Engaging with your audience on social platforms takes effort and resources that need to be balanced with sales or conversions to be worthwhile.
Monthly Archives: March 2013
Integrating social channels with you event is a powerful tool for event or conference marketeers. Live tweeting from an event can really extend your event reach from the “room” out to a larger audience with significant benefits.
Do you struggle to get to grips with your website stats each week? Do you have to share your stats and hope that the recipients engage with the detail? Try this.
Not sure how or where to start? This infographic will point you in the right direction.
If you are doing well you may well convert 10% of you visitors but what are you doing about the remainder?
Can your customers find you? Accuracy of local listings is a common problem for many businesses. In this Local search column from Search Engine Land Andrew Shotland looks at the data from 40,000 listings to see just how accurate they are.
You Twitter account is working hard. You are putting in the time, tweeting, replying, re-tweeting, posting URL’s and remembering your hashtags. Your followers are growing and you can see visitor traffic coming to your site. All good but do you … Continue reading
Small and local business should be looking to boost (or get started on) their digital marketing strategies. If you feel intimidated by the thought of competing with larger and often better funded organisations – don’t. In digital marketing bigger does not equal better.
The starting point for generating inbound traffic to your site is to create high quality, relevant content. Where to start when faced with a blank page or screen however can be a daunting task.
If you are looking to engage with your audience in either of these social channels check out this chart.