Influencer marketing has a huge potential to deliver lasting results for many companies, but only if it’s approached carefully and deliberately. The May 2017 SLC|SEM gathering brought in a couple specialists in this area to discuss this topic and talk about how one might identify influencers and why it should be part of your marketing strategy.
You’re tired of how slow your business has been going. You know you offer a useful and valuable product to customers, but you haven’t seen the success you expected.
There are a lot of moving parts to an effective social media campaign, and keeping everything moving together nice and smoothly can be a pretty serious challenge.
Your company has decided to take the social media plunge and you’re tasked with creating a social media campaign.
The internet is no place for a slow website. The average Google user (i.e. your customers) just won’t put up with websites that take too long to load.
The power of social media, with its ability to produce high brand exposure and ROI, has made it a dominant portion of many business’s marketing budgets and strategies.
Every so often, many popular YouTubers post a frustrated and angry video about how “YouTube is broken” again. It happens on a very nearly regular basis these days. People who rely on this platform for their livelihood are, understandably, upset when the platform that has worked a certain way for so long suddenly changed unknown elements for unknown reasons, and suddenly their usual numbers of views begin to go down a bit.
Baseball Spring Training is in full swing (pun intended) meaning the start of the season is just around the corner.
If you’ve spent any time online, chances are you’ve seen those obnoxious hyperlinked titles that go along the lines of “you won’t believe what so-and-so looks like now” or “buy your amazing X for only $X here” or “15 things the government doesn’t want mortgage owners to know.”
The first part of this series was posted on the SEO.com blog last week. This week I’ve added five more of my favorite tools for building websites. Some of them are free and some are not, but you should know that I’m not receiving any special compensation from these companies for mentioning them in these posts.