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I’m excited to announce that I will be speaking at WordCamp Fayetteville on July 22nd.

My session, To Small Businesses: Stop Wasting Time. Stop Blogging!, is inspired by my decade plus experience in the web design and digital marketing world.

My #StopBlogging movement is inspired from web design clients repeatedly asking me if they can get a discount if the don’t have a blog on their website – the answer is NO – as well as seeing all the crappy blog posts that are regularly created by digital marketing and “SEO” companies… many simply using the mindset that “YOU HAVE TO BLOG!!”

Well that’s not completely true….

To Small Businesses: Stop Wasting Time. Stop Blogging! Session Description:

Since day one of owning your small business website, experts have told you that you MUST blog regularly if you want to be successful online and compete with your competitors in the search engine results.

Those experts are wrong. Blogging is time-consuming, overwhelming and it’s tough to come up with topics to write about every week.

In “To Small Businesses: Stop Wasting Time. Stop Blogging!” Travis Pflanz, of WebWorks of KC, gives advice, tips and tricks for creating website content that is more valuable than blog posts. This actionable advice will immediately help small business owners out-perform their competitors in Google search results.

As a search engine optimization professional, Travis creates SEO strategies for businesses with budgets of all sizes. Even small businesses with a zero dollar SEO budget can implement the strategies presented in “To Small Businesses: Stop Wasting Time. Stop Blogging!” to outrank their competition

Stop blogging and start creating content that out-performs the competition – Now!

This presentation also includes tools and plugins recommendations for website owners to use on their WordPress website.

Who is this presentation for? – “To Small Businesses: Stop Wasting Time. Stop Blogging!” is for any small business owner who dreads coming up with a topic to blog about. This presentation is especially beneficial for small business owners who target local customers or clients.

As you can tell from the session description – No! I don’t believe that all businesses should actually stop blogging, but instead businesses should take care of all the baby steps first. Then, move on to creating valuable content that is super-targeted and aimed at bottom-of-the-funnel customers who are actually searching for the products and services offered by their business.

If you’re in the Northwest Arkansas area, get a ticket to WordCamp Fayetteville and come to my session! After WordCamp, let’s grab a beer.

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Come to WordCamp Fayetteville on July 22nd and attend my session – plus all the other great sessions presented by fantastic digital marketing and WordPress pros!

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