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SEO is the process by which your website climbs up the rankings in the search engine, and refers to anything that helps your site appear on that first Google page. There are several strategies and techniques by which one can boost search rankings, but a solid social media presence is among the most important. The more robust your social media presence, the easier it will be for your potential customers to find you.
Did you know that marketers sent over 838 billion emails last year? According to Marketing Sherpa, 60% of marketers believe email marketing produces one of the best returns on investment. With all of the amazing statistics on the success of an email marketing strategy, businesses often times fail to implement a stellar e-marketing campaign for their very own company.
7 ways to make your corporate blog a success by avoiding mistakes that can cause you time and money. Blogging for business is an essential component of a well defined content marketing strategy and if executed correctly can become a marketing asset for any company.
Twitter is an awesome tool that can help you generate more followers, and bring in more clicks and eventual revenue for your business. Let’s take a look at what can really help your Twitter account out, getting more engagement and clicks!
Yesterday I got a call from a potential client, and from the moment they get on the phone you can feel his panic! The first thing that I hear is “We need 50,000 followers”, I paused for a moment and then replied, “why?” The response I got was all too common, “My biggest competitor has 45,000 and I want to beat them”.
Every smart marketer wants their brand to be relevant, memorable, inspiring and positive in the mind of their audience, ideal customer and online community. What many marketers don’t know is that the little things they are doing online every day could be hurting their brand more than helping.