Attention SME’s Free Marketing on WelshBiz

Free  marketing for SME – what’s the catch?

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Any SME who is connected to a larger company can have free marketing from MA Consultancy on WelshBiz our Welsh Business News Channel, if they can get me a marketing contract (or at least a meeting to discuss marketing – where i can get the contract), they will get there marketing and branding advice for free.

They way it will work.  You tell me what you want / need.  I will tell you what else you ,need, We will agree a price., you will pay me, when you get me in to the larger business and I do business, you will get a full refund!

I am currently 10X my business please let me know if you want to do the same.

Email – maconsultancy1@gmail.com

Phone – 07960872549

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Top 5 Web Marketing Tips for New Business Startups and SME’s

1. Twitter Marketing

Set up a Twitter Account and Follow up to 5,000 of your target audience.

A large proportion will follow you back and those that don’t can be unfollowed so that you can follow some more.

This could be a particular niche or businesses / consumers in a certain geographical location. Whilst you are building followers and when you have thousands of followers, send out information, tips, offers, competitions and advice that would be useful and of interest to your target audience.

2. Facebook Marketing, Facebook Pages and Facebook Group Marketing

Use your personal Facebook account to connect with potential customers and partners, also create a Facebook Page and get your friends, potential partners and target audience (clients etc) to like and share your page. Whilst you are building likers & followers and when you have thousands of followers, send out information, tips, offers, competitions and advice that would be useful and of interest to your target audience.

You can also set up groups for your target audiences and get some of those to join your group where you can also share information, tips, offers, competitions and advice that would be useful and of interest to your target audience.

3. LinkedIn Marketing and LinkedIn Company Pages

Make sure you have a good LinkedIn profile page that covers everything that you do including all of your skills and which links to your company website, blog and Facebook page etc. Also add links to any video that you might have etc.

Also create a Company page on LinkedIn (you need an email address on a registered domain to do this) and regularly post information, tips, offers, competitions and advice that would be useful and of interest to your target audience via your LinkedIn company page and your regular posts facility on LinkedIn.

Finally on LinkedIn regularly connect with lots of people in your target audience on LinkedIn (but not to many all at once though as LinkedIn can block you). Also join lots of groups full of your target audience and connect with them via the group (Something linkedin allows you to do more aggressively than just connecting with people).

4. Blogging

Create a blog or ideally add a blog to your existing website or get a new website with a blog already included and start blogging regularly about your business, products and services etc.

This can help to improve the Seo of your website and get it associated with more keywords to help you get indexed more regularly the search engines and helping you to appear higher up and more often in the internet page ranks.

5. Keyword Content Marketing via content pages on your website

You should have an existing website or get a new website and create great keyword written landing pages for your business, as well as every single product and service and geographical area covered etc.
This will help to improve the Seo of your website and get it associated with more keywords to help you appear higher up and more often in the internet search engine page ranks helping you to get more enquiries.

If you need any help with any of the above please call: 07517 024979 or email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com

Twitter Follower Build Up Service – just £50 to £200 per month

Targeted Twitter Follower Build up Service

Are you looking for more genuine targeted twitter followers in a niche or target industry sector or geographical area?

Here at MA Consultancy in Cardiff, we can provide a manual targeted twitter follower build up service for prices from just £50 to £200 per month.

How it Works?

Choose from the building up of followers in a specific target industry or niche sector (say you like to market and sell to Accountants, Architects, Retailers, Restaurants, or Solicitors etc.) or choose a specific Geographical location (such as all consumer or all businesses in Cardiff, just the Bay or South Wales etc.) and we will follow 200 accounts a week for you (for 4 weeks – For just £50 a month), 400 accounts a week for you (for 4 weeks – For just £99 a month) or 800 accounts a week for you (for 4 week – For just £200 a month).

What results can you expect?

If you have a good product or services for the target audience you’re after, and you make yourself look good and sound relevant to the audience, then you should get a decent percentage (between 20% to 80% of the followers), follow you back.

These followers will then remain with you for ever (as long as the don’t unsubscribe down the line – a good content marketing strategy can help with this), meaning that you then have a new database for communicating for FREE with, allowing you to inform them about your products, services, offers and events etc.

Is there a contract?

There is no contract for our service, its just a month by month rolling agreement.  You set up a monthly DD for your chosen amount and can choose to cancel this at any time should you wish to stop the service.

What to do if you want to subscribe to one of our Twitter follower build up packages?

  • Pick your preferred option.
  • Sign up to the Monthly DD.
  • Email us your @name (Twitter Username and password) and niche target audience or geographical area and we will get going with your service.
  1. Twitter Follower Build Up Service Option 1 – £50 per month

  2. Twitter Follower Build Up Service Option 2 – £99 per month

  3. Twitter Follower Build Up Service Option 3 – £200 per month

Any questions?

Please feel free to complete our contact form on the contact page or get in touch: Call: 07517 024979 or Email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com

The Twitter Follower Build Up Service page was written “By Mike Armstrong”

Online Marketing Agency Cardiff 

Looking for an Online Marketing Agency in Cardiff?

Why?

Maybe you’re looking for any of the following services?

Outsourced Online Marketing Agency Services:

  • Search Engine Optimisation / SEO – Onsite & Offsite Optimisation
  • Blogging 
  • Content Writing
  • Link Building
  • Social Media Marketing Services / SMM
  • Online Advertising

If you are looking for an Online Marketing Agency that provides  any of those Outsourced Online Marketing Services please give us a call on: 07517 024979 or email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com

In addition to our Outsourced Online Marketing services our Online Marketing Agency also provides:

Consultancy:

  • Online Marketing Consultancy
  • Web Marketing Consultancy
  • SEO Consultancy
  • Social Media Consultancy
  • Website Consultancy

& Training:

  • Online Marketing Training
  • Web Marketing Training
  • SEO Training
  • Social Media Training
  • Website Training

Online Marketing Agency Prices:

We can provide our services from just £100 a month, our training from £200 (for a 3 hour course), and consultancy from £250 (for 5 hours in a month).

Any questions?

Feel free to get in touch on either of our contact methods:

Call us on: 07517 024979 or email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com

The online marketing agency Cardiff post was written “By Mike Armstrong”

Online Marketing Agency Cardiff 

Looking for an Online Marketing Agency in Cardiff?

Why?

Maybe you’re looking for any of the following services?

Outsourced Online Marketing Agency Services:

  • Search Engine Optimisation / SEO – Onsite & Offsite Optimisation
  • Blogging 
  • Content Writing
  • Link Building
  • Social Media Marketing Services / SMM
  • Online Advertising

If you are looking for an Online Marketing Agency that provides  any of those Outsourced Online Marketing Services please give us a call on: 07517 024979 or email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com

In addition to our Outsourced Online Marketing services our Online Marketing Agency also provides:

Consultancy:

  • Online Marketing Consultancy
  • Web Marketing Consultancy
  • SEO Consultancy
  • Social Media Consultancy
  • Website Consultancy

& Training:

  • Online Marketing Training
  • Web Marketing Training
  • SEO Training
  • Social Media Training
  • Website Training

Online Marketing Agency Prices:

We can provide our services from just £100 a month, our training from £200 (for a 3 hour course), and consultancy from £250 (for 5 hours in a month).

Any questions?

Feel free to get in touch on either of our contact methods:

Call us on: 07517 024979 or email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com

The online marketing agency Cardiff post was written “By Mike Armstrong”

Link Building Services Cardiff, South Wales & Wales

Link Building Services Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

Here at MA Consultancy we offer three different types of Link Building Services to help increase the ranking of your website:

These Link Building Services are:

  • Citations
  • Blogger Outreach Programme
  • & Relevant Website Standard Links or Content on relevant sites with a Keyword Link

Costs for the Link Building Services Cardiff, South Wales, Wales:

You can get some of our Link Building Services Cardiff, South Wales, Wales for prices from just £200.

For more about the Link Building Services Cardiff, South Wales, Wales including the various different packages available, please follow the link or contact us on: 07517 024979 or email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com

Link Building Cardiff, South Wales, Wales

This page was written and posted “By Mike Armstrong”

Web Marketing inc SEO & Social Media Marketing

Web Design Wales

Business Services from trusted & reliable providers offering great value for money…

   

 As well as providing many business Services Online and Offline themselves, MA Consultancy also works with many trusted & reliable business service providers, who offer a wide range of business to business products or services.

If you would like to have a meeting with a professional to request a quote or for a free consultation, with some advice and knowledge about the business products or services that you require, please complete the contact form on the relevant business services page you are interested in, by clicking the link and seeing what service providers we work with.

Business Services included are:

  • A wide range of Marketing Services
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Business Exhibition Opportunities
  • Business Apps or Web Development
  • Graphic Fesign and/or Printing
  • Car Sales, Fleet provision or Car Leasing
  • Business Financial & Professional Services (Accountancy, Cost Reduction, Auto Enrolment, Legal Services, Debt Collection, Business Lasting Powers of Attorney)
  • Business Training
  • Office Cleaning etc.

Want your Business Service added to our offering?

Email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com

Business Services page posted “By Mike Armstrong”

Technical Website Audit Checklist for 2015

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Technical Website Audit Checklist: 2015 Edition

by christopherjanb
Posted by GeoffKenyon

Back in 2011, I wrote a technical site audit checklist, and while it was thorough, there have been a lot of additions to what is encompassed in a site audit. I have gone through and updated that old checklist for 2015. Some of the biggest changes were the addition of sections for mobile, international, and site speed.

This checklist should help you put together a thorough site audit and determine what is holding back the organic performance of your site. At the end of your audit, don’t write a document that says what’s wrong with the website. Instead, create a document that says what needs to be done. Then explain why these actions need to be taken and why they are important. What I’ve found to really helpful is to provide a prioritized list along with your document of all the actions that you would like them to implement. This list can be handed off to a dev or content team to be implemented easily. These teams can refer to your more thorough document as needed.

Quick overview
Check BoxCheck indexed pages
Do a site: search.
How many pages are returned? (This can be way off so don’t put too much stock in this).
Is the homepage showing up as the first result?
If the homepage isn’t showing up as the first result, there could be issues, like a penalty or poor site architecture/internal linking, affecting the site. This may be less of a concern as Google’s John Mueller recently said that your homepage doesn’t need to be listed first.
Check BoxReview the number of organic landing pages in Google Analytics

Does this match with the number of results in a site: search?
This is often the best view of how many pages are in a search engine’s index that search engines find valuable.
Check BoxSearch for the brand and branded terms

Is the homepage showing up at the top, or are correct pages showing up?
If the proper pages aren’t showing up as the first result, there could be issues, like a penalty, in play.
Check BoxCheck Google’s cache for key pages
Is the content showing up?
Are navigation links present?
Are there links that aren’t visible on the site?
PRO Tip:
Don’t forget to check the text-only version of the cached page. Here is a
bookmarklet to help you do that.
Check BoxDo a mobile search for your brand and key landing pages

Does your listing have the “mobile friendly” label?
Are your landing pages mobile friendly?
If the answer is no to either of these, it may be costing you organic visits.
On-page optimization
Check BoxTitle tags are optimized
Title tags should be optimized and unique.
Your brand name should be included in your title tag to improve click-through rates.
Title tags are about 55-60 characters (512 pixels) to be fully displayed. You can test here or review title pixel widths in Screaming Frog.
Check BoxImportant pages have click-through rate optimized titles and meta descriptions
This will help improve your organic traffic independent of your rankings.
You can use SERP Turkey for this.
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Check for pages missing page titles and meta descriptions

Check BoxThe on-page content includes the primary keyword phrase multiple times as well as variations and alternate keyword phrases

Check BoxThere is a significant amount of optimized, unique content on key pages

Check BoxThe primary keyword phrase is contained in the H1 tag

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Images’ file names and alt text are optimized to include the primary keyword phrase associated with the page.

Check BoxURLs are descriptive and optimized
While it is beneficial to include your keyword phrase in URLs, changing your URLs can negatively impact traffic when you do a 301. As such, I typically recommend optimizing URLs when the current ones are really bad or when you don’t have to change URLs with existing external links.
Check BoxClean URLs
No excessive parameters or session IDs.
URLs exposed to search engines should be static.
Check BoxShort URLs
115 characters or shorter – this character limit isn’t set in stone, but shorter URLs are better for usability.
Additional reading:
Best Practices for URLs
URL Rewriting Tool
mod_rewrite Cheat Sheet
Creating 301 Redirects With .htaccess
Content
Check BoxHomepage content is optimized
Does the homepage have at least one paragraph?
There has to be enough content on the page to give search engines an understanding of what a page is about. Based on my experience, I typically recommend at least 150 words.
Check BoxLanding pages are optimized
Do these pages have at least a few paragraphs of content? Is it enough to give search engines an understanding of what the page is about?
Is it template text or is it completely unique?
Check BoxSite contains real and substantial content
Is there real content on the site or is the “content” simply a list of links?
Check BoxProper keyword targeting
Does the intent behind the keyword match the intent of the landing page?
Are there pages targeting head terms, mid-tail, and long-tail keywords?
Check BoxKeyword cannibalization
Do a site: search in Google for important keyword phrases.
Check for duplicate content/page titles using the Moz Pro Crawl Test.
Check BoxContent to help users convert exists and is easily accessible to users
In addition to search engine driven content, there should be content to help educate users about the product or service.
Check BoxContent formatting
Is the content formatted well and easy to read quickly?
Are H tags used?
Are images used?
Is the text broken down into easy to read paragraphs?
Check BoxGood headlines on blog posts
Good headlines go a long way. Make sure the headlines are well written and draw users in.
Check BoxAmount of content versus ads
Since the implementation of Panda, the amount of ad-space on a page has become important to evaluate.
Make sure there is significant unique content above the fold.
If you have more ads than unique content, you are probably going to have a problem.
Additional reading:
How to Write Magnetic Headlines
SEO Copywriting Tips for Improved Link Building
The Ultimate Blogger Writing Guide
Tips to Earn Links and Tweets to Your Blog Post
Duplicate content
Check BoxThere should be one URL for each piece of content
Do URLs include parameters or tracking code? This will result in multiple URLs for a piece of content.
Does the same content reside on completely different URLs? This is often due to products/content being replicated across different categories.
Pro Tip:
Exclude common parameters, such as those used to designate tracking code, in Google Webmaster Tools. Read more at
Search Engine Land.
Check BoxDo a search to check for duplicate content
Take a content snippet, put it in quotes and search for it.
Does the content show up elsewhere on the domain?
Has it been scraped? If the content has been scraped, you should file a content removal request with Google.
Check BoxSub-domain duplicate content
Does the same content exist on different sub-domains?
Check BoxCheck for a secure version of the site
Does the content exist on a secure version of the site?
Check BoxCheck other sites owned by the company
Is the content replicated on other domains owned by the company?
Check BoxCheck for “print” pages
If there are “printer friendly” versions of pages, they may be causing duplicate content.
Site architecture and internal linking
Check BoxNumber of links on a page
100-200 is a good target, but not a rule.
Check BoxVertical linking structures are in place
Homepage links to category pages.
Category pages link to sub-category and product pages as appropriate.
Product pages link to relevant category pages.
Check BoxHorizontal linking structures are in place
Category pages link to other relevant category pages.
Product pages link to other relevant product pages.
Check BoxLinks are in content
Does not utilize massive blocks of links stuck in the content to do internal linking.
Check BoxFooter links
Does not use a block of footer links instead of proper navigation.
Does not link to landing pages with optimized anchors.
Check BoxGood internal anchor text

Check BoxCheck for broken links
Link Checker and Xenu are good tools for this.
Additional reading:
Importance of Internal Linking
Internal Linking Tactics
Using Anchor Links to Make Google Ignore The First Link
Successful Site Architecture for SEO
The SEO Guide to Site Architecture
Information Architecture and Faceted Navigation
Technical issues
Check BoxProper use of 301s
Are 301s being used for all redirects?
If the root is being directed to a landing page, are they using a 301 instead of a 302?
Use Live HTTP Headers Firefox plugin to check 301s.
Check Box”Bad” redirects are avoided
These include 302s, 307s, meta refresh, and JavaScript redirects as they pass little to no value.
These redirects can easily be identified with a tool like Screaming Frog.
Check BoxRedirects point directly to the final URL and do not leverage redirect chains
Redirect chains significantly diminish the amount of link equity associated with the final URL.
Google has said that they will stop following a redirect chain after several redirects.
Check BoxUse of JavaScript
Is content being served in JavaScript?
Are links being served in JavaScript? Is this to do PR sculpting or is it accidental?
Check BoxUse of iFrames
Is content being pulled in via iFrames?
Check BoxUse of Flash
Is the entire site done in Flash, or is Flash used sparingly in a way that doesn’t hinder crawling?
Check BoxCheck for errors in Google Webmaster Tools
Google WMT will give you a good list of technical problems that they are encountering on your site (such as: 4xx and 5xx errors, inaccessible pages in the XML sitemap, and soft 404s)
Check BoxXML Sitemaps
Are XML sitemaps in place?
Are XML sitemaps covering for poor site architecture?
Are XML sitemaps structured to show indexation problems?
Do the sitemaps follow proper XML protocols?
Check BoxCanonical version of the site established through 301s

Check BoxCanonical version of site is specified in Google Webmaster Tools

Check BoxRel canonical link tag is properly implemented across the site
Make sure it points to the correct page, and every page doesn’t point to the homepage.
Check BoxUses absolute URLs instead of relative URLs
This can cause a lot of problems if you have a root domain with secure sections.
Site speed
Check Box

Review page load time for key pages

Is it significant for users or search engines?
Check BoxMake sure compression is enabled
Gzip Test
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Enable caching

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Optimize your images for the web
Google’s guide to optimizing your images
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Minify your CSS/JS/HTML

Check BoxUse a good, fast host
Consider using a CDN for your images.
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Optimize your images for the web
Google’s guide to optimizing your images
Additional reading:
Google Page Speed Insights
Best Practices for Page Speed

Mobile
Check BoxReview the mobile experience
Is there a mobile site set up?
If there is, is it a mobile site, responsive design, or dynamic serving?
Check Box

Make sure analytics are set up if separate mobile content exists

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If dynamic serving is being used, make sure the Vary HTTP header is being used

This helps alert search engines understand that the content is different for mobile users.
Google on dynamic serving.
Check BoxReview how the mobile experience matches up with the intent of mobile visitors
Do your mobile visitors have a different intent than desktop based visitors?
Check BoxEnsure faulty mobile redirects do not exist
If your site redirects mobile visitors away from their intended URL (typically to the homepage), you’re likely going to run into issues impacting your mobile organic performance.
Check BoxEnsure that the relationship between the mobile site and desktop site is established with proper markup
If a mobile site (m.) exists, does the desktop equivalent URL point to the mobile version with rel=”alternate”?
Does the mobile version canonical to the desktop version?
Official documentation.
International
Check BoxReview international versions indicated in the URL
ex: site.com/uk/ or uk.site.com
Check BoxEnable country based targeting in webmaster tools
If the site is targeted to one specific country, is this specified in webmaster tools?
If the site has international sections, are they targeted in webmaster tools?
Check BoxImplement hreflang / rel alternate if relevant
Documentation
Check BoxIf there are multiple versions of a site in the same language (such as /us/ and /uk/, both in English), update the copy been updated so that they are both unique

Check BoxMake sure the currency reflects the country targeted

Check BoxEnsure the URL structure is in the native language
Try to avoid having all URLs in the default language
Analytics
Check BoxAnalytics tracking code is on every page
You can check this using the “custom” filter in a Screaming Frog Crawl or by looking for self referrals.
Are there pages that should be blocked?
Check BoxThere is only one instance of a GA property on a page
Having the same Google Analytics property will create problems with pageview-related metrics such as inflating page views and pages per visit and reducing the bounce rate.
It is OK to have multiple GA properties listed, this won’t cause a problem.
Check BoxAnalytics is properly tracking and capturing internal searches

Check BoxDemographics tracking is set up
Check BoxAdwords and Adsense are properly linked if you are using these platforms
Instructions for linking AdWords
Instructions for linking AdSense
Check BoxInternal IP addresses are excluded
Official documentation
Check BoxUTM Campaign Parameters are used for other marketing efforts
Google URL Builder
Check BoxMeta refresh and JavaScript redirects are avoided
These can artificially lower bounce rates.
Check BoxEvent tracking is set up for key user interactions
Event Tracking Documentation
This audit covers the main technical elements of a site and should help you uncover any issues that are holding a site back. As with any project, the deliverable is critical. I’ve found focusing on the solution and impact (business case) is the best approach for site audit reports. While it is important to outline the problems, too much detail here can take away from the recommendations. If you’re looking for more resources on site audits, I recommend the following:

Helpful tools for doing a site audit:
Annie Cushing’s Site Audit
Web Developer Toolbar
User Agent Add-on
Firebug
Link Checker
SEObook Toolbar
MozBar (Moz’s SEO toolbar)
Xenu
Screaming Frog
Your own scraper
Inflow’s technical mobile best practices

Sign up for The Moz Top 10, a semimonthly mailer updating you on the top ten hottest pieces of SEO news, tips, and rad links uncovered by the Moz team. Think of it as your exclusive digest of stuff you don’t have time to hunt down but want to read!

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Technical Website Audit Checklist for 2015 page posted “By Mike Armstrong”

Looking for a new low cost Customer Marketing & Appointment Management App for Restaurants for 2015

Hi Business Owners,

If you are a Restaurant Owners or Cafe, Bar or Coffee Shop owner with a regular customer base, and you want to regularly update your customers with information and offers about your business as well as manage appointments, then why not consider one of our new industry leading, feature packed but easy to use Restaurant app?

Unique features of the Restaurant App:

The Restaurant app will allow you to:
Manage appointments,
Send offers and other marketing info to your customers for free via push notifications,
Send offers and other marketing info via low cost SMS messages,
Create & manage Referral Schemes,
Create & manage Loyalty Schemes,
Manage appointments & Customer Contact via your app,
Display Gallery pictures via your app.

All of these functions can be managed by the Restaurant Owner or marketing manager via a very easy to use control panel / back office!

Restaurant App Compatibility

Need it to be iPhone compatible – we’ll build your app for iPhones,
Need it to be Android compatible – we’ll build your app for Androids,
Or you can have both!

Additional Restaurant App Design Service

We also offer a Professional Design Service & Expert graphic design service as part of the app build process!

What the new innovative Restaurant App costs!

The Set Up Fee for the Dentists App is just £199 + VAT.

The monthly cost of the App is £29 per month if billed annually or £39 per month on monthly billing and there is no contract involved with the app.

How to get in touch or for more info about the new Restaurant app for your Restaurant:

If you would like a new Restaurant app for your business or require more info please email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com or call: 07517 024979 .

The looking for a new low cost Customer Marketing & Appointment Management App for Restaurants for 2015 page was posted “By Mike Armstrong”

Special SME Web Marketing Package for Christmas…

Welcome to the new special offer web marketing package for SME’s for Christmas!

This special SME Web Marketing Package is available from now up until 31/12/14.

6 Months Web Marketing for £200 per month.

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That’s a total of just £1,200 (or you can buy the package for just £1,000 if paid for upfront in one payment!).

The Special SME Web Marketing package for Christmas would consist of:
6 Months of Local SEO services;
6 Months of Social Media Management;
& 6 Months of Advertising via the MA Consultancy & WelshBiz Websites, Blogs & Network of Social Media Accounts with over 200,000 followers.

To subscribe to the special SME Web Marketing package or to discuss your web marketing requirements further please call: 07517 024979 or email: maconsultancy1@gmail.com .

You might also like these other Christmas Marketing Offers.

The Special SME Web Marketing Package for Christmas page was written “By Mike Armstrong”