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Hello Los Cabos!

by on April 4, 2012

The World Wide Web has come a long way since I first opened my shutters here in 2004. It used to be sufficient to have a website which gave basic information about your business — what you sell or promote, hours of business, where to find you.

Now, people expect content-rich sites that offer two-way communication: blogs containing frequent updates with eyepopping photos or informative video, useful (often free) information provided by the expert (you), and an opportunity to “talk back” by way of user comments and then “share” the information by means of a dizzying and constantly changing array of social media networks.

But what business owner has time to keep up with it all AND fulfill all other routine obligatory activities?

No one, that’s who!

If you want to get together and see what can be done about promoting your business the way it’s done today, give hopemedia a call. It’s cliche, but true that “A Journey of a 1,000 miles begins with 1 step.”