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5 reasons you still need infographics

5 Reasons You Still Need Infographics

Digital video content is getting a lot of attention lately and for good reason. Facebook reports that videos uploaded to its platform are clicked 4 billion times every day – and that is just one location. Consumers like the ease, interactivity and fun of digital video content and it is driving up views globally.

Video is not the only visual way to reach your customer base, though. Smart use of infographics can be a strong way to engage consumers and let them absorb the information in their own way. Infographics combine the benefits of both read-only and video media and can be posted in a variety of formats.

The Way People Read Google Results Has Changed, but Does it Matter

The Way People Read Google Results Has Changed, but Does it Matter?

When the Google search engine first hit computer screens, it was unlike anything that had been seen before when it came to indexing the world’s information. The way Google Search looked back then and the way it looks today are worlds apart, of course, and the original search engine look seems archaic by today’s standards.

Social Media Fails When Good Brands Go Wrong

Social Media Fails: When Good Brands Go Wrong

While there are many articles out there telling you what to do with social media, it’s just as important to understand what not to do. We take inspiration from a few companies that have fallen flat on their faces when it comes to using social media.

USAirways Gets Inappropriate

Last year, after some back and forth tweeting with a disgruntled USAirways customer, the person managing the social media account sent a graphic and offensive image that was seen around the world.

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How to Keep Customers Happy in a Digital Marketplace

The art of doing business used to mean a lot of interaction, hand-shaking and face time. Small business owners in particular had a greater chance of closing a deal when they met with their customers and put a face to their business name.

The digital age has changed all of that, of course. While it has accelerated a lot of the steps in the sales process, it has taken the human aspect out in many ways. There are tactics that business owners can use, however, to build better relationships with customers that they have never actually met.

4 Simple Ways to Build up your Email List-Jure Keplic

4 Simple Ways to Build Up Your Email List

For small businesses, the customer or client list is at the heart of the operation. The goal of customer recruitment is to keep them around for longer than a single sale or experience,…

Nov14

Unlock these 6 Secrets to Better Email Marketing

Email marketing is dead! …at least that’s what some corners of the Internet would like you to believe.

But take one look at the numbers and you’ll find that email marketing is not a dying breed. In fact, it remains one of the strongest channels for driving sales.

A recent study by the Direct Marketing Association found that 66% of consumers recently made a purchase as a result of an effective email marketing message. That’s more than direct mail, social, telephone, or mobile advertising.

Sept14

Companies Invest More in Social Media Marketing in 2014

Social media marketing is undoubtedly the new wave of marketing. People can argue that the shift occurred in 2013 or earlier, but 2014 has really seen even more big growth in social media advertising. Companies are being forced, whether they like it or not, to put more and more of their marketing funds towards social media outlets. While in the past, companies have gone for a multi-level marketing campaign strategy, now the focus is primarily on social media, for small and large companies alike.

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