Author Archives: Megan Totka

About Megan Totka

Megan Totka is the Chief Editor for ChamberofCommerce.com. She specializes on the topic of small business tips and resources. Chamber of Commerce helps small businesses grow their business on the web and facilitates connectivity between local businesses and more than 7,000 Chambers of Commerce worldwide.
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How smart is your small business website?

Article written by Megan Totka, Chief Editor of ChamberofCommerce.com Whether we’re talking about our small businesses or ourselves, so much of our existence online is about appearances – how we present ourselves, what we post and where we decide to post it. These seemingly simple decisions ultimately frame us to our friends, colleagues, and customers on the Web. Keeping up appearances online is as simple as it is challenging, as … Read more

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Is Your Business Site Lacking Personality?

Article written by Megan Totka, Chief Editor for ChamberofCommerce.com Someone once said that personality goes a long way. This is especially true for those of us in the business world. Our personalities shape our companies as we come in contact with so many fresh faces. It may be a stretch to say that our personality makes or breaks our business, but it certainly plays a big role in reaching out … Read more

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How to Encourage Activity from Your Visitors

Guest post by Megan Totka, chief editor for ChamberofCommerce.com When we talk about small businesses, plenty of images pop into our heads. Suits and ties, lots of shaking hands and crowds of busy mouths chatting it up and making deals. We think of the community that small businesses represent and the millions that they serve. In short, we often think of people. The reality of most SMBs is often a … Read more

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3 Simple Steps for a Stronger Site

Guest post by Megan Totka, chief editor for ChamberofCommerce.com Let’s face it; most of us have a problem with paying attention. On average, the adult attention span for a single, given task is somewhere around twenty minutes. The Internet represents an entirely different story. As the average user has the attention span of nine seconds on any given site, it’s clear that we must capture the attention of our traffic … Read more

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Less is More: Improving Your Small Business Site

Guest post by Megan Totka, chief editor for ChamberofCommerce.com Small businesses operate in a world of “more” versus “less.” They want more time to get work done and fewer roadblocks in their way. They strive for more employees and staff to help boost productivity, meanwhile hoping for less economic uncertainty. It’s easy for small businesses to become obsessed with their hunger for “more.” Unfortunately, more is not synonymous with better. … Read more

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