Have you ever wanted to do something marketing-wise but you didn’t quite know where to start? Or something isn’t working with your website, email or social media and you just can’t figure it out? It happens to the best of us, we love reminding clients that we have the internet to lean on in those occasions. There is a wealth of information at our fingertips via Google and YouTube, and all you need to do is search for it!

At WMT, we have an internal saying – #GoogleThatShit.

Common Q/A with our team includes:

Q: “How’d you get that social media image to do ____?” or “How did you get your ___ to do ____?”
A: “I “GoogledThatShit”

We love encouraging our clients to learn how to do simple web updates or social media designs if/when they can. Even if they find they don’t have a knack for it or they would rather not deal with it, at least they have a better understanding of what’s going on behind the scenes. Sometimes a question can be answered or taught with a quick Google Search.

The Web Marketing Therapy Team stands behind the saying “the only constant is change” and education is they key to success. When tackling something new or unfamiliar, one of your greatest assets is Google and YouTube. Since all digital marketing platforms evolve every year (some platforms/programs change every month) we are continually learning to keep up to support our awesome clients. Even with years of knowledge in the field, you can’t possibly know everything. Things evolve too quickly for you to stay stagnant and not progress your knowledge, even in areas you find yourself an expert in. It will only hinder you and outdate your skills. Learning something new is good for you, your business, and everyone else around you.

We’re extremely lucky that we live in a time that we’re all able to have access to a wealth of knowledge and knowledgeable people. It’s like a library right in your computer and/or phone. If you don’t know where you’re going, Googling it will help lead you down the right path.

And if you’re still confused and struggling with what you’re trying to learn, our CEO Lorrie Ross Thomas has a saying that might ring true to you: “Do what you do best, let others do the rest.”

We are always here to support you, train or tackle anything for you, so don’t hesitate to reach out!