You can have a Facebook page, a Twitter account, and even a LinkedIn business profile, but there’s no point in running a social media campaign if it’s not designed to drive leads to your business. Learn more in the eBook.Download now!
Here is a comparative study of five shopping websites, to highlight the key factors that make them stand out in the e-commerce race. Read to find out how they make their online store generate better conversions.
Just like with building a website; no one will find it without the proper marketing. If you research and design the best infographic, but have no way of marketing it to the public more often than not it will fail.
Jennifer Lawrence is more than just a pretty face: her ability to market herself has contributed to her success in the theaters and with landing larger roles in movies. Learn what Jennifer Lawrence can teach you when it comes to marketing your business.
You may think it's a great idea for your business to jump on the Instagram bandwagon but aren't really sure what to be taking pictures of or what to be sharing? It's really dependent on what type of company and/or industry you're in. Here's 5 things to think about when developing content.
Pinterest has marched onto the social media scene in a big way. In January of 2012 Pinterest became the fastest company ever to reach 10 million unique users in one month with 11.7 million site visitors. Just three years after it was founded, Pinterest already has over 70 million users.
Don’t assume that your people will instantly know what you’re trying to achieve by introducing employee advocacy into their sheltered lives. It’s particularly unhelpful for them to learn that your vision for the program goes no further than reversing the ban on social media at work.
A lot of behaviour theory is built on the assumption that we’ve learned all of the most important things as children. This acceptance of a pre-programmed way of thinking can cause us to make and repeat mistakes. Isn’t it time we start thinking again, in a different way?
Email is an incredibly powerful marketing channel. Email marketing is 40 times more effective at attracting new business than Facebook and Twitter combined. This statistic may strike you as surprising—considering all the industry hullabaloo surrounding social media.
Email marketing has grown progressively more popular as a powerful tool for businesses around the globe, and it is being talked about everywhere – from across the internet to corporate boardrooms and from company meetings to marketing strategy seminars and conferences.