Whatever your overarching goal is, you need to know how to measure it, and more important, actually be able to measure it (e.g., have the right digital marketing tools in place to do so). How you measure the effectiveness of your digital strategy will be different for each business and dependent on your goal(s), but it’s vital to ensure you’re able to do so, as it’s these metrics which will help you adjust your strategy in the future.
I have, and would definitely recommend the HubSpot certification. The supporting references are full of great advice on successful inbound marketing and it’s an essential step if you’re looking to become a HubSpot partner.
Chatbots are marketing tools no business can afford to ignore. Create a Messenger chatbot that pushes promotions to customers and operates seamlessly with Facebook by using Chattypeople. With Chattypeople you can build a Facebook bot without any coding.
You create a website, blog, newsletter or podcast, etc. You use it to provide FREE information that has real value to your prospective clients, whilst offering them the opportunity to purchase goods, services (or both), which are closely linked to the information you give away.
Digital marketing and social media have changed the way organisations communicate, with the focus placed on personal engagement and conversation, rather than the one-size-fits-all, broadcast advertising of the past. You can get to grips with digital marketing and find out how social media is used worldwide with these marketing courses.
The quote above comes from the article and podcast, Brands Not Using Social Media Create Communication Language Barriers with Customers. Moore says that the mission of online and digital marketers is to find out where your target marketing is spending time and “speak to them, communicate with them and most importantly serve them where, when and how they choose.” Not using social media means not serving your target market online, and it sends the message that your brand doesn’t have enough time for their customers to meet them where they are.
2. Evaluate your website’s content – Content is King. What does your website say? Is the content unique and useful? Will people learn anything when they visit your site? When was the last time you added new content? Does your website have content worth reading? Does your content match your business goals?
Writing great copy that is meant to drive people to take a specific business action is a unique and valuable skill to have for marketers and business owners alike. This “High-Impact Business Writing” course is aimed at helping you get your thoughts on paper in a clear and concise manner.
Garry Grant is a veteran expert in search engine optimization and the digital marketing industry. With nearly 20 years of experience, Garry has successfully built a multi-service operation at SEO, Inc., developing proprietary technologies through complex strategic solutions. He has extensive experience in key initiatives and operational responsibilities grounded in information technology and performance management. Garry’s expertise and esteemed reputation, coupled with SEO Inc.’s impressive client success record has earned him such accolades as Entrepreneur Magazine’s 2005 Hot List for the Hottest Internet Property, Inc. 500 2007 Honorary award for Fastest Growing Private Company in America, an Inc. 500 top 50 Company in San Diego, and interviews with The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, WIRED, Entrepreneur and The Huffington Post. Garry Grant began his online career in 1993 creating strategic Web and e-business solutions for Homepage.com, The Rush Limbaugh Show, Premiere Radio Networks, Clear Channel Communications, EarthLink and Artisan Motion Pictures. Today, Garry and SEO Inc.’s highly skilled digital strategists develop proprietary technology and strategic digital marketing direction for Fortune 500 companies including, SC Johnson, McAfee, Entrepreneur.com., Inc Magazine, IGN, Tacorri, LPL Financial, National Kidney Foundation, G4 TV, Fuel TV and Sony, just to name a few.
Let our social tools assist you in planning, creating and monitoring social media marketing accounts for your business or your personal social media sites. Whether it is Facebook, Twitter, or Google+ we have tools that can slice through the likes, shares, tweets, +1s, circles and so much more
While not a social media “class” in a traditional sense, Buffer’s Week-of-Webinars covers everything from content curation to social analytics to getting your content seen in the Facebook News Feed.
Altimeter. In April of 2013, Rebecca Lieb of Altimeter started a list of 15 content marketing vendors. We were flattered to have Curata included in the initial list. More recently, Altimeter has published a content marketing vendor landscape which includes over 100 content marketing tools. However, the list does not include some of the broader categories we have included here.
So after hosting 3 of these conferences I haven’t been moved as much by any speaker as I was by Marcus Sheridan. Okay, that’s a lie. Theo Fleury was unreal last year but it’s pretty hard to compare those two topics.