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Here’s your resource for growing your web presence – and your business bottom-line – in ways that haven’t yet occurred to your competitors.

In this blog you’ll find the latest cutting-edge information on:

    • Website design
    • Landing page layout
    • Email marketing
    • Blogging
    • Content marketing
    • Social media marketing
    • ... and more!

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Unleash The Power Of Your Business’ Blog

Max Height Web Solutions - Unleash The Power of Your Business Blog

Want An Effective Digital Marketing Presence?
Keep It Fresh

Dan Kennedy is one of the foremost marketing experts of our time.  His track record includes taking entrepreneurs from, well, entrepreneurial dreams to seven-figure incomes and multi-millionaire wealth.  He edits six business newsletters, and influences more than a million business owners every year.

Kim Walsh-Phillips is the CEO of Elite Digital Group, and an award-winning speaker, author, and marketer. She makes her entrepreneur clients wealthy by insisting they focus – like lasers – on results.  On the all-important Return On Investment (ROI) of every marketing dollar they spend.

Your Email List: Life Blood Of Your Marketing Efforts

When Prospects Are Involved, They’re Influenced

How effective is your business’ web presence?

These days, nearly every “serious” business has a website.  Most also have some presence on social media, review sites, and the like.

But you can tell how serious a business is about attracting, wowing, and retaining the best customers by looking at how they use their web presence.

How To Deliver A Unique Selling Proposition Your Prospects Will Instantly Get

Max Height Web Solutions - Deliver A Unique Proposition

You Have Five Seconds To Impress Me. Go.

You have a business that brings value to your prospects and customers.

So have your competitors.

You’ve invested in a web presence for your business.

So have your competitors.

You have a professional website that’s technically sound, loads fast, and looks beautiful.

So have your competitors.

When a stranger or prospect is looking for the products and services your business provides, of course, she’s going to whip out a cell phone or laptop and search for you on the internet.

She’s likely pressed for time… but she wants to get it right… so she might quickly look at 2-3 websites (the first ones she comes across) before deciding whom to call or visit.

Will you get her business?

How Often Should You Update Your Website

How Often Should You Update Your Website

It appears that some businesses are changing or updating their websites as frequently as every few minutes. While this seems to make sense for news sites and those that want to provide readers with up to date info, does this necessarily make sense for YOUR business website?

You would like to show your visitors that you are continuously innovating your business, but at the same time, does changing all the time, give visitors the impression that you simply can’t make up your mind about what you've to offer?

Here is what you should think about before you build your company website.

How And Why Strangers Find Your Business’ Website

Your Ideal Customer’s Journey To You Often Begins With A Simple Search

Back in the day, you flipped open the phone book to find a solution to a problem, or to look for the right business to meet a need or fulfill a want.

But when was the last time you looked something up in the phone book?

Nowadays, you look stuff up on the phone itself!

We’ve come a long way, Baby.

How Strangers Become Ambassadors For Your Business

How Strangers Become Ambassadors For Your Business

Four Key Steps In Your Ideal Customer’s Journey To You

As an entrepreneur, you know the “holy grail” of small business is to have customers who love you.

No, I don’t just mean customers who do business with you again and again. I’m talking about the kind of customers who develop a fanatical passion – downright ambassadorship! – for your business that makes your competitors green with envy (and your bottom-line unassailably “green,” too).

Hopefully, you are the entrepreneur who cultivates customer relationships that turn into ambassadorships.

But maybe you’re the green-with-envy business owner who looks at other businesses’ customer relationships and thinks, “Why can’t we have customers like that?”

You can!

Use Your Website To Grow Your Business

Use Your Website To Grow Your Business

Your Ideal Customer Is Looking For You Right Now. Will She Find You?

Are you looking to grow your business?

Maybe you have all the work and revenue you can handle. But if you aren’t reading this as you sit on a pile of greenbacks and gold coins, you’re probably wondering how you can find the sort of ideal customers who not only bring you repeat business, but become advocates for you and bring even more customers through your door.

Your competitors are certainly out there looking to win your ideal customers away from you.

But if you give your business a superior web presence, you can beat your competitors and win the business for yourself.

Four Key Ingredients of Successful Blog Posts

Four Key Ingredients of Successful Blog Posts

How Pros Use Blogs to Drive Traffic
and Dominate Digital Marketing


You have a powerful business idea. And now, equipped with a brilliant website and a fresh-and-blooming web presence, you’re ready to launch your first digital marketing campaign.

You’re on your way!  Now, to cook up some successful blog posts.

You know you need to start by creating great content and aiming it at your perfect customer. But this is all new. Maybe even a little scary. Maybe more than a little scary!

But with a simple recipe of four “key” ingredients, you can cook up web content your best prospective customers will welcome… and start them looking to you for solutions to the problems your business was built to solve.

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