Logo Design Services

by Adam Morgan on January 30, 2015

Today I’m proud to announce that I have a logo design service. My good buddy Aaron Johnson, who runs AaronJohnsonVideos.com, was kind enough to make the following video which details our Bronze logo. (You can pick it up for only $39).

In addition to the Bronze logo service, I’ve got two more advanced services – Gold and Silver. To see everything that’s included in my logo services, click here:  http://succeedwithadam.com/logo-design-services.html




Using Twitter Chats for Your Business

by Adam Morgan on December 6, 2014

As a small business owner, you hear time and time again that you should be using social media to promote your business and connect with customers. Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest—there are so many different platforms for you to explore and get acquainted with.

Twitter is one of the giants of social media marketing, and there’s not much question as to why. With 255 million active users sending out over 500 million tweets per day, Twitter is a force to be reckoned with.

One unique way to use Twitter for your business is through Twitter chats. A Twitter chat is a public conversation that focuses around one specific hashtag. Because all members of the chat use the same hashtag, they’re able to view the conversation in real-time either through the Twitter search function or through 3rd-party apps like TweetChat or Twubs.

So how can you use Twitter chats to your best advantage as a small business owner? Here are a few tips that will get you going.

Find the right chats

Twitter chats exist for practically every topic imaginable. It might take some searching, but see if you can find a few chats that are applicable to the industry that you work in. There are many Twitter chat schedules available, so take some time to search around and see if you come across anything. Here’s a schedule from TweetReports to get you started.

Don’t just marry yourself to one Twitter chat, though. There are a lot of factors to determine whether a Twitter chat is right for you, so try out several and see if you like the community you find there. Which brings you to the next step…

Join the conversation

Nothing better than hopping right in! Find a few chats that interest you and then mark your calendar for the date and time. Remember that Twitter chats occur around the world, so make sure you know when they begin in your specific time zone.

Depending on the chat, you might be asked to introduce yourself at the beginning of the session and tell a little bit about what you do. Don’t be afraid to jump in and start meeting people; networking is half the reason you’re doing this!

As the chat progresses, stay involved by asking questions, responding to others, and using Twitter features like the “Retweet” and “Favorite” buttons to show your appreciation for the conversation. Everyone is usually quite friendly in these chats, and doing this will help you fit right in.

Follow up

Once you’ve attended your first Twitter chat, evaluate how it went. Did that specific chat seem valuable to your goals as a small business owner? Remember that value can mean a lot of things: important industry knowledge, networking opportunities, potential clients, and so forth. If you find a chat that you enjoyed, keep attending it. Whether it’s weekly or monthly, make an effort to show up and consistently participate. Twitter chat communities are often tight-knit, so it’s in your best interest to make yourself known.

To better stick with these communities, follow some of the users that you noticed were particularly active during a given chat. You might even consider making a Twitter list of members from a specific chat. That way you can organize them all into one place to easily keep track of and network with them.

Hold your own Twitter chat

Feeling good about your Twitter chat participation? Consider holding your own. If you can get it to catch on, a Twitter chat can be a huge boon to your small business. Think of all the exposure that a successful, informative chat will get you; those who participate will automatically start seeing you as a thought leader in the industry because you took the initiative to organize a discussion online.

If you’re interested in hosting your own Twitter chat, check out this guide from Social Media Examiner. It goes more into depth about how exactly Twitter chats work and how you can plan and execute your own.


With the wide variety of Twitter chats out there, chances are that you’ll be able to find a few that will help you further your goals as a small business owner. If you don’t get the hang of it right away, don’t give up! Attending the occasional Twitter chat can be invaluable to you as you market and network through social media. You just have to take the first step and give it a shot.


The SEO Afterlife

June 22, 2014

You have done good SEO for your website (like keyword research, keyword placement, link building, and social outreach) and a result of it, you have gotten ranked in the search engines. Now you can relax, sit back and enjoy your conversions, right? No, you cannot do that. The most important thing to understand about SEO […]

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9 Pinterest Boards That Every Entrepreneur Should Follow

May 8, 2014

As an entrepreneur, it’s likely that you already use Facebook, Twitter, and maybe even LinkedIn as a way to market your business. But have you thought about using Pinterest? It’s a powerful tool for bringing in traffic to websites and blogs, and studies have shown that consumers on Pinterest are more likely to purchase items […]

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Create An Avatar To Reach The Appropriate Audience For Your Site

April 27, 2014

In another episode of Q & and A with Adam Morgan, I tackle the following question: “When I blog I’m not sure who, if anyone, is reading it.  I blog because I’m told that it’s important to do, but it is very time-consuming, at least for me.  It’s like writing a talk for Sacrament Meeting […]

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How Should You Manage Your Time While Building Your Business?

April 23, 2014

I’ve decided to create two new categories today – time management and Q & A with Adam Morgan. One thing that I learned from Frank Kern, in his new book ‘Convert’, is that you need to show people that you care and that you listen to them. My readers often reach out to me via […]

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How To Segment Your Email List With AWeber

April 18, 2014

Recently I was listening to a training done by Matt Lloyd and I learned how to segment my email messages. I had heard of it before but had never actually tried it. It has doubled my open rates and clicks. I’ve enjoyed doing it so much that I’ve decided to write this post and teach you […]

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Cloaking Your Affiliate Links Is As Easy As 1, 2, 3

March 23, 2014

I’m serious when I say that link cloaking is as easy as 1, 2, 3. There are two ways to do this – with GoDaddy and Pretty Link lite WordPress plugin. If you already know why you should, then skip to the how-to portion of this post. Link cloaking is the process of hiding your […]

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How To Fail Like A Champ

March 20, 2014

Failure is a loaded word. It means to not perform. It means that you did not obtain that outcome that was expected or wanted. It means to flat out NOT do something. The problem with failure is how we perceive it. To us, failure can seem like a death. There is no second chance, no […]

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Traffic Generation For Serious Business Owners

March 12, 2014

Traffic generation is no longer about creating link farms, spamming, and auto-surfing. It has become a more sophisticated endeavor, one that goes all the way back to the Golden Rule: Treat others as you would like to be treated. This means not tricking people into going to pages, doing “black hat” SEO, keyword stuffing, or […]

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