“A picture is worth a thousand words.” This phrase has been drilled into our heads since we were kids — what significance does it have in our everyday lives as marketing and advertising professionals?
There’s no question that your home page is the most important page on your website. It’s incredibly important for converting visitors into customers and it’s also deathly important to your SEO.
If you’re looking for a fast way to get targeted visitors to your site, Facebook Advertising might be of interest to you. Now, as the name suggests, Facebook Advertising does work on a ‘pay-to-play’ basis.
Trying to find the optimal times and days for your social media posts can be a difficult challenge. It requires months of testing. You have to make an effort to post at different times each day for each social media account, while tediously recording your results.
Local SEO works a little differently than the mainstream version. It uses some ranking factors that simply don’t show up in ordinary SEO, and some techniques are different too. That makes sense, since the buyer journey is often very different too.
You may have heard it — that Google Analytics ruined marketing. “Really?” you’re thinking. “But I use GA every day to check metrics, KPIs, and growth!”
It’s not just a word that applies to different countries and ethnicities. Yet, this is how we commonly think about culture, as some sort of invisible style of thinking that permeates a specific group of people.
It’s no secret. Higher conversion rates translate into bigger profits. You’re catching the attention of the right people using the right tactics. You’ve figured out how to best speak to your audience – and that’s no easy feat.
Visual content like infographics, image-rich social media posts, and even videos can boost your brand to amazing heights. Just look at Dollar Shave Club’s famous video or MailChimp’s Resource Section if you don’t believe me.