When designing your website, you need to have several key elements integrated into the design. While it’s important to have a site that looks nice (a cluttered website will quickly force potential customers to go elsewhere,) it’s equally as important to design the site in a way that allows visitors to easily navigate your website, find what they are looking for and learn exactly what your company is all about.
If you aren’t leveraging Twitter’s potential for improving your sales, you are missing out on a great opportunity to grow your business.
While Twitter doesn’t seem like an obvious marketing choice at first glance given their 140 character limit, businesses that can harness their creativity and be a little inventive will find that marketing on Twitter has big benefits.
Here are 5 Twitter marketing strategies you should be using now.
Today, there are more options than ever when it comes to marketing your business. While the increase in options makes it easier for your company to be noticed, it also increases the chances that you’ll make a mistake along the way. Here are eight common marketing mistakes, and what you can do to avoid them.
If you want to make your blog a success, whether financially or otherwise, it’s important to choose a niche for your blog.
There are many reasons why niche blogging is better than general blogging, so consider these points before you hop on the blogging bandwagon and start to write.
Recently Google announced that it will be rolling out a new kind of search – one that’s more personal to you. This new search will include three different types of features – personal results, profiles in search and people and pages.
If you’re like me and do a lot of testing with keywords and rankings, you’re annoyed by the idea that your habits on the internet will show up in your search results. While I somewhat understand how this is relevant to me, it gets in the way of identifying what the outside world is looking for.
Using Google Alerts, you can set up a monitoring system to track anything you want, such as finding out what’s being said about you or your company; keeping track of articles you write under your name; monitoring the competition or simply to keep up to date on any given topic.
Google Alerts has many beneficial uses, and many of those can help you blog. Keep reading to find out how this internet monitoring program can help you become a better blog.