We pretty much use hashtags every time we want to post something on social media in order to make our content more discoverable. We also use it to search for content and engage with others. But how did hashtags start, why do we need them and are they used the same way across all social platforms?
Employees are one of the most untapped resources that marketers have today, and many companies are nowhere near realizing their full potential. According to Pew Research Center, an average individual has around 200 friends on Facebook. This being said, if 50 employees shared company-related content with their 200 friends, that’s 10,000 people. Do we have your attention yet? This is what employee advocacy is all about, and once applied correctly, it can offer a myriad of opportunities for companies.
Building a PPC campaign requires several steps that go from choosing the right keywords to designing your ad and writing the correct sentences to target your audience. All this is done to lead people that clicked on your ad to your landing page.
Therefore, when it comes to building a landing page, design is everything. You have 5 seconds or less to impress and engage your visitor before they leave. So, it should be clear to potential leads what you are selling from the moment they get to the page.
An online presence is an extremely important tool for growing your company. Your website, blog, and Facebook ads are just a few marketing tools that have the potential to drive business growth and profits. However, all the technology in the world won’t help you if you fail to understand your online targets.
Times are changing and customers are evolving. A new product or startup could be entering into a blooming, buzzing and confusing world of competition and even if it has great potential, it may not make it to the market or may barely break even, if not marketed correctly. The traditional ways of marketing cost too much and don’t help you build your brand in the mind of the super-connected modern consumer.
Visitors not converting? Here’s why:
In online marketing, conversion optimization, or conversion rate optimization (CRO) is a way of increasing the number of visitors to a website that convert into customers, or more generally, take any desired action on a webpage.
Whether you want to increase downloads, sign ups, add-to-carts… CRO can be used to improve any metric on your website that’s important to your business.
SEO or search engine optimization refers to the work you can do to make your website easier for people to find online.
When someone types in certain words or phrase into a search engine we call them keywords or key phrases and they get back a long list of result.