Every business has different expectations for their social media campaigns. Some businesses want to better communicate with their existing customers. Some businesses want to reach out to new customers and expand their marketing. No matter how you want to use social media for your business, having the proper expectations set from the beginning is most important. Continue reading
There are thousands of active social media sites on the Internet today. Some, such as Facebook and Twitter, are made for general audiences, while others, such as Last.fm and Trulia, are tailored for specific interest groups.
Ask 10 companies who they are speaking to with their social media campaigns and you’re sure to receive 10 different answers. Every company has not only a different client base, but also a different target social media audience.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of social media websites that your customers may be using to connect with friends, family, and businesses. However, we find that most businesses usually only one or two social media websites to connect with their customers and promote their business.
Having trouble thinking of posts to use on your business Facebook page? Here are 5 Facebook post ideas businesses can use to engage their audience and start conversations.
Every business website has a goal of some kind. Whether it be making a purchase, filling out a form, or reading the company history, every business website wants visitors to do something.
But how do you set the goal for your business website?
It’s no secret that mobile website usage is growing insanely fast. As more businesses create mobile websites to offer a better user experience to those on mobile devices, there are a few items that all successful mobile websites must have.
Sometimes SEO fails to improve website traffic. But how can something so straightforward fail to produce results? We’ll look at three possible ways your SEO can fail and ways to fix them.
Email marketing allows you to quickly and easily reach your subscriber audience with important updates and information, and with current email tools you can now send hundreds or thousands of emails with only a few clicks.
Learn the difference between SEO and PPC and how they impact your business online.
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It may sound odd, but I like to open my blogging and social media discussions with an SEO question.
I’ll ask “Who thinks Blogging is important?” and typically see a few hands raised. I then ask “Who thinks SEO is important?” and usually all hands go up.
Businesses know SEO is important, but don’t yet know blogging is one of the best ways to improve SEO performance.
Keep reading to learn more about why blogging impacts SEO.