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Blogging is becoming increasing popular for both entertainment and business. It’s also a great way to keep your website updated which helps with SEO. Below is a short guide on what you should be including in your posts.
Social media is one of the top ways to market your business. It produces almost double the marketing leads of trade shows, telemarketing, direct mail and PPC. According to adweek.com, 74% of brand marketers saw an increase in website traffic after investing 6 hours a day on social media. The increase in use of social media means that us business […]
It’s a known fact that you have very limited time to grab the attention of visitors to your website before they leave to look at the next listing in search results – a few seconds in fact! So how can you do that and ensure they don’t click off so soon? Here are 6 ways to […]
So what are SMART Goals? You may have heard of SMART Goals before, but in case you haven’t, here’s a brief explanation (skip this if you know what they are!):
I don’t need to tell you that browsing the net while on the go is going to overtake desktop browsing – stats show it will happen in 2014. Many of us use our mobile, iPad, Kindle etc. to access online information, make purchases and to simply check out someone’s website.
As a start-up or small business, it’s tempting to save your cash and go with free offers to design your flyers, stationery, advertisements etc.
If you’re using an email system like MailChimp, Infusionsoft or Constant Contact, they are strict about spam complaints to protect their reputation. If your emails are getting spam complaints (or marked as spam), they know about it and can insist that you remove contacts from your database.
Nobody has a concrete answer to exactly where social media is heading this year. But there are some hints and clues that we have picked up on as to what the future may look like. Here are some of social media’s biggest platforms, where they’re heading to and what trends to look out for this […]
People say that brands that are visually appealing, such as food and beverage businesses or companies in the fashion industry are the only way you can succeed on Instagram, one of the most popular social media platforms. I think they’re wrong. Not having a visually appealing brand doesn’t mean you can’t get involved with Instagram. There […]
Twitter has made a big change to the way tweets work: longer tweets are here! Last month, Twitter cut back on what types of content will use its 140-character limit. Now, media attachments (e.g. photos, videos, GIFs and polls), quoted Tweets and @names in replies are no longer counted against the 140 characters that make […]
In the past few months, Facebook has made a lot of changes. These include: News feed updates Control the ads you see Blocking ad blockers New video metrics Redesigned pages Custom audiences based on time on websites Updates to lead ads News feed updates Showing more personally informative stories Your news feed will now favour […]
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