Teach Someone to Fish
We believe in education. The purpose of this digital marketing library is to teach small business owners to...
- build and grow their own websites
- create their own content
- operate social media
- run Google Ads and Analytics
- learn about the latest in digital marketing
- develop digital marketing strategies
- learn how to evaluate marketing performed on their behalf
- create video marketing
- locate quality low-cost images for their sites and business
- and so much more
Do it yourself or get in touch with us. Either way, we are here for you.
These 108 blog post ideas for Heating and Air Conditioning companies are real questions readers are asking right now. How can you use this list to grow your website?Read More
Remodeling and general contractors in need of ideas for blog posts start here. This list provides the most common questions people ask about home improvement.Read More
Retailers like convenience stores, gift shops and clothing goods, hair and nail salons, even restaurants can increase sales with customer loyalty rewards.Read More
Most General Pratitioners, Primary Care Providers, or Internists do not have time to both write for their website AND find ideas for blogs. Here are a few post ideas to help.Read More
How can automated text appointment reminders via SMS help Law Firms and Medical Practices? With automated text messenging, clients are reminded of appointments.Read More
Since 2009, Oakes Writing has been helping small business owners with their content marketing online. During that time we have helped thousands grow their digital footprint and their business. Some we have helped include:
- Lawyers/Law Firms
- Real Estate Investors
- Insurance Agencies
- Medical Providers
- General Retail
- Online Schools
- Driveway Resurfacing
- Doors and Windows
- General Construction/Remodeling
Instead of a general library, we add industry-specific articles based on what we have learned over the years. Just as no two industries are exactly alike, their approach to online marketing often requires small yet important differences. Many digital marketing companies today fail to take this into account when creating plans for these clients.
By providing industry-specific articles, small business owners get personalized information that suits the needs of their company directly.
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