process to create Newsletters In advanced email Editor - then how to obtain a system Link to display newsletters on your website
When you access the Advanced Editor in the Broadcast Email Message module, you will see
'Adv Editor Categories'. Click there to add, edit or delete categories.
When you create a message in this case a newsletter, you will select the 'Newsletter' category, check the box to 'Publish as Newsletter' and enter a 'Publish Date'. Then proceed to create and save your newsletter. You can send it out as you do with other Broadcast Emails. In addition you can display this and all newsletters you create in the same fashion on your website.
Access MMS Configuration - System Links - item # 26 Broadcast Email Module - there you will find a unique link that you can place on the desired website page. This will display all the newsletters you create so the public can read about Chamber News for months and years to come.
WHAT IS A UCC CERTIFICATE? Here is why we might setup a matching domain name for your primary website.
IMPORTANT NOTICE ABOUT PROVIDING A UCC CERTIFICATE SERVICE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE TO IMPROVE SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION FOR YOUR NEW CHAMBER SYSTEM: A UCC certificate is very important for us to provide in order to insure excellent search engine optimization for your new website and network.
Here is how GoDaddy explains what a UCC certificate is:
What is a Multiple Domain (UCC) SSL certificate?
A Unified Communications Certificate (UCC) is an SSL certificate that secures multiple domain names and multiple host names within a domain name. A UCC lets you secure a primary domain name and up to 99 additional Subject Alternative Names (SANs) in a single certificate. UCCs are compatible with shared hosting. However, the site seal and certificate "Issued To" information will only list the primary domain name. In order for us to provide this service and manage the certificate going forward, we will need to purchase a nearly identical domain to the one you use now for your Chamber. When you go live you will simply forward your current domain to this new one so the new certified platform can work under a UCC certificate. If your current domain is xyzchamber.com we will try to match it with xyzchamber.org. The extensions we will choose are in this order; .com or .org, .net, .us.
If you are a new customer after October 1, 2018 you should see this in the new agreement.
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How to find the direct link so people can leave google reviews on your member businesses - it was impossible before this trick!
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Do you have an SEO strategy? Maybe not. But you likely know that SEO is an important part of your business getting seen on the internet.
Things change often with search engines so it’s good to have an agency, guru, or SEO expert at close hand. If you can’t afford one of those things for your business, you’ll have to do it on your own and stay abreast of all of the changes. One of those changes you should be considering is how voice search is impacting SEO.
Voice search is increasing with greater use of mobile and the increase in access to artificial intelligence. If you have a business that focuses on local clients or customers, voice search is incredibly important as local searches are 3 times more likely to be voice searches than text.
But exactly what’s different between voice search and keyed search?
Plenty. Here’s what you need to know and the changes you need to make to what you’re already doing:
4 Ways to Optimize for Voice Search
Consider Placing for Questions or Phrases
In voice search, most people ask a question or make a statement surrounding a need. For instance, “Where’s the nearest taco place?” Think about what sorts of questions people would ask to find your business. Then create content around those questions. For example, someone might request “Best dog groomer in Nashville.” Write a blog post under that title. Write a review of several different places where you can get your dog groomed from doing it yourself to a portable groomer to your business.
Offering other ideas besides just your own business makes you a reliable resource. However, there’s no need to directly mention the competition. Speak in generalities of the competitors unless you find that people are often searching for you and your nemesis. For instance, if there’s a rivalry between your hot dogs and another place in town, mentioning them directly could help you “steal” some of their search results.
Use the Right Language
There are regional ways of saying things (not accents) and naming items. Just listen to a comedian making fun of their hometown. For instance, some parts of the Midwest refer to washcloths as wash rags and vacuums as sweepers. If you sold those items and wanted to rank for them locally, you may consider using those local terms.
Also, while it might be hard to rank for some terms like“pizza restaurant,” it might be easier to rank for “best pizza place near me.” Most voice searches will use less formal terminology or language because voice search is based on how people talk. And when they talk to search or their virtual assistants like Siri, Google, or Alexa, they speak like they’re talking to someone they know. They don’t speak formally the way they might when looking something up online.
Localize the Search
Wherever possible, if you serve a community (meaning people in town come to you for your service or product and you’re not an internet business serving all areas), mention the areas you serve. Not only will this clear up any confusion but it will also help you rank in that area. But don’t simply state the name of your town over and over. Any bot can do that. Pepper in things about your town that will help people and search engines recognize you really are serving that area. For instance, if you are a carpet cleaner you might add content to your website that asks, “Having people in for the Waynesville Sauerkraut Festival? You want clean floors. We can help.”
This type of personalization is best used when switched out throughout the year. Websites were never made to be stagnant. Remember to refresh content on a regular basis.
Become More Verbose
When typing in a search, most people use 2-3 word phrases. Voice search is much longer, 5-7 words. You’ll want to keep this in mind when optimizing your content. It’s important to do some search research to find out how people are searching for things that you provide. When it comes to voice, they tend to be more long-winded and describe what they need than when they’re texting it.
If you’re concerned about search engine optimization--and you should be--it’s important to consider how search is changing that, especially if your customers are largely local. Create content and optimize your web copy around how people speak and the questions they’d ask to find you. It’s well worth the time investment to do it now rather than wait until your competitors do it.
Christina R. Green teaches small businesses, chambers, and associations how to connect through content. Her articles have appeared in the Midwest Society of Association Executives’Magazine, NTEN.org, AssociationTech, and Socialfish. She is a regular blogger at Frankjkenny.com who we purchase the rights to this content from for our customers.
Why is the H1 Tag so Important?
The H1 tag is the most important heading because it’s the highest level tag that shows what your specific page is about. Search engines generally give this tag more weight over other headings, so it usually improves your search engine ranking when you use it correctly and in conjunction with other onsite SEO techniques.
Adding a H1 tag into your Weebly website is very easy (video below).
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