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PSPinc will help your business thrive by providing for all of your technology needs. We offer a wide array of products, including Web & Email Hosting, Website Development, Email Marketing and Data Storage Solutions. Visit pspinc.com to learn more.

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Here is how to review a page on Google.

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Search Google by the Company... Search Google by the Company Name.
On the Google result page, you see a company info on the right-hand side.
When you click on the "Revie... When you click on the "Reviews" ... above popup will appear.
Click on the "Write a Review" button.
You will be directed to the rev... You will be directed to the review page.
This is where you will write a review.
If you had a good experience with any company, people would like to hear about it by means of "Reviews". If you want to write a reviews, here is how you do it. Please check the process above.

If you walked like to know more about Google Review for you business, please contact us at info@pspinc.com
We are more than happy to explain what you would like to know about Reviews and Web Promotions.
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Find out How your Website is Performing

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Google Analytics is a good way to see how your website is performing. You can see how many people visited and how they behaved (did they exit right away vs. staying on the site to browse?) and even better, you can learn where they’re coming from, what language they speak, and other demographic information. You can also use Google Webmaster Tools to evaluate your web performance. Both are free tools provided by Google:

Analytics:
https://analytics.google.com/analytics/

Webmaster Tools:
https://www.google.com/webmasters/

Webmaster Tools require you to embed HTML into your site. This HTML file is provided once you setup your website on Google Webmaster Tools. You will need to have access to your web server via FTP and place it on the website root directory. Basically, Google needs to “crawl” your site to take advantage of this tool.

Google Webmaster Tools work great in conjunction with Analytics because Webmaster Tools can provide you more detailed information on how people are finding you. It can also point you to issues and problems with your site, such as any broken links or missing pages called “404 Not Found” errors.

The biggest advantage of using Google Webmaster Tools for business is seeing how customers find you online. It provides data on the number of ad impressions or page views generated from search engines. You can also see the click through rates (CTR) from Google to your site.

In short, Google Webmaster Tools gives you the data you need to analyze how people are finding you and what’s driving traffic to your website, while Google Analytics can give you the data on who the visitors are and how they behave once they arrive on your site.

This kind of knowledge is powerful for your business and we encourage taking advantage of these free tools.
#ENnews #PSPinc #Blog #Technology #SmallBusiness #BusinessTips #Google #GoogleAnalytics #GoogleWebmasterTools #Analytics

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Email server being attacked by SPAM.

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Email server being attacked b...
Currently we are expecting very heaver email traffic to our servers. This is causing our system to slow down and not being able to deliver email.

This has started around 1:30pm on 9/9/19. We will keep you posted when it becomes normal.
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Making Sense of Google AdSense and AdWords

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Making Sense of Google AdSen...
Sometimes we “techies” choose names for our products and services that don’t make a lot of sense and often warrants further explanation. When you first see a service like Google AdWords or Google AdSense, we don’t blame if you if you’re puzzled, and we’re here to help make AdSense make more sense to you.

Let’s cover some basics. Google makes money by selling ads on a pay-per-click (PPC) basis, which has become the industry standard for online advertising. Via Google AdWords, A business can create an ad which gets displayed on Google. If a user clicks on that ad during a search, Google charges the business an agreed upon price for that click.

PPC ads are available in different forms: text ads and display ads.

Text ads show up on Google search results based on the keywords and phrases you choose. They are marked “Ad” if you take a closer look and they tend to show up before the organic results.

Display ads can show up on other websites based on your searches browsing history. For example, if you have shopped cars online, Google might display an ad for cars while you browse the morning news on your regular news site. That’s because your news website has contracted with Google to display these ads via a platform called Google AdSense. In return, they will receive payments from Google based on the PPC performance of the display ads.

In short, AdWords is for businesses seeking to advertise. AdSense is for websites or blog owners seeking to monetize their space by allowing AdWords ads to appear next to their content.
#ENnews #PSPinc #Blog #Technology #SmallBusiness #BusinessTips #Google #AdWords #AdSense #PayPerClick

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10 Dos and Don’ts for your Company Newsletter

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We discussed the ease in which you can create a newsletter using NewsMail templates in our last blog post, but why do you need to send a newsletter in the first place?

Newsletters are a critical line of communication with your existing or potential customer base. You want to maintain that relationship with your customers and feed them new information about your company as it comes in. Let’s look at some Dos and Don’ts for your company newsletter:

1) Do make a schedule. Decide whether to send your newsletter weekly, monthly or quarterly depending on your company goals.

2) Don’t send a newsletter every week simply because you want to get in front of people more often. If you’re not telling them anything new and important, expect a lot of ‘unsubscribes’ to follow.

3) Do share: promotions, company news, new products or services, holiday greetings, customer surveys and feedback, instructional content or videos (how-tos), customer testimonials, cause marketing efforts (community giving), employee spotlights and more.

4) Don’t share all of those things in one email! Spread it out. Keep the content to a minimum, featuring just two to three things, so as not to overwhelm the reader.

5) Do provide your contact information: phone, email, web forms and social media sites.

6) Don’t send your newsletter without having a fresh set of eyes review it for content or grammatical errors.

7) Do cross-promote your blog and social media sites. Informative blog articles can boost your website’s SEO, and as a bonus, they make for great newsletter content. Once you’ve sent out your newsletter, you can deconstruct the newsletter, using its content for social media posts, expanding your reach to existing and potential customers. See how they all work together?

8) Don’t be shy about testing out different subject lines. See what works and what doesn’t to get a better open rate. Same goes for when to send – do people tend to open your newsletter more when you send in the morning versus the afternoon; early in the week or later in the week?

9) Do look at the analytics to see what people are clicking on to get an idea of what topics your customers find interesting.

10) DO contact us at PSP to help you get started using NewsMail, and let’s get your newsletter off the ground!
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How to Send a Newsletter with NewsMail

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It couldn’t be easier to create a professional newsletter, create email marketing campaigns, broadcast, and track emails using NewsMail. Create unlimited mailing lists to target the exact audience you want to reach. Get detailed reports and statistics for monitoring your email campaigns’ effectiveness. And choose from HTML, text, or professionally-designed themes to get you started!

1. Once you’re logged into NewsMail, click on the “Mail Admin” tab and choose “Compose Mail.”

2. On the next screen chose between three email formats. We recommend “Theme Email.”

3. After choosing “Theme Email” you’ll have the option to choose between 6 different categories.

4. Click on one of the templates from the list and then click “Select Theme.”

5. Now, choose a mailing list from your lists.

6. At the bottom, fill in the mailing information including your reply to email and subject line. This is also where you can add attachments. Click Next.

7. From here, you will be able to customize your newsletter with text and images. Use the edit buttons under each section to add text, rearrange sections, and add sections.

8. Once you’re happy with your newsletter, click broadcast in the top-right corner. You can either send it immediately or you can schedule your newsletter for a future date. You will also have the ability to save your newsletter before sending.

Congratulations, you’ve just sent your first newsletter! Remember to log back into your NewsMail account and check the logs for open rates and click through rates.
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How to Create and Schedule a Post on Hootsuite

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Once you’ve created and setup your Hootsuite account with all your social channels you’ll be able to start creating and scheduling posts for your social media channels. To get started follow our steps below…

1. From your Hootsuite dashboard click on the “New Post” button located in the top-right corner.

2. Click on the drop-down menu labeled “Select social networks…” to choose which social media accounts you want to publish to.

3. After you chosen which accounts to post to, enter you text in the text box located below.

4. Add mentions using the @ symbol followed by the username or page name.

5. Add emojis by clicking on the smile icon in the bottom left corner.

6. Copy and paste any links you want to add into the text box. At the bottom of the text box you’ll see an option for shortening any links using Ow.ly.

7. Add images to your post by both dragging and dropping them or by clicking on “Open Media Library” to search for free images or gifs.

8. Add videos to your post by dragging and dropping them into the drag & drop area.

9. Add your location with Geo-tag.

10. In the bottom-right corner you can either post immediately or you can schedule for later by choosing a time and date in the future.

Also see: https://help.hootsuite.com/hc/en-us/articles/204598140-Quick-start-guide
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What is Hootsuite and Should you Use It?

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Whether you’re on social media for personal or business reasons, it can be a lot of work managing multiple profiles across different social media platforms. Just trying to manage all of your accounts can become a full-time job. Simplifying this process through Hootsuite can be a huge help – and can save you lots of time.

So what is Hootsuite?

Hootsuite is a social media management tool that allows users to log into a single dashboard, which is connected to multiple social media accounts. Users can create and schedule posts for their Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn accounts and more. With this tool you’ll be able to post the same content across multiple accounts, schedule posts for the future, and post to each social media account separately.

What are the features of Hootsuite?

• Manage Multiple Social Media Accounts
• Directly Post To Individual Accounts
• Schedule Posts
• Messaging
• Organize Assignments With Your Team
• Analytics For Each Account

You should use Hootsuite if you…

• Manage multiple social media accounts – Hootsuite is a great tool for managing all your social accounts from one dashboard.

• Work with a team to manage multiple accounts – if you work with multiple team members to manage accounts, Hootsuite can help assign tasks and keep everyone on the same page.

• Use Twitter to manage customer service - if your company is using Twitter to manage your customer service questions and concerns, Hootsuite is a great way to get everything under control.

• Cross platform management – if your team uses different platforms like Windows, IOS, or Linux.

• Combined social media reports – get one report that has all your social media account analytics.
#ENnews #PSPinc #Blog #Technology #SmallBusiness #BusinessTips #Hootsuite #SocialMedia #SNS #Facebook #Linkedin #Instagram #Twitter

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How IP Targeting Works

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By now, most of us realize we are the targets of geomarketing ads. When we search for something on our phones, or visit a website, you can bet you’ll see an ad for it (or something like it) the next time you log into Facebook or another social platform.

In all digitally-generated ads, businesses have an opportunity to target not only the type of users they want but also the regions they’re in. Choosing the right region and market will help you be more effective in bringing the right audience to you.

When creating digital ads, you can pinpoint the country, region, or city in which your ad will be shown. If you are techy, you might understand IP targeting (targeting an IP address) which is another way to target a specific customer base. Although it’s not quite the same as geomarketing, it targets the connectivity of people, so for example, you may have the same IP address for a mother and a daughter, or a friend who is connected at the same household.

An IP address remains in your device history and through IP targeting it may be used to remind you about a service or store you visited. For example, a car dealer may know you’ve been to their service department from IP targeting and therefore get an ad in front of you for the newest model of your car. You might see these types of paid ads in Google when you’re doing a search or on Facebook.

Regardless of your budget, you could take advantage of these features and spend your money more wisely. If you have questions about how to get started, contact us at PSP and we can guide your targeted marketing efforts.
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Local SEO is Key in Geomarketing

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We’ve been discussing how geomarketing and local SEO are critical to a company’s online success. Let’s review the key components of local SEO so you can strengthen your geomarketing efforts.

Local SEO is a way to optimize your online presence in a specific location (or multiple areas). There are a few critical components in local SEO:

Business Location

Your business loses credibility when location information isn’t obvious online. Everyone is cautious of fake sites these days; location information legitimizes your business. Search engines also try to provide end users more relevant information, therefore not having your business address or location weakens your online presence in search results. Search engines will look at who you are and where you are to provide accurate local search results to users. So be sure you list your address and the locations you serve within your web content.

Google My Business

One of the most important tools for local SEO is Google My Business. Those who have not yet claimed your business on Google, you really need to take immediate action and do so. Same is true for Yahoo or Bing if you care for them as well. Claiming your business is easy, just go to https://www.google.com/business/ and follow instructions on the screen.

For Geomarketing purposes, it’s important to make sure your business address is claimed and confirmed via a postcard with Google. Google does not like fake claims to business, therefore they use good old-fashioned means to verify your address by sending you a postcard with a code.

Other benefits include the ability to get customer reviews and get a pin on Google maps.

Citations

Aside from search engines, be sure to check any relevant business listings on Yelp and Facebook. You really need to be on top of these popular sites because you want to make sure your information is consistent and accurate across platforms (checking your hours and contact info too). If you don’t claim your business, you leave it open for someone else to hijack your business online.

Remember, search engines are trying to provide relevant information to end users. If you are not in control of your information online, you will lose the chance to earn that local publicity and the leads it could bring in.
#ENnews #PSPinc #Blog #Technology #SmallBusiness #BusinessTips #Google #GeoMarketing #LocalSEO

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