The Top 10 Mistakes Economic Development Organizations Make On Their Websites

Posted on August 8, 2018 by Sandy Sponaugle and filed under Economic Development, Websites.

Is your website getting you more leads and expansions? Or is it COSTING you leads and expansions? Unfortunately, many EDOs are making a lot of common mistakes on their websites that ultimately cost them business. So we’ve put together a list of the most common mistakes to avoid on your EDO website (and what to …

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How to Get More Leads From Your EDO Website

Posted on August 1, 2018 by Sandy Sponaugle and filed under Economic Development, Websites.

It can be easy to think of your Economic Development Organization as a government organization versus a business. However, this can stop you from proactively looking for new business and customers. So you can miss key opportunities for getting new leads. One of these key opportunities is right there on the homepage of your website! …

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Top 5 EDO Website Non-Negotiables

Posted on July 25, 2018 by Sandy Sponaugle and filed under Economic Development, Websites.

Today, I’ve got a gift for you! Have you ever wondered if you might be losing prospects and customers due to an outdated website? What are the most important updates you should make? We’re making it super easy for you to make the necessary website updates with our new guide, “The 5 EDO Website Non-Negotiables”… …

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My obsession with kale, canning veggies and making jams

Posted on July 18, 2018 by Sandy Sponaugle and filed under Blog.

Summer is in full swing! And at the Sponaugle house, our garden is in full bloom. We’ve got kale, tomatoes, zucchini and more… Just check out the drone video my 17-year-old daughter Tabitha made. 🙂 Tabitha starts the garden by potting seeds in our home, which she nurtures until it’s time to plant them in …

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You’re talking – but can they hear you?

Posted on July 3, 2018 by Sandy Sponaugle and filed under Communications, Public Relations, Strategic Communication.

Different words and ways of speaking will resonate with different target audiences. You can talk in emojis and abbreviated words to millennials… But communicating in casual lingo to a seasoned CEO won’t resonate! Now, some people get hung up on this and worry about alienating other people in their audience by focusing on just one …

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