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Mistakes are a part of life. It’s a fact. Like that time I got dressed in the dark and went to work with one blue sock and one black sock. Yep, mistake. They happen, but they don’t need to be a part of your website redesign experience. Especially SEO
What social media entity is owned by Facebook, has 500 million monthly users, and is considered to be the single most important social network among American teenagers? If you said Instagram, you’re right. Instagram drives 58 times more engagement per follower than Facebook and 120 times more than Twitter.
If you are on snapchat, one of the biggest hurdles has been increasing your number of followers. Sure once you get the app, you add people that are in your address book. That ‘s great if you have thousands of contacts in our address book but the truth is that most of don’ t.
So how do you find new and interesting people to follow on Snapchat? The answer
What if you could add 5, 10, 20, or more marketing reps to your company for little to no cost? Interested?
What if these reps would sing your praises, spread the word, and fight your battles for you and all they hope for in return is some recognition?
Snapchat? But isn’t that for…? Well, we know what you thought Snapchat was for. At it’s heart Snapchat is a photo/video sharing app. With over 200 million monthly active users, it can be used to send both public and private messages, called snaps, including pictures, videos, drawings, emojis, and
“A Carpenter Is Only As Good As His Tools” and the same holds true for social media professionals. While there are many tools that make social management successful for my clients, Hootsuite, Tweetdeck and Google Analytics are my 3 must haves.
Hootsuite almost encompasses everything you need with it’s
The success of your e-mail marketing and advertising campaign is often based on a set of complex elements. Nonetheless, several these problems could be proactively managed to make certain an optimized response. When creating your next email campaign, think about the following guidelines to take your email marketing campaigns
This is the third blog post in my Google AdWords series. My first blog post focused on planning your campaign, and the second on choosing keywords. This post will discuss best practices for landing page selection.
Your ad copy may be good enough to inspire a lead to click on it, but what
This is the second blog post in my Google AdWords series. My first blog post focused on planning your campaign strategy. This post will explore keyword development a little deeper and provide some ideas on how to create your keyword list.
Keywords and landing page selection go hand-in-hand: together, they determine your ad