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 rketMa Your Website is a Reflection of Your Vision For Your Business



July 3, 2011

Every morning I log into the Child Care Business Owner twitter page to reply to tweets and interact with other childcare business owners. Recently, there was one childcare business that really caught my attention while following on twitter. The name of the daycare is, Sugar Plum Daycare. Sugar Plum daycare is a licensed home childcare serving ages newborn to age 11.

I was quite impressed with the business because it is a newly licensed home daycare with a website that has a corporate design. In fact, when I logged onto the website last week, I assumed that the daycare was a corporate childcare chain or a large childcare center. However, as I read the entire "about us page", that's when I discovered that Sugar Plum was a home daycare.

As a former home daycare provider, I believe that we should treat our businesses as if it is a corporate business. Moreover, the size of the business doesn't matter, however, what's important is the size of the vision inside of you. Furthermore, your vision will shine through all that you do, including...your website. 

It's time to let your vision shine through your website. For inspiration, visit Sugar Plum's Daycare website!  After visiting Sugar Plum's daycare website, I inspire you to take a look at your website or blog and be sure that your website represents the vision on the inside of you.

July Blog Post

Through out the month of July, the blog post on the Child Care Business Owner blog will be all about building a Quality Infant/toddler program. To assure that you do not miss this any of the blog post, s ,    imply subscribe to the Child Care Business owner blog or follow the post on Facebook and/or Twitter

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Have you worked really hard building an infant/Toddler program? I would like to feature your program on the Child Care Business Owner Blog. Feature your Infant/Toddler Program.

Have  a Safe and Enjoyable Summer
Shiketa Morgan
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Without a real Web site, you lose your ability to:

  • Differentiate yourself
  • Create authority and street cred with customers and within your industry
  • Spread ideas
  • Get social
  • Take advantage of Universal Search’s ranking power
  • Benefit from the engines bias to show local results
  • Share your company story and information
  • House your own community
  • Save costs by answering frequently asked questions
  • Target your specific neighborhood (defined by zip code, points of interest, ideas, etc)
  • Build an email list.

~ Outspoken media

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