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Dream On is a marketing consultant offering website development, print marketing and communication consulting for small businesses and entrepreneurs in Coffeyville, KS.

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Blog for Dream On Marketing and Consulting that hopes to help small businesses navigate the crazy marketing scene these days.  We aim to stretch your thinking and encourage you to try something new that might benefit your business


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Content is King

Lisa Kuehn

Content is King.  You have probably heard this saying along the way as you are working on your marketing, but what does it really mean?  Today we are going to dive a little deeper into Website Content. We could talk about social media content or ad content, but let’s narrow our focus just a bit and hone in on the why as much as the how of good Website Content. If you want to catch some tips about Facebook content, check out my Three ways to use Facebook for your business.

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Five Reasons Your Website Matters

Lisa Kuehn

If Siri and Google can’t find you, then I’m not sure you really exist.  Ok, maybe that is a little dramatic, but not too far off the mark. If I can’t find you, then it’s likely that your potential customers and target audience isn’t finding you either.  In today’s business world, there isn’t much else that can establish your business better than an effective website.  It amazes me that nearly half of small business owners are still running without this tool in their belt.  According to research done by Clutch, 46% of small businesses do not have a website for their business.  This is a staggering statistic considering the US census reported in 2013 that 74.4% of all households were using the internet.

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Embracing the Challenge, Lumps and All

Lisa Kuehn

It has been an amazing ride!  Two years ago this month, I submitted my resignation to my full-time, full benefits, 3 weeks + holidays off jobby-job and struck out on my own.  For sure it was scary, I don’t do failure well but starting my own gig has forced me to embrace it just a little more!

After 10+years in the workforce, working for someone else, I was sure I was ready to blaze my own trail.  And for the most part, I haven’t done too bad.  But occasionally I do falter and fall flat on my nose all for the sake of keeping it real.  For the over-achiever in me failure is a new thing, please realize I received one B in all of my college career, and that B definitely coincided with a semester that I ‘lost focus.’

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