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Internet marketing can be defined as the promotion of products and services over the World Wide Web. It is also known as online marketing, web marketing and e-marketing. Many organizations are using the internet to increase sales and demand for its products. According to a report published by Forrester Research, online ad spending will increase by $77 billion by 2016.
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You’ve drafted the most incredible email, and are ready to hit send on that puppy. But wait: have you thought about your list? How to segment it? What your CTA is? Where your readers will go? If they’ll even open the thing? Hubspot’s free course will help you master lifecycles, segmentation, content, deliverability, and much more within email marketing.
Just two days after Christmas, I received a message from the site owner asking if there was some type of update over the holidays. Traffic dipped sharply on Christmas Day, which it typically wouldn’t do based on their niche, and had gone down more and more since. Traffic typically only goes down by about 20% on Christmas Day and it was down 50% this year. That’s typically not the case from a historical perspective for the site and they were worried that an algorithm update impacted the site again.
It may come as no surprise that the marketplace has become increasingly more digital as technology continues to evolve. The benefits of digital marketing are becoming more prevalent every day. More and more consumers are researching and buying products online. According to Forbes, 82% of consumers conduct research online. And, Tech Crunch reports that 79% of people shop online.
Are your prospects and customers not responding to your content marketing efforts? The issue might not be the substance or information you’re providing, but rather the format in which you’re delivering those messages. It’s probably time to start looking at visual storytelling as a medium for communicating your brand’s message. Visual storytelling for Internet marketing…
Pay per click (PPC) advertising, commonly referred to as Search Engine Marketing, delivers targeted traffic and conversions and will yield results faster than organic search engine optimization. Successful PPC marketing programs offer incredible revenue and brand-building opportunities. However, without a thorough understanding of how PPC works, it is very easy to mismanage valuable advertising budgets. That’s where we come in!