If you’ve ever screamed, “QuickBooks sucks,” you’re far from alone. Here’s a look at what’s wrong with QuickBooks and why everyone still uses it anyway.
If you use or have checked out QuickBooks self-employed, you’ve probably seen the taxes tab. It shows your annual profit, the taxes you’re projected to owe, your quarterly estimated tax payments, and even a Schedule C. Is that everything you need?
Do you work for yourself and need health insurance? It may be easier than you think.
Do you want clients to feel safe sending information through your website? Do you want to boost your search rankings? If so, you need to get an HTTPS website as soon as possible.
Whether or not they successfully follow it, most professionals have at least heard the message of not allowing their online writing to read like a journal article or to be filled with jargon. Subjectively good writing is only half the equation, though. If you want your online content to draw new clients to your firm by increasing your search engine rankings, you also need to understand the technical aspects of content marketing and the science behind SEO writing.
Thousands of law firms, accounting firms, and other professionals use WordPress websites. The platform is simple, customizable, cost-efficient, and widely used. Here are the details and how to get started.
Outbound links are an important part of SEO. However, the strategy for a professional service provider is different from a traditional blog. Instead of trying to load up on citations and other outside resources, you’re demonstrating that you have the knowledge yourself. With that in mind, here are the things you should consider when adding outbound links to your blog.
Simply having a website is a good start. You’re finding more clients than you would have without a website. But are you ranking well in search results? Are you converting a solid percentage of prospective clients into actual clients? Are people who contact you well-informed about what you do and what services they need?