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I’m keen on going back through the post and making sure that all of the courses are truly “free” for everyone. I think with this one, the course materials were free, but to get access to the official certificate, that was a paid option.
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For example, check your Google Analytics account to identify which websites are sending you the best visitors and get more traffic from them by increasing your advertising with them and/or getting them to post your press releases and articles. Improve website’s performance by optimizing the navigation and “conversion funnel” so visitors quickly and easily find the content or product they want and buy it with the least amount of confusion and clicks as possible. Save 50% on your Google AdWords PPC advertising by running a “Search Query Performance” report to identify and eliminate off-target keywords and save big money on your PPC Campaign.
You’ll start with an understanding of why things catch on in the first place and how you can use those lessons to create viral content online. Then, you’ll move on to spreading your new and creative ideas through media and other digital marketing channels.
Do you view your website as an expense or as an investment? Surprisingly, many companies seem to view their website as a necessary cost of doing business, not an opportunity to attract an audience and gain new customers. The following five tips can help transform a non-performing website into an effective sales and marketing tool.
As you know Facebook is the biggest Social Network in the world with an average of 25.5 Billion visits per month, average session duration of 16 minutes and 5 seconds and an estimate of 14.36 scrolls per visit.
17. Be Present on Maps – This is especially applicable to consumers searching for your business on the go using apps like Google Maps and Apple Maps. Make sure they not only find you by claiming your local listings and making sure information like your phone number and address are correct.
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Thank you Adrian – impressive list! Currently my learning curve is more busy with app-building and organizing my workflow. But it is good to know, that I’m allowed to learn from Podio in the marketing area, too. And anyway: I’m enviting all my teacher friends into Podio – so we users are definitely the best marketing tool … because Podio is hitting our needs.
Jump up ^ Kumar, A.; Bezawada, R.; Rishika, R.; Janakiraman, R.; Kannan, P. K. (2016). “From Social to Sale: The Effects of Firm-Generated Content in Social Media on Customer Behavior”. Journal of Marketing. 80 (1): 7–25. doi:10.1509/jm.14.0249.
Hobbies and interests. Speak to customers and people who align with your target audience. If you’re a fashion brand, for example, it’s helpful to know if large segments of your audience are also interested in fitness and well-being, as that can help inform your future content creation and partnerships.
Many businesses are beginning to learn steps 1–3, and with each passing month, I see more marketers “get it” in this regard. Few, however, have learned to embrace the promotion aspect of content marketing.
Letting customers or followers do some of your online marketing for you can really help out and save you time. But you need to make sharing your content easy for them. So in this article at the Social Media Week, Larry Alton suggests some things you should think about when incorporating social sharing buttons into your website.