Social Media Marketing - The term 'Digital Marketing' has a number of marketing facets as it supports different channels used in and among these, comes the Social Media. When we use social media channels ( Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google+, etc.) to market a product or service, the strategy is called Social Media Marketing. It is a procedure wherein strategies are made and executed to draw in traffic for a website or to gain attention of buyers over the web using different social media platforms.
For example, when Google sees a major performance problem over time, and it knows users cannot load the pages, some important questions come to mind. Will Google drop the site’s rankings, will the site plummet in the short-term, only to come back when the performance problems are corrected, will there be long-term damage SEO-wise, and how will crawling and indexing be impacted?
When business owners advertise on the internet it means that the product and services are in front of billion internet users. All internet users’ use social media, read blogs, search on Google and Bing, use email, watch YouTube videos, pin images on pinterest.com, and stumble websites on stumbleupon.com, tweets on Twitter.com etc. each day by using mobile, tablets and computer. When there are so many users using the Internet, it means the world. That’s why we say World Wide Web.
DisabledGO, an information provider for people with disabilities in the UK and Ireland, hired Agency51 to implement an SEO migration strategy to move DisabledGO from an old platform to a new one. By applying 301 redirects to old URLS, transferring metadata, setting up Google webmaster tools, and creating a new sitemap, Agency 51 was able to successfully transfer DisabledGO to a new platform while keeping their previous SEO power alive. Additionally, they were able to boost visitor numbers by 21% year over year, and the site restructuring allowed DisabledGO to rank higher than competitors. Their case study is available on SingleGrain.com.
Videos work great for content marketing for three reasons: Certain demographics of users LOVE watching videos; Videos open up more marketing channels (Youtube, Vimeo, etc) Videos are highly engaging: People like sharing videos Social media networks give your update an organic boost when there’s a native video in them Videos get your message across much more effectively than text Your customers expect to find you on Youtube Now, the days… [Read More…]
About Blog This blog out of Nottingham is a mix of posts about industry news & observations, training programs offered by Susan Hallam and aggregated Tweets. Making all of one’s tweets for the day into a blog post is automatic and therefore easy for the blogger to create an entry, but the real question is whether it offers useful info to blog readers? In this case I think sometimes yes and sometimes no.
In this era of digital marketing, one of the most important aspects of a company is their image and reputation. Reputation is not inclusive of just the company and how it operates, but also the employees. Topics that will be discussed include: marketing, management, customer service, customer retention and overcoming obstacles on a global platform....
Data-driven advertising: Users generate a lot of data in every step they take on the path of customer journey and Brands can now use that data to activate their known audience with data-driven programmatic media buying. Without exposing customers' privacy, users' Data can be collected from digital channels (e.g.: when customer visits a website, reads an e-mail, or launches and interact with brand's mobile app), brands can also collect data from real world customer interactions, such as brick and mortar stores visits and from CRM and Sales engines datasets. Also known as People-based marketing or addressable media, Data-driven advertising is empowering brands to find their loyal customers in their audience and deliver in real time a much more personal communication, highly relevant to each customers' moment and actions.
With the use of web analytics and other tracking methods, Internet marketing has become a reliable marketing and advertising tool employed to track campaign performance and measure its marketing effects. It empowers companies with the competence to trace, monitor, calculate and analyze all aspects of their online marketing campaigns. Basically, all that frustrating guesswork of most traditional marketing initiatives is removed as it empowers advertisers to carefully alter and improve their campaigns based on the measured results.
Digital marketing is probably the fastest-changing marketing field out there: New tools are being built, more platforms emerge and more channels need to be included into your marketing plan. How not to get overwhelmed while staying on top of the latest marketing trends? Here are a few tools that help you scale and automate some parts of your marketing routine making you a more productive and empowered marketer: Tools to… [Read More…]
Learn to make your emails powerful, beautiful, and effective. HTML email has become a staple of communication. Everyone can benefit from sending HTML email, from large corporations to small businesses and freelancers. Give your emails some personality and life! This class will cover building a simple one-time email, and a weekly newsletter format....
Yes! Internet marketing is much cheaper as compared to the offline marketing. Physical outlets rental and maintenance cost is pretty much expensive to afford. You even need dummy of your products for display in order to attract your target audience towards your work. However, in the case of internet marketing, hiring a right agency for marketing will suffice the job in a customized manner.
If businesses have an improved credibility it has advantages for the customers. This is because it implies that the business is providing a good service and they are well known for their reputation which means it should be a safe and easy shopping experience without any hassle. At ASOS they are always trying to ensure that they carry out tasks which will enable them to attract potential customers as well as retaining existing customers. Also some businesses sponsor charities as it can improve their credibility and give them a better reputation. At ASOS they try to ensure that they improve their credibility by investing money into training their employees to high standards, by investing to market sectors which are popular and demanded by the customers. At ASOS they also encourage their customers to join their forums to take suggestions and also for customers to spread a positive image of the business. Also on the ASOS website there is a section which includes information about the positive features and success that the business has. For example ASOS was the first UK online company to launch a catwalk and these are uploaded onto the ASOS website. They have also received awards from cosmopolitan and other companies for the products and service that they provide. Below is an print screen of the ASOS website which shows one of the products shown on a model on an cat walk. By doing this it allows the customers to get an better view of the product and gain a similar shopping experience to what they would get if they was high street shopping this will therefore improve credibility.
Social media has been one of the fastest growing digital marketing channels for years now and continues to play a major role in brand development and customer acquisition and engagement. Social media now is a critical element to effective content marketing and search engine optimization strategies. These marketing strategies simply can’t exist well without one another.