Join Gatewood, Alena7 and Maxwell on July 10th as they discuss whether your website has fallen out of favor with Google.
If you’ve ever thought to yourself, or said out loud, “I want my website to come up on Google,” then you are not alone. If you’ve ever wondered why it doesn’t come up on Google, it could be because you are not keeping with what it takes to stay on Google.
This spring Google announce that it would favor sending traffic to websites that are mobile-friendly. If your website is not easily readable on smartphones and tablets, Google just might kick you to the curb (if it hasn’t already.)
While that’s not the only criteria that keeps you in Google’s favor, it’s pretty big one. It’s also a big one for your company since 30% of your website’s total traffic may be coming from Google.
Take this test to see if your website is mobile-friendly.
During a Special Edition show on June 19th, Gatewood discussed the horrific massacre of innocent church-goers by a racist murderer in Charleston, SC.
Among the victims was Gatewood’s classmate, Myra Thompson (Livingstone College), as well as fraternity brother, Daniel Simmons (Phi Beta Sigma).
Several callers chimed in to speak their minds including special guest, Minister Curtis Gatewood.
Gatewood opened the show with a perspective on how media has been used historically to incite violence. (Below)
To hear full show, click here!
Tune in Monday, June 22 at 10:30 am as MPI-NY host Dennis Shipman addresses the topic of economic inequality in America. The episode will conclude a 5 part series on the subject, covering the historic, cultural, racial and economic dimensions of income inequality. Note: The June 15 edition of the show has been cancelled, as Dennis is unavailable.
Recent pertinent documentaries such as 740 Park Avenue and Inequality for All are referenced in the discussion. The show will explain what solutions are possible to reduce or eliminate such inequality, given the dynamics behind its rise and expansion.
This is a program you don’t want to miss, so set your calendar and tune in for an exciting show. Can’t catch the live show? A podcast will be available immediately after the live show airs!
On Friday, May 22nd MPI-DC welcomed Tiffany Boyle to discuss the DC launch of her new business magazine, Emerge the Magazine.
The following week, on Friday May 29th, Ms. Boyle will be hosting a grand kick-off celebration for the magazine at the City Club of Washington DC. The Marketing Pulpit is a proud sponsor of the event.
For more information about the magazine and the event, please visit www.emergethemagazine.com or call 773.377.5792.
ARE YOU READY TO… Influence your sphere and impact the world? Identify your Mountain of Dominance? Attract more social media visibility & attention? Gain new prospects & attract your ideal clients? Increase your income & bank earnings? Are you ready for these things and more?
If not, then Dr. Yolanda Powell is just what the doctor ordered. On Friday May 22nd the MPI-DC team welcomed the good Dr. Powell as she discussed PowerSpeak LIVE and her event on May 30th. For more information or to register, click here.
Join Sharon Tuesday, May 12, 2015, at 10:30AM (EST), as she discusses “Effective Leadership: Building Your Team”. Her co-hosts Therapist Ira Lake and Consultant, Anthony Herring explore the questions: Is it possible to have a highly motivated, high-morale team? Is it possible to increase positivity in the workplace? What are the key components in building a healthy productive team? Are management objectives necessary for building your leadership team? TUNE IN by calling (215) 383-3872.
Join Sharon and the other MPI Hosts as she moderates MPI’s latest marketing tool, the 1st Monday Marketing Pipeline, Monday, May 4, 2015, at 8:00PM (EST). Our guests will discuss, “Baltimore In Retrospect: Lessons Learned”.
To participate in the call, dial 605-475-4000 and enter Pin 560041 then press #. From the comfort of your home, interact with the MPI hosts as well as other business owners. The 1st Monday Pipeline will flow on the first Monday of each month. Callers get a chance to introduce themselves, interact with the MPI hosts from around the country, hear guest speaker, and pose questions afterwards.
Join Sharon Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 10:30AM (EST), as she interviews her guest, Dr. Florita Bell Griffin. Dr. Bell-Griffin is the Creative Director of ARC Communications, LLC, a visual arts communications and publishing company. She is the author of The Little Flower Vignettes – Story Behind The Story, and producer of Florita Bell Griffin’s Little Flower International Cultural Art Project. You will be inspired by her story and dynamic approach to addressing issues among our youth. TUNE IN by calling (215) 383-3872.
During a Special Edition show on May 1st, the crew of Gatewood, Alena7, and Maxwell focused on systemic causes-and-effects of lack opportunities in the community.
Several callers chimed in following the unrest in Baltimore, including Kitra Williams, founder of the Million Youth Peace March.
Gatewood opened the show with a powerful monologue, encapsulating what was on the minds of many.
Tune in to Marketing Pulpit DC at 10:30 am Friday May 1st as the team of welcomes songstress, actress, and playwright Kitra Williams.
Ms. Williams is the brainchild behind the nationally-known Million Youth Peace March, taking place on October 3rd 2015.
To find out more about Ms Williams and the march, please visit www.millionyouthpeacemarch.org.
Join Sharon Tuesday, April 28, 2015, at 10:30AM (EST), as she discusses “Effective Leadership: Why Leaders Fail” Part II. Her guests will be Kiesha Rivers-Shorty, CEO of The KARS Group, Consultant, Anthony Herring and Therapist Ira Lake. What are the reasons leaders fail? What are the tools and skills needed to increase effective leadership? TUNE IN by calling (215) 383-3872.
Tune in to the show on Friday April 24th and Thursday April 30th when the DC team is joined by inventor Angela Iheoma.
According to Angela, early detection could reduce the devastating effect of cervical cancer, a condition that disproportionately affects women of color.
Ms Iheoma has created a device that will allow women to be tested in their homes by a healthcare provider. She will eventually will be expanding into tele-mediciene which will allow women to take a picture of their own cervix and wirelessly send it to a provider to examine. This is however the first step and the support is needed to move it forward.
To find out more about Ms. Iheoma and her invention, visit www.womanhomeexambed.com.
Marketing Pulpit sponsor, Zari Technologies, offers Career Management Workshops Titled “Now What?” Last month’s workshop attracted attendees from over 70 miles away.
“The Workshop Exceeded my Expectations!”
“ I wish this course were given to me when I was a Freshman!”
Attend this workshop if you’d like to …
- Align passion with career
- Align education with career
- Understand employability gap
- Land dream career
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Marketing Pulpit’s Robert Gatewood is once again tackling a condition that’s crippling the business community.
This time he’s pulled out his test tubes and lab mice to figure out how businesses think they can succeed in business by hiding their contact information from the very people they want to give them money.
Tune in on Fridays at 10:30am for the latest marketing sermon. “Are You in Business or Incognito” is delivered below in classic Marketing Pulpit fashion below!