You don’t have to be a high tech company to get the web marketing lift that comes from creating an infographic. In fact, there’s only one thing you need to have to create a great infographic—a good understanding of your customers.
It’s official—the 2014 football season has begun and I couldn’t be happier. After thinking about it, I realized there are a lot of similarities between football and content marketing. I’d like to share 15 of them with you today:
When you stop and think about it, all great content marketing strategies are very similar to healthy lifestyles. A lot goes in to living healthy. You have to eat right, exercise often, get a lot of sleep, minimize stress, and make good life choices.
Small businesses are blogging, using social media and email marketing, but everything they say and do is based on gut feeling. They’re also working by themselves instead of leveraging the help of their co-marketing partners. That’s no way to effectively market a business!
In a 2014 study by Gallup and Wells Fargo during Q1, attracting customers, targeting business opportunities and finding work or new business was the top challenge among US small-business owners, cited by 21% of respondents.
Without conversions a website is just a brochure. And what often happens to brochures? Sometimes they’re picked up and result in a call, but most of the time they get a single glimpse and then they’re tossed in the trash and are never looked at again. Don’t let that be your website.
If you’re an online merchant selling your goods through an eCommerce website, then one of the best ways to attract more traffic (visitors) to your store is through blogging. Let’s think about why blogging is so important for an eCommerce website for just a minute.
It’s been all over the news and social media. Facebook acquired global chat application WhatsApp for the sky-high price of $16 billion. Yes, that’s right, with a “B.” That’s sixteen times larger the acquisition cost that Zuck and co. paid to Instagram!
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