If you aren’t taking advantage of Google’s ranking tools...What are you waiting for?! Your company’s online presence is extremely important in order to gain leads and turn them into clients. The more accessible you are online, the more inclined users are to reach out to you for business.
You know the saying, “Nothing is truly free?” The internet is no exception. You want to browse for free and companies want to sell you stuff. It’s a give and take. Sometimes ads showcase content that peaks your interests or pop up when you’re searching a related item, making the search process easier.
Reading a book about customer service doesn’t immediately sound like the most entertaining thing in the world. You’d expect to read tips on how to be nice to people and respond promptly, things common sense would tell you. But that’s not my experience with this book. Raving Fans, A Revolutionary Approach to Customer Service was probably the most entertaining book of the month for me because it talked about customer service in a story form. And everyone loves a great story!
It’s common sense to put in the work to expose your business to the one billion daily active Facebook users. Our team designs, targets and monitors Facebook ad campaigns to help our clients grow and reach their goals. Your business deserves the exposure that Facebook + our strategies can accomplish.
Facebook. It’s the King of social media and for good reason. The average person spends 28 percent of his or her time online on social networks — or 1.72 hours per day, according to Inc Magazine. And with 1.8 billion monthly active users, that’s a huge opportunity for your business’ advertising strategy!
So how do you convince your boss that you need to jump on the social media train with the other 2 million advertisers?
When the workload starts to slow down for the day, do you ever take a minute to fill out a quiz that catches your eye? I mean, who doesn’t want to find out which character they should marry from Grey’s Anatomy? Everyone loves finding out more about themselves, especially through quizzes. And, if you want more leads, so will you.
An amazing employee is hard to come by (lucky for us, we have a whole team of ’em!) A solid work ethic and a good moral compass are obvious traits to look for in a new hire, but we challenge you to take it a step further. If you’re bringing someone new onto your team, they’ve gotta be freaking awesome. From the way they do their job to the conversations they have around the office, your new team member should fit the bill of your perfect employee. Aside from the obvious traits, these are a few important yet subtle skills you should try to identify in potential marketing team members.
Let’s be real, we all struggle with writer’s block. We know to turn that list of keywords into content but what do you do when you run out of keywords? Odds are, your business or website accumulates some sort of unique data. Use this to your advantage. For example, check out this article released by OK Cupid. It has absolutely nothing to do with the app. Instead, it’s just a content article on facts the app had collected that their audience may find interesting. Chances are you don’t have access to millions of profiles and data like OK Cupid does. Despite that, here are a couple places you can begin the search for your uncommon and interesting data.