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Three Free Tools to Help Boost Your Blog Content

Three Free Tools to Help Boost Your Blog Content

It’s easy to write a lackluster blog post, one that doesn’t provide useful information, drive traffic to your website or help generate your dream client. So what can you do to boost your blog content? Luckily, the internet is full of resources for getting the most out...

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Learn the Basics of SEO

Learn the Basics of SEO

You've set up your website, started blogging to increase web traffic, and... Nothing seems to be happening. First of all, patience is key! It may take a minute before you start seeing the results of your hard work. But also, there's a bit of a cheat you can use to...

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Why Should I Blog for My Business?

Why Should I Blog for My Business?

Whether you devour blog content daily or believe blogs are so 2005, the reality is that they’re an important part of running a business in this increasingly digital world. This has always been true, but even more so now: People are addicted to new content. They crave...

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Why your awesome photos won’t work for your website (and what will)

Why your awesome photos won’t work for your website (and what will)

You get professional photos taken — and they are gorgeous. I mean, seriously. The photographer captured the relationship between you and your dog beautifully. Your hair is perfect, your make up is good, you managed to smile in that way makes you actually look happy (instead of artificially pretending to be happy just for the camera)… And then you go to place the pictures on your website.

And off goes your head. Literally.

You fiddle around trying to get the photo to look right, and it seems you can’t manage to get both your face and your dog’s face in the photo! You wind up having to choose between two bad options: cut off half of your dog or cut out your head.

So, what went wrong?

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Too Many Clients, Not Enough Time?

Too Many Clients, Not Enough Time?

The truth is, having too many clients and not enough time IS a good thing — but it’s also incredibly stressful! You feel rushed and behind, and you begin to worry that the quality of your work is suffering.

And it can lead to burn out big time.

Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact the solution is pretty simple.

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Click and Repeat helps pet professionals improve their marketing — from website and logo design to consulting on best practices and overall strategy.

My goal is to help you spend exactly the amount of time your business needs you to on marketing... and not a minute more.

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