Your blog should be used for a number of reasons, including allowing you to consistently post new keywords and optimize your search engine strategy. More than that, your blog becomes somewhere you can offer advice, share bits of information, and really connect with your customers.
Through careful thought, we identified the response to our high standards was definitely digital marketing. Make no doubt, this bad boy will not change. Our advertising content reachable anytime, just about everywhere. This actually makes an impact as we at the moment are connected to customers on a huge scale, who possibly buy our products and can locate our message.
6. Buffer: Buffer is seriously the simplest tool for “buffering up” content and having it automatically scheduled and shared across Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Their growth story is super impressive, and they have one of the best blogs around productivity-related topics.
Having a strong online presence is a crucial component of your marketing strategy, no matter what size your business is or what industry it belongs to. And while building your online presence can be time consuming and frustrating, it’s not something to be taken lightly.
This is going to be very valuable for the blogging community. No doubt with the guidance of these tools one can get quality results, which is certainly useful for the improvement of any blog or website. Please update this single post on monthly basis, if you find anything new. Being a new blogger means getting something new every day!
Along with graphics, video marketing is increasing in popularity. You can do video tours, tutorials, behind the scenes looks, and much more to help your market learn about and get to know your business. The challenge of videos is in hosting them for free or low cost. The obvious resource is YouTube, but sometimes you may not want to use that option. Below are other options you can try.
I use many of these and glad to discover some news ones too. I’m preferring Post Planner over Buffer. I find it easier to use, finding new content and scheduling it easily, with the app mixing the types of content for me in post order (by my rules) even if I don’t add them that way. I’m a big fan of Wistia, Salesforce, Canva, Unbounce, Mixpanel… so many good recs here. I’m going to check out Medium.
Gabrielle Pickard-Whitehead is a professional freelance writer and journalist based in the United Kingdom. Since 2006, Gabrielle has been writing articles, blogs and news pieces for a diverse range of publications and sites. You can read Gabrielle’s blog here.
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Social media should play a role in your marketing efforts. Streamline social posting tasks by taking advantage of Buffer. This social media management tool helps small businesses increase followers and build their brand.
Chris Ducker is a virtual CEO and founder of Virtual Staff Finder, which is one of Hubstaff’s 7 Awesome Virtual Assistant Companies in the Philippines. The quote above comes from an article titled 6 Ways to Make Money While Building an Online Business. Ducker says that in order to be successful at online selling, marketers should position themselves in a market where people need what they offer.
This course is also a part of a Online Marketing Challenge from Google. Students that plan to take the Online Marketing Challenge are encouraged to complete the Digital Marketing Course first. Marketers looking to learn everything there is to know about Google (and advertising), this is a great place to start!
Never Assume — One huge mistake that your sales team could be making is assuming an ignorant buyer. Internet leads tend to be VERY educated customers, and they will know if you are blowing smoke. Assuming that your customer is uneducated is a huge mistake for any sales person. A good way to not fall into this trap is by asking your customer the research they have already done. Simply saying “What research have you already done on (The Product), because I would hate to waste your time by telling you things you already know” can save you time, and help you close the sale more.
Hey Brian, was just about to chime in here with the same info—this course used to be free (including all Coursera courses) with an optional upgrade to the specialization, but there was a recent change. I also told my social media interns about the course and that it was free; they were the ones that alerted me that it no longer was. Looks like Northwestern University in particular no longer allows taking courses that are part of a specialization for free on Coursera. I think some of the other specialization courses are the same now—even if you try to take them individually and without a certificate, they are no longer free. Too bad, because yes, when I took the course a few months ago, it was free and GREAT!