketing calendars we share each month will often vary from year-to-year because of interesting new holidays or topics. Plus, some of these don’t happen on the same date each year but rather a certain day-for example: the 2nd Tuesday in November. We will add various celebrity (or otherwise historical figures’) birthdays, and historic events so be sure to subscribe so you never miss an edition of this Monthly Marketing Ideas Calendar.

Marketing Ideas for November 2017

Looking for ideas for social media posts, blogs, emails or in-store promotions? Take a look at these ideas and stand out from the crowd.

Novemeber Monthly Holidays

Adopt a Senior Pet Month
Aviation History Month
Banana Pudding Lovers Month
Diabetic Eye Disease Month
Epilepsy Awareness Month
Family Stories Month
Gluten-Free Diet Awareness Month
Greens and Plantains Month
Historic Bridge Awareness Month
International Drum (Percussion) Month
Lung Cancer Awareness Month
Movember
Military Family Appreciation Month
National Adoption Month
National Alzheimer’s Disease Month
National COPD Month
National Diabetes Month
National Family Caregivers Month
National Fun with Fondue Month
National Georgia Pecan Month
National Gratitude Month
National Home Care and Hospice Month
National Inspirational Role Models Month
\National Long-term Care Awareness Month
National Marrow Awareness Month
National Native American Heritage Month
National Family Literacy Month
National Novel Writing Month
National Peanut Butter Lovers Month
National Pepper Month
National Pet Cancer Awareness Month
National Pomegranate Month
National PPSI AIDS Awareness Month
National Raisin Bread Month
National Roasting Month
National Scholarship Month
Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Prematurity Awareness Month
Vegan Month

Weird Holidays to Use for Marketing Ideas

Famous November Birthdays

Nov 6 – Laurene Powell Jobs – Famous as Businesswoman, Widow of Steve

November 7 – Marie Curie – First Woman to Receive a Nobel Prize

Nov 8 – Gordon Ramsey – Chef, Restaurateur

Nov 19 – Jack Dorsey – co-founder of Twitter

Nov 19 – Ted Turner – Media Tycoon

Nov. 20 – Joe Biden – Famous as Vice President

Nov 27 – Bill Nye – Known as the Science Guy

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November Weekly Holidays

November 5-11

Drowsy Driving Prevention Week

National Animal Shelter Appreciation Week

 

November 11-19

National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week

 

November 12-18

Geography Awareness Week

National Split Pea Soup Week

World Kindness Week

 

November 13-17

American Education Week

 

November 17-23

National Farm-City Week

 

November 19-25

International Fraud Awareness Week
National Family Week, November

National Game and Puzzle Week
Better Conversation Week
Church/State Separation Week

 

November 22-28
National Deal Week

November Daily Holidays

 

11/1/2017        World Vegan Day / National Authors Day

11/2/2017        National Men Make Dinner Day (Must Cook, No BBQ Allowed!) / Traffic Directors Day

11/3/2017        National Housewife’s Day

11/4/2017        National Candy Day / National Stress Awareness Day

11/5/2017        Daylight Saving Time Ends – First Sunday in November

11/6/2017        National Nachos Day / Saxophone Day

11/7/2017        National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day

11/8/2017        National Cappuccino Day / National STEM/STEAM Day

11/9/2017        National Scrapple Day

11/10/2017      Marine Corps Birthday

11/11/2017      Veterans Day / National Sundae Day

11/12/2017      Chicken Soup for the Soul Day

11/13/2017      World Kindness Day

11/14/2017      World Diabetes Day

11/15/2017      America Recycles Day / National Educational Support Professionals Day

11/16/2017      National Fast Food Day / World Philosophy Day

11/17/2017      National Take a Hike Day / National Baklava Day

11/18/2017      Mickey Mouse Birthday

11/19/2017      International Men’s Day / National Play Monopoly Day

11/20/2017      International Transgender Day of Remembrance / Universal Children’s Day

11/21/2017      World Hello Day / National Stuffing Day

11/22/2017      Tie One On Day – Day before Thanksgiving

11/23/2017      Thanksgiving Day

11/24/2017      National Day of Listening / Black Friday

11/25/2017      Small Business Saturday – Shop Small

11/26/2017      National Cake Day

11/27/2017      Cyber Monday

11/28/2017      National French Toast Day / National Day of Giving

11/29/2017      Electronic Greetings Day

11/30/2017      National Meth Awareness Day / Computer Security Day

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October 2017 Marketing Ideas Calendar

Good marketing gets attention. Here’s a list of more than 50 ideas you can use to create blog posts, social media posts, and in-store promotions.

Marketing Ideas for October, 2017

October is National Chili Month

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Monthly Holidays

Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

AIDS Awareness Month

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Celiac Disease Awareness Month

Class Reunion Month

Down Syndrome Awareness Month

Dyslexia Awareness Month

Eat Better, Eat Together Month

Emotional Wellness Month

Employee Ownership Month

Financial Planning Month

Halloween Safety Month

Health Literacy Month

International Walk To School Month

LGBT History Month

National Animal Safety and Protection Month

National Apple Month

National Arts and Humanities Month

National Book Month

National Bullying Prevention Month

National Chili Month

National Chiropractic Month

National Cookie Month

National Crime Prevention Month

National Cyber Security Awareness Month

National Dessert Month

National Disability Employment Awareness Month

National Depression Education and Awareness Month

National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

National Ergonomics Month

National Go On a Field Trip Month

National Pasta Month

National Physical Therapy Month

National Pizza Month

National Popcorn Poppin’ Month

National Pork Month

National Pretzel Month

National Protect Your Hearing Month

National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month

National Reading Group Month

Tackling Hunger Month

Vegetarian Month

World Menopause Month

 

 

Weekly Holidays

 

October 1 – 7

Great Books Week

International Postcard Week

Mental Illness Awareness Week

National Work From Home week

Kids Goal Setting Week

 

October 8-14

Earth Science Week

Veterinary Technicians Week

National School Lunch Week

 

October 15 – 21

Bully Bystanders Unite Week

Freedom of Speech Week

Medical Assistants Recognition Week

National Business Woman’s Week

National Friends of Library Week

National Teen Drivers Safety Week

 

October 22 -28

Red Ribbon Week

National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

National Massage Therapy Week

 


 

Daily Holidays

 

10/1/2017        International Day of Older Persons

10/2/2017        International Day of Nonviolence

10/3/2017        National Techies Day

10/4/2017        World Animal Day / National Taco Day

10/5/2017        World Teachers Day / National Do Something Nice Day

10/6/2017        World Smile Day

10/7/2017        National Frappe Day

10/8/2017        National Pierogi Day

10/9/2017        National Kick Butt Day / Columbus Day

10/10/2017      World Mental Health Day

10/11/2017      National Coming Out Day / National Emergency Nurses Day / National Stop Bullying Day

10/12/2017      National Gumbo Day

10/13/2017      Navy Birthday

10/14/2017      National Motorcycle Ride Day

10/15/2017      Global Handwashing Day / National I Love Lucy Day

10/16/2017      National Dictionary Day / Boss’s Day

10/17/2017      National Pasta Day

10/18/2017      National Chocolate Cupcake Day / Medical Assistants Recognition Day

10/19/2017      National Seafood Bisque Day / National Get Smart About Credit Day

10/20/2017      National Mammography Day

10/21/2017      National Sweetest Day

10/22/2017      International Stuttering Awareness Day // National Mother in Law Day

10/23/2017      iPod Day

10/24/2017      National Food Day

10/25/2017      Chucky, The Notorious Killer Doll Day / Sourest Day

10/26/2017      National Day of the Deployed

10/27/2017      National Frankenstein Day

10/28/2017      National Make a Difference Day

10/29/2017      World Stroke Day

10/30/2017      National Candy Corn Day / National Speak Up For Service Day

10/31/2017      Halloween

seo or ppc which is better

The Search Engine Optimization 80/20 Rule

SEO is the long-term investment that pays for itself over and over

SEO is the long-term marketing investment that pays for itself over and over. This is where you get the customers who are in “buying mode”…the best kind of prospect! Get a free SEO analysis to learn how your website can be even better at getting new customers. Click Here.

If you’ve been in business for any length of time or at least studied business or even personal development in any capacity, you’ve probably heard of the 80-20 rule also known as the Pareto Principle.  The core of this principle is that 20% of your activities make up 80% of your productivity. It also usually means that 20% of your customers represent 80% of your income. It could also mean that 20% of your Investments produce 80% of your positive results.SEO is the long-term investment that pays for itself over and overSEO is the long-term investment that pays for itself over and over

Comparing Search Engine Optimization to Google Adwords (Paid Traffic)

This post compares building a better, search eingine optimized website to investing cash into Google Adwords (also known as pay-per-click or PPC).

This morning I was watching a webinar  talking about Google search results and  the relationship between paid advertising online and organic search engine optimization and how the 80/20 rule applies.

In most cases where people are looking online for  a local business, for example a plumber, an electrician, an attorney, an accountant, a chiropractor,… The search results will almost always yield about 7 search results on page one which are paid ads. These are also known as AdWords ads. These are usually in a group of three or four at the top of the page and three or four all the way down at the bottom of the page. They are indicated by a specific emblem which indicates these are ads.

Between the ads are what we call organic search results. These are the search results which are generated by Google and are determined by a number of criteria,  many of which can be influenced by search engine optimization techniques. These are NOT paid ads.

Organic Search Results Get 80% of the Clicks

It’s a well-known fact, and you can look it up, that organic search results get more clicks and therefore more visibility than the AdWords ads. And guess what the ratio is.  You got it… 80% organic and 20% ads. Therefore, out of every 1000 searches, the ads get 200 clicks, and the organic ads get 800. Both marketing tactics have their advantages. Read on!

Advantages of Using Adwords

The advantages of using AdWords are

  1. You will drive traffic to your website and your message.
  2. You only pay if people click on your ad and visit your website. If no one clicks you don’t pay.
  3. You can set a daily, weekly, monthly budget and a maximum price you’re willing to pay per click.

Disadvantages of using Adwords:

  1. Clicks can be expensive. Depending on your industry and the competition fighting for those High positions on the search rankings you could pay anywhere from $0.50 per click to over $20 is per click.
  2. Clicks don’t necessarily mean customers. You will pay for a lot of clicks which never become customers. Only a fraction of them will.
  3. Advertising with AdWords is a process and very much a science. The average person cannot possibly hope to optimize their AdWords campaigns effectively. Yes, you may meet with success but hiring a trained and experienced expert will yield better results. Therefore you are looking at  adding a professional fee on top of the cost of the ads.

 Advantages of investing in organic search engine optimization

  1. For every 1,000 searches for a business like yours if you occupy a spot on the organic search results, you have an 80% better chance of being selected over the adwords ads. As I said above 80% of the people choose from the organic listing and only 20% of the people choose among the ads.
  2. A click on your organic listing cost you nothing. This is a gift. Google helps businesses with good websites and good search engine optimization show up in the search results.
  3. The investment you make in time to learn and Implement search engine optimization where the money you spend to get an expert to do it for you will continue to work for you almost indefinitely. Yes, there is a cost to this either to pay an expert or to spend the time and money to learn this skill but the payoff is enormous.  In many respects, search engine optimization gets even better with time.
  4. If you are optimization is exceptionally good (and with a little luck) and you are the first search result under the paid ads, statistics show that this position gets 40% more clicks than all the other search results on the page. So out of 1000 searches for a product or business like yours, you could potentially get 400 website visitors.

Disadvantages of Organic SEO

  1. Slower results. Once you start paying for AdWords you are almost certain to start showing up on search results and getting traffic to your website. Not necessarily so with Organic search results.
  2. Nothing worthwhile is easy. Search engine optimization is a process. It’s actually a continual process.  It takes time and time is money.

In my personal and expert opinion I think search engine optimization is one of the best investments you can make in marketing your business. Search engine optimization can work in conjunction with almost every other marketing investment and activity you engage in. Including social media, blogging, video, and even offline marketing efforts such as print ads, sponsorships, radio ads, Adwords campaigns and any other Grassroots marketing you may do will all be enhanced by the efforts you make in building a better website with content that will  be a benefit to your potential customers, clients, or patience.

The FASTEST way to get people to your website is by paying for the traffic. Adwords works.

The best LONG TERM MARKETING INVESTMENT is a methodical and well-planned investment in search engine optimization.

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How to create blog posts

How to Create Website Content Fast and Easy

The title of this post is called how to create website content fast and easy. I’m not actuallyask an expert about marketing a small business online
writing this blog post, I’m saying it. I’m using a free tool. It’s a Google app called Voice Note II.

Voice Transcription Helps Create Website Content and Blog Posts Like This One Fast & Easy

This FREE app transcribes everything you say! I’m speaking into a microphone and my words are being transcribed into this program. It’s a great
tool which is saving me a lot of time and letting me write the way I speak.

Search Engines Love an Active Website

Adding fresh content to your website periodically is a really good idea because Google loves to see
a website that’s alive and in motion. A website which continues to add content is viewed by Google
as a website that has a higher level of authority in its industry. Even if you are in a small
business which only serves customers locally, you will be rewarded by having lots of activity on
your website, specifically new pages or blog posts added regularly.

While adding these pages to your website you will naturally be adding content which could be a match
to what people are looking for online. This is how you get your business and your website to show up
when someone is looking for a product or service like yours- even if they don’t already know you
exist. This is the magic of search engine optimization.

Optimize Your Website By Talking!

Talking into the microphone on a subject that’s on your mind- this could be as simple as describing
a product or a service, or telling the story about a service experience. You don’t have to know anything                                                                                                                                                                      about search engine optimization to better optimize your site.

SEO and Social Media Fuel Combined

You’ll be adding valuable content to your website, but this sort of content also makes excellent fuel for your social                                                                                                                                               media posts. Simply copy the website address also known as the URL into the post along with a sentence or two
about what the post is about and a photograph or image. Facebook will show your post to more people
if you include an attention-getting image. When they click the link or click the image your web
page or blog post will open for your audience to read. This click brirngs the person back to your
website. This is a little bit of extra website traffic. All website traffic is an indicator to
Google that your website is relevant. And relevancy is a criteria which Google uses to determine if
they’re going to show your website in the search results. Clicks from social media to your website
are a valuable component of search engine optimization.

Proof Read Your Transcription Thoroughly

After you’re done speaking to this voice recorder it will be necessary for you to proofread and make
some corrections and add some punctuation. But you will have created valuable website content which
will help your business. Of course this technology can also be used for drafting letters or emails.

Sure, it may lack the finer elementsof grammar but people can deal with this and it’s also fairly acceptable today in business talk so
long as you’re not in a white collar industry. If you are in a white collar industry then you should
have no problem fixing the grammar when you go back through the content and make your corrections.

I hope you find this information and this tool valuable to you. If you want to receive more useful
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happens all the time.

This blog post contains over 700 words. When I type I struggle to reach 300 or 400 words. By
speaking into the microphone I can make a more complete message which serves both my audience and my
search engine optimization goals.

Low tech free software

Productivity Tool-Screen Capture Technology

I love using the screen capture software. When I need to explain something I want one of my helpers to do, I just open Screencast-O-Matic.

Speed and Accuracy Increases With This Low-Tech Tool

I often work with people who aren’t in the same room with me. Sometimes they’re not in the same city, state, or country. When I need to get something done through my team of experts, I’ll use Screencast-O-Matic to capture what’s going on on my computer screen and speak to narrate my message and my instructions are crystal clear. This is a big time-saver and the message can be saved and reviewed by the recipient indefinitely.

I also use Screencast-O-Matic a lot when I want to explain something to a client. It’s great to be able to capture what’s going on on my computer screen and narrate the situation. Not only is it as good as looking over my shoulder, it’s actually better because they can watch it over and over again and save it for future reference if needed. It’s also easy to share the screen cast video with someone else or even use it to make social media posts.

Training Videos and Client Demonstrations

In the video accompanying this blog post I demonstrate how I was showing a client of mine this successes we’re achieving with their search engine optimization. It’s convenient for the recipient too because they can watch and listen instead of read which is often faster and more comprehensible.

Screencast-O-Matic is a free software. I pay $20 a year for the pro version because sometimes I make longer videos. I think they give you unlimited videos which are up to 10 minutes in length for free. But since I sometimes make longer videos I’m happy to pay a mere $20 to have longer-length videos. This software has been serving me well.

Can you use Screencast-O-Matic in your business? I’m finding it very useful. I hope you do too. If you like these tidbits of information then please sign up for my newsletter so you can be notified every time a New Edition comes out. Go to the small business University YouTube channel And subscribe. That’s another great way to be notified of small business tips and ideas.
And don’t forget, anything that’s on your mind about marketing your business online is fair game. Just ask me anything you want about your website, social media, email, search engine optimization, Google AdWords… I’m happy to help you out with some expert guidance.

Best practices according to google

Optimize Online With Photos

We live in a very visual world today. People consume more pictures and videos now that we have all have pocket sized devices with which to take photosask an expert about marketing a small business online
and record video as well as consume it. Pictures capture attention which then lead us to read on for details.

Effectively Use of Photos: Advice According to Google

This blog post is specifically focusing on recommendations by Google to optimize your local business profile page ( at this point in time it is
called the Google My Business Page, formerly known as Google Places).

Google recommends adding photographs to your Google my business page.
They say specifically that businesses who post new photos have a better chance of their business showing up on the search more often.

If Google is flat-out telling you this is a smart strategy for getting your business more visibility online, I think you should take their advice.
In the video embedded in this post I show a business which I’m aware of and their Google profile image use old and serves only to confuse ho tential
customers. See below for a snippet of Google’s advice.

The business is in Allstate Insurance Agency office. They have taken space in this little shopping center in New Jersey. The photograph which is the
profile photograph for this page does not show the Allstate Insurance office because the photo was taken before the Allstate Insurance office took
over the space. Ideally someone should go out and take a fresh picture of this Shopping Center and post it on the Google my business page. When a
business takes control of their Google my business page they have the ability to add unlimited numbers of photos. I would also recommend to the owner
of this agency to take photographs of the inside. Maybe get some photos of some smile and smiling employees, the Allstate logo, a picture of the
receptionist desk, and maybe the franchise owner. The old image of the shopping center should be removed entirely and refreshed with the new photo.
Besides Google there are other places where a local business profile and be optimized with fresh photos. There’s Yelp and yellow pages and business
finder and plenty of others. You never know how somebody is going to discover your business For the First Time online. It’s a simple exercise anyone
can do and it’s worth an investment of a couple hours to find your online profiles and optimize the information and the photographs.

Search engine optimization for local business

small business online marketing

3 Local Business Marketing Tips

One of the easiest ways to stand out online over your competition is by having a bigger and more complete website. What do I mean by that?ask an expert about marketing a small business online

Search Engine Optimization Is Much About Website Content

A website with more content matching what people are looking for is going to show higher in search results.

Most websites have about four five six pages. Home Page. About Us page. Contact Us. Our Services. Our Mission.
Testimonials. And most business owners can’t imagine what else they could possibly need on their website.

The way to expand your website is to add pages for every single product or service you sell. For example, it’s not
enough just to say you’re an electrician on your website. People don’t always look or an electrician. Sometimes they’re
looking for outdoor patio lighting. Where they may be looking for swimming pool lighting. Or motion detector lighting.
Or they may be looking for LED lights to replace their current lighting. There are all kinds of ways people look for the
things they want online and when you have a page dedicated to each and every service or product you provide you have a
greater chance of getting the higher positions on the search engines for that specific search. When people land on your
website and find that you have a page dedicated to exactly what they’re trying to buy, then your chances of getting the
call is drastically better.

If you own a bakery you might bake bread, rolls, cakes, pies, donuts, cupcakes, danish. Maybe you specialize in certain
items. I would suggest you make web pages or all your products. But you need to start somewhere so first you start with
the things that you specialize in- the things that are most important to you.

Let’s take pies for example. If it were my bakery I would showcase every individual pie that I sell on its own web page.
This way if someone is looking for the best pumpkin pie in town, your bakery would likely occupy the top position in the
search. And you can do this with every single item you sell.

Search Engines Favor Businesses Which Get A Lot of Reviews

Another vitally important aspect of local business marketing today he is acquiring lots and lots of favorable online
reviews. You need to have reviews on Google, Yelp and maybe TripAdvisor, or maybe Home Advisor, depending on your type
of business. It’s very important to ask your customers to review your business, especially when you know you’ve done a
great job serving them. The more favorable online reviews you have the greater the chance that you will show up higher
in search results especially on Google. But lots of people use Yelp as their search engine and your highly rated reviews
will go a long way and getting you new customers.

Mobile Friendly Websites Move Up In Search Engine Rankings

Mobile friendly websites are websites which change their visual form depending upon what type of device is accessing
them. We call this “mobile-responsive.” Google knows if your website is built on a mobile friendly platform. If it’s
not, and if there are other websites competing for the same positions in the search results, your website will drop down
on the results list  and mobile responsive websites will take its place.

If you our website is more than a couple years old there’s a good chance that it was made on a platform which is not
mobile friendly. It is crucial today to have a mobile-friendly website. Portable devices now account for about half of
all website traffic. The search engines favor websites which are mobile-friendly. If your website is not mobile friendly
it will drop lower and lower on the search results.

Your website and and should be an asset to your business. It should be a customer acquisition machine. Do you need any
help with these Concepts we are here to help. All you need to do is ask us some your questions and we’re happy to answer
without any cost of obligation.

monthly marketing calendar

Monthly Marketing Calendar for September, 2017

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September, 2017 Holidays and Marketing Idea-Starters

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September – Monthly Holidays

Baby Safety Month
Better Breakfast Month
Classical Music Month
Fall Hat Month
Little League Month
Intergeneration Month
International Square Dancing Month
National Blueberry Popsicle Month
National Chicken Month
National Courtesy Month
National Honey Month
National Learning and Development Month
National Mushroom Month
National Papaya Month
National Piano Month
National Potato Month
National Preparedness Month
National Rice Month
National Sewing Month
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Awareness Month
Self Improvement Month
Whole Grains Month
National Suicide Prevention Month

March – Weekly Holidays                                                                                    

Sept 1 – 7

National Childhood Injury Prevention Week – September 1-7, 2017

Sept 4 – 8

National Payroll Week

Substitute Teacher Appreciation Week

National Waffle Week

Sept 10 – 16

National Suicide Prevention Week

National Biscuit and Gravy Week

September 9 – 11

National Days of Prayer and Remembrance

 

Sept 11 – 17

National Assisted Living Week

Child Passenger Safety Awareness Week

National Environmental Services Week

National Truck Driver Appreciation Week

National Nephrology Nurses Week

 

September 13 – 21

National Eczema Week

 

September 17 – 24

National Farm Animals Awareness Week

National Rehabilitation Awareness Week

National Singles Week

National Keep Kids Creative Week

National Security Officer Appreciation Week

 

September 25 – 30

Active Aging Week

Health Information and Technology Week

National Fall Foliage Week

 

DAILY HOLIDAYS             

9/1/2017              National No Rhyme (Nor Reason) Day

9/2/2017              National Blueberry Popsicle Day

9/3/2017              National Welsh Rarebit Day

9/4/2017              National Labor Day

9/5/2017              National Day of Charity

9/6/2017              National Read a Book Day

9/7/2017              National Beer Lover’s Day / National Grandma Moses Day

9/8/2017              International Literacy Day / National Ampersand Day / Stand Up To Cancer Day

9/9/2017              National Teddy Bear Day

9/10/2017            World Suicide Prevention Day / National Grandparent’s Day

9/11/2017            Anniversary of 9/11 / Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance

9/12/2017            National Video Games Day / National Day of Encouragement

9/13/2017            National Kids Take Over The Kitchen Day

9/14/2017            National Eat a Hoagie Day

9/15/2017            National LGBT Center Awareness Day / Greenpeace Day / Google.com Day

9/16/2017            National Play-Doh Day / National Stepfamily Day

9/17/2017            Wife Appreciation Day

9/18/2017            National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day / National Cheeseburger Day

9/19/2017            Talk Like a Pirate Day

9/20/2017            National Punch Day

9/21/2017            International Day of Peace

9/22/2017            AKC Responsible Dog Ownership Day / American Business Women’s Day

9/23/2017            National Great American Pot Pie Day

9/24/2017            National Cherries Jubilee Day

9/25/2017            National Comic Book Day / National One Hit Wonder Day

9/26/2017            National Pancake Day

9/27/2017            National Women’s Health and Fitness Day

9/28/2017            National Strawberry Cream Pie Day

9/29/2017            National Coffee Day

9/30/2017            National Hot Mulled Cider Day

Marketing calendar for August

August Holidays 2017

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August Marketing Calendar

Monthly Holidays For August, 2017

National Crayon Collection Month
Family Fun Month
National Catfish Month
National Eye Exam Month
National Golf Month
National Peach Month
National Water Quality Month
Romance Awareness Month
National Coffee Month
National Goat Cheese Month

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Weekly Holidays for the Month of August

August 1 – 7

International Clown Week
National Bargain Hunting Week
National Minority Donor Awareness Week

National Psychic Week
Simplify Your Life Week
World Breast Feeding Week

August 6 – 10

National Scrabble Week – August 6-10

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August 7-13

National Fraud Awareness Week
National Farmers Market Week
National Health Center Week August

National Smile Week
National Apple Week
National Assistance Dog Week

Exercise with Your Child Week
August 8 – 12

Elvis Week – August 8-12

August 14 – 20

National Motorcycle Week
National Resurrect Romance Week
August 15 – 21

National Aviation Week

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August 19 – Sept 5

Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over
August 25 – 31

Be Kind to Humankind Week

Daily Holidays

8/1/2017          National Raspberry Cream Pie Day / National Minority Awareness Day / Respect for Parents Day

8/2/2017          National Coloring Book Day

8/3/2017          National Watermelon Day / National Grab Some Nuts Day

8/4/2017          National Coast Guard Day

8/5/2017          National Mustard Day

8/6/2017          National Root Beer Float Day / American Family Day

8/7/2017          Purple Heart Day / Lighthouse Day

8/8/2017          National Happiness Happens Day / National Frozen Custard Day

8/9/2017          National Rice Pudding Day / National Book Lovers Day

8/10/2017        National Lazy Day / National S’mores Day

8/11/2017        National Sons and Daughters Day / National Presidential Joke Day

8/12/2017        International Youth Day / National Middle Child Day / National Garage Sale Day

8/13/2017        International Lefthanders Day

8/14/2017        National Creamsicle Day

8/15/2017        National Relaxation Day

8/16/2017        National Tell a Joke Day / National Rum Day / National Roller Coaster Day

8/17/2017        National Thrift Shop Day

8/18/2017        National Mail Order Catalog Day / National Ice Cream Pie Day

8/19/2017        Orville Wright’s Birthday / National Soft Ice Cream Day

8/20/2017        National Radio Day

8/21/2017        National Senior Citizens Day

8/22/2017        National Tooth Fairy Day

8/23/2017        National Hug Your Boss Day

8/24/2017        National Waffle Day

8/25/2017        National Whiskey Sour Day / National Kiss and Make Up Day

8/26/2017        National Dog Day / National Women’s Equality Day

8/27/2017        National Just Because Day

8/28/2017        National Cherry Turnovers Day

8/29/2017        International Day Against Nuclear Tests

8/30/2017        National Grief Awareness Day

8/31/2017        National Trail Mix Day

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