Monthly Archives: April 2011

Come See Us @ Accion, Thursday April 10th

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On Thursday, April 10th, Kevin Kohleriter, President of MarketBurst will speak at the Dallas Headquarters of Accion Texas Inc., a nonprofit, multi-state micro- and small business lender based in San Antonio that helps new and existing entrepreneurs successfully grow their businesses. The topic will be: Big Dreams. Small Wallet: An Introduction to Marketing for Small Continue Reading

Riding on the back of a hummingbird. Five simple steps to improve SEO with Google’s hummingbird.

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Why Google’s new hummingbird is changing the way companies conduct SEO google logoOn September 26th Google announced their biggest search engine code change in 10 years, called “hummingbird”. The purpose of this update is to keep in-tact the quality of the link building process while improving the quality of search related content. This update was Continue Reading

Get your site on the first page of Google or it’s free

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From the small business to the enterprise our customers want one thing; to be at the top of the Google search rankings. For this reason, we have designed an affordable SEO package that is so cost effective, even small businesses will get results. In addition, we are so confident in our White Hat SEO technique Continue Reading

Come see us at Accion, Dallas July 17th

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On Wednesday July 17th,  Kevin Kohleriter, President of MarketBurst will speak at the Dallas Headquarters of Accion Texas Inc., a nonprofit, multi-state micro- and small business lender based in San Antonio that helps new and existing entrepreneurs successfully grow their businesses. The topic will be: Big Dreams. Small Wallet: An Introduction to Marketing for Small Business You have Continue Reading

3 techniques for following up with prospects when you have nothing to say

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Although I like to talk to my clients so that I get to know them, sometimes following up with a prospect or client is difficult when I feel I have nothing to say to them. I don’t always have a new product or service to promote. I hate saying “I’m just touching base” but I Continue Reading