Tips for outdoors companies to help them stand out from the competition.
Before I go out into the mountains to go exploring, I do A LOT of prep. I study maps. I read forums. I go on Facebook groups. I even dig through old government reports. I do this because, among other things, old government reports are the surprisingly interesting. But, I also going out into the … Continue reading How to Create Strategic Content
Ever since I've been online doing things with websites, I've been fascinated with analytics. I mean, how can you not be? You get a glimpse into who the people visiting your site are and you have access to everything from where in the world they are located to the resolution of the screen they're using. … Continue reading How To Use Analytics To Improve Your Content
Eagle-eyed readers of this blog have probably noticed that I’ve got a bit of a...let’s say thing for fishing. I mean, I’ve probably mentioned it in just about every post I’ve written (so far) and, it’s there’s a pretty good chance I’m out exploring a stretch of water right now. As a result of this… … Continue reading 6 common mistakes fishing lodges make with their websites (and how to fix them)
Can I tell you something? This is something I’ve never really shared with anyone before, so I’m a little nervous. And, to be honest, a little embarrassed. Okay…. Here goes… … I don’t have an email list. There. Whew. Man, it felt good to get that out there. While it’s not entirely true that I … Continue reading My Embarrassing Email Confession
Think of your favourite commercial. Not the one that made you laugh the hardest. Not the one that helped you learn about a new product. The one that makes you cry. Every. Single. Time. That’s the commercial I want you to think about. There was a commercial that aired a lot around here that had … Continue reading Your content should tell your story
Content can be a bit of a grind. You think of an idea. You do an outline and a bit of research. You sit down and write it. Then you promote it. And, by the time you’ve hit that last phase, it’s already time to start again with another new idea. Week in, week out … Continue reading Break Out of Your Content Rut