(Warning: David has made the decision not to proof read his blog posts. Expect spelling and grammatical errors. we don't condone this, but it's better than not blogging at all!) Companies still don't understand how email marketing works, and how to
If your business currently has active PPC campaigns, using anyone of these tips will have a positive impact on your bottom line. If you implemented them all, your will have a major leg up on your competition. Most people don’t
A simple fact about most websites and marketing materials is that skip over the single most important element of the equation. "The Message" Messages can make or break a marketing campaign. This blog post will be focusing on how to improve the
A mountain of content you didn't know existed lies sleeping inside your company, and you don't necessarily need a consultant to help you unlock it. If you can discover how to use it, you will be at a huge advantage
If you weren’t already in the game of figuring out what your target market is thinking about next, its time to get started. Google is starting to let the world know about something we at InBusiness, Inc. assumed was coming
Gone are the days when you had to pay websites to advertise your brand, or worse, stand in really long queues to book yourself an ad of your company or brand on the local newspaper. We now live in the age of free advertising. The internet is an open market where you get to advertise, buy and sell. Social media advertising has gained momentum and with almost quarter of the planet hooked with social networking, you are bound to be noticed. Advances in niche targeting and segmentation have increased the potence of social advertising to an excess of $10 Billion by 2013.
"Command & Control" is the strategy that every major corporation lived by before search engines and social media. Media advertising was louder than an individual, complaining consumer, so companies didn’t need to listen to individual complaints unless it was affecting their ability to sell to new customers--which it wasn’t. Now it does. Command & Control is only effective if a company's target market cannot connect directly amongst itself and have a conversation. Online reviews and social media have made it way too easy to get third party information about any business. Thus Command & Control’s core model falls apart.
The online marketing tactics list is so long and rich, that you find it quite frustrating continuously implementing these strategies and still having no good results. Certainly every marketer wants a top place in Google’s search results page- but for that you need to invest a lot of money, be able to choose the best search engine optimization team and of course continuously innovating because competition never sleeps. If you want to give up this heavy fight and go on a battlefield that is less crowded but much more efficient, than it is time for social local search tactics. 300 207
Getting someone to purchase something from your company’s website or getting them to take action and fill out your request for consultation form requires a visitor to makes dozens of subtle and subliminal decisions. Many phenomenal books have been written