New Series: Your Business on the Web

by April 25, 2012 • 11 comments

Anyone in business knows the web has changed and will continue to change the way they interact with customers. We live in an age where consumers are more empowered than ever, capable of searching through the fluff and using real time reviews to persuade their buying decisions. Any business that isn’t trying to keep up with technologies is getting left behind faster than ever. Question is, how do you stay up-to-date and aware of these constant changes? How do you create a brand on the web that is lasting and real? How do you use the web to create honest-to-goodness conversion? If you don’t know the answer to these, good news my friend, help is on the way.

If You Didn’t Already Know Me

Most of you who read know me as it’s most handsome and debonair writer, but, I actually spend much of my time developing the web. I own a successful creative web studio,, contribute to, design and develop web applications and have I have given countless seminars and workshops to businesses all across the country. I’ve won all sorts of design and development awards and receive regular client hi-fives. I have created and promoted brands, designed and developed dozens of websites locally and internationally, and work with clients and firms from places I can’t even pronounce.

Much of what I do centers around a simple web philosophy: it all works together. When I build a website or a web application, I consider more than just the build itself, but the end goal. How will this site promote itself, how will it lend itself to customer’s desires, how will we spread the brand out to make it accessible?

The reality is, a website is more than just a virtual brochure. It is your new storefront. It is, in most cases, the point of contact for your visitors and extends far beyond the pages of the site and into your social media presence, your ad campaigns and so much more.

I have seen and been contributor to incredible results and now I want to help you.

What The Series Will Discuss

This series is all about education.

Helping you understand how to leverage social media, email marketing, tips on how to engage consumers and create a web brand is the only purpose. It occurred to me during a recent seminar that, even now, many people I meet don’t know the meaning of SEO, retargeting or why having an authentic social presence can increase their business leaps and bounds. I receive questions like, “what can I do with my website to get more people”, “how can I get more fans on facebook”, “why should I be on twitter”, or “Isn’t email dead?” To me, the answers are simple, but to business owners, they neither have the time to learn or the money to pay a consultant and are left standing still while technology passes them by.

The truth is, your business on the web goes beyond traditional marketing and it’s value far greater than one-off ROI. In this series I will teach you web tricks, internet marketing techniques, give you the newest updates on technologies and answer any questions you may have about your web presence.

The first article in the series will be aimed right at the heart of the web business: Your website. What makes a website user friendly, what changes can you make on your current site for it to be more captivating and engrossing, and, most importantly, how can you get more people to your site and into a trackable conversion.

If you have any specific topics you’d like for me to discuss, feel free to drop a comment and I will see if I can make magic happen.

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1 Dustin Sciara April 25, 2012 at 10:38 am

I have sat through a seminar that Cebo has taught. It honestly changed the way I was doing business online. Thank you for all your help.


2 Cebo Campbell April 25, 2012 at 10:43 am

Dustin! Stay tuned buddy, I have all sorts of new stuff you’ll love.


3 Jason Koertge April 25, 2012 at 11:37 am

I would like to know how to start and run a successful blog about real estate, growth and tourism in Kansas City.

And you only wish you were more handsome than me.


4 Cebo Campbell April 25, 2012 at 12:50 pm

There is nothing left for me to teach you, you Padawan…handsomeness notwithstanding.


5 Andrew Wardlow April 25, 2012 at 6:10 pm

This series couldn’t have come at a better time for me. I can’t wait. Thanks, Cebo!


6 Jason April 25, 2012 at 9:16 pm

Andrew!! Hey man – check your facebook messages – just sent you a dm


7 Brad Stephens April 26, 2012 at 9:11 am

Can’t wait, will you be touching on how to use myspace and AOL chat?


8 Cebo Campbell April 26, 2012 at 9:33 am

I suppose I could, but it wouldn’t take long. Two words: avoid them.


9 brad stephens April 26, 2012 at 9:46 pm

very well then. Looking forward to the articles!


10 Craig MO April 26, 2012 at 3:46 pm

How do I make VERBO, facebook, square, Resortlock and Google Maps work together to promote my piece of paradise on Laguna Beach? And dont tell me to place it with Jason’s firm…I dont have the $395 he needs (yet).


11 Lillian Coleman May 4, 2012 at 3:58 pm

Can’t wait for this seminar! I would love for you to give any helpful tips you can think of regarding a web-based business (Facebook Storefront based) and ways to market/promote this type of business.