“Pay-Per-Click” (PPC) search engine advertising is the most targeted advertising money can buy. Why? Because PPC allows you to place your advertisements directly in front of hard-to-find prospects at the exact time when they’re searching for your type of product or service. No other form of advertising can do this for you! (except for maybe yellow pages)
Simply Measured offers tools that provide data on your social media engagement. The tools are free to use, although you’ll be asked to mention them in social media in return for the report. You can get information from all major social networks including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Instagram, and Pinterest.
Content is at the core of all marketing activity. In this course you learn how to plan your content marketing, how to develop content that works well for your target audience, and how to measure its impact.
This super cool tool is actually a script written for the popular browser add ons “Greasemonkey” and “Tampermonkey”. This script will aggregate all your search results into a neat, stripped down list of URLs at the botttom of each SERP page. Great for quickly copying and pasting your results into your favorite tool.
Create videos of people using your product, how-tos or people vouching for your product. You can launch these videos via your website, You Tube, Vimeo, Facebook or other places in order to draw interest to your website.
Jump up ^ Lee, J.; Ham, C.; Kim, M. (2013). “Why People Pass Along Online Video Advertising: From the Perspectives of the Interpersonal Communication Motives Scale and the Theory of Reasoned Action”. Journal of Interactive Advertising. 13 (1): 1–13. doi:10.1080/15252019.2013.768048.
PPC advertising is about running multiple tests, selecting the top performers and then doing it again. Once you find an ad group that is achieving your margin targets, you can begin to scale up. Start slowly at first and never make a sudden, massive leap in your spending.
Crawling refers to the way that search engines like Google browse the Internet, and indexing refers to how the crawled information is stored. When content is indexed, it can show up in results pages. But if your pages aren’t indexed, Google won’t know that they exist, which makes it impossible for them to rank your page in search results.
There is no single free tool that works well for this – please suggest alternatives. You can use reputation tools like Klout, Kred or Peerindex, but I find that the use of Twitter autofollow means that this often skews the results.
Your corporate blog, Facebook Business Page, Twitter feed and other social sites all serve as potential platforms for fielding customer inquiries, sourcing ideas for new content and enhancing your brand image on the web. Additionally, social content, such as tweets and YouTube videos, will be indexed by search engines, which help boost your content’s relevance and page ranking.
Putting up a website in the internet is step one of the tough road to successful internet marketing. Step one doesn’t give you everything – it’s just the foundation. After you’ve created and established an online presence, you have to make sure to follow up with other online business needs. Such as, as earlier stated, a blog (ahem!), Social network integration (ahem ahem!), and yours truly, SEO (ahem ahem ahem!). My advanced package answers all of those needs by the way. Just in case you’re interested. Just saying.
Rewards: The lucrative offers would always help in making your digital campaign a success. Give some reward in the end of the campaign. This would definitely invite more engagement and word of mouth publicity
I was looking for a tool to help my nonprofit maintain our website press coverage pages. Ideally the tool would search the web for content written ABOUT my organization and notify us when it finds something (kind of like google alerts/scoop.it), we could then approve & publish (kind of like scoop.it) and it would publish to our website in a format most commonly used in media/press rooms. Not only can I not find one tool that preforms all these functions, I can not find anything that does the last part.
It helps you find the right decision makers and their emails without paying for a LinkedIn premium account or spending hours on using a plethora of different email finding tools. You just simply chuck in a company name, domain name or person’s name and the tool finds the right people. You can use HeadReach to find professionals in your field to do a roundup post, for content promotion or to find the right people in charge of a popular outlet. For example, you can search for all editors at TechCrunch, Forbes and Entrepreneur magazine via a single search.
How to use Open Site Explorer: Plug your blog’s URL into Open Site Explorer to see the stats like page authority and incoming links. You can also click over to the Just-Discovered tab to see recent links and Top Pages to see which pages on your site get the most links.
Copyblogger is a content marketing company that creates content about content (so meta). Its blog provides a ton of great resources about digital marketing, and this class, “Internet Marketing for Smart People,” is made up of ebooks and emailed lessons and other course materials. Copyblogger espouses four pillars of content marketing success, which it delves into over the course of this class.
How we use Hotjar: User research can be incredibly powerful stuff. I find great value in seeing how someone interacts with blog posts. How much of the post do they read? Where do they pause? What do they click? Seeing all this information helps me design my posts in a clearer way.
Heidi Cohen is the president of Riverside Marketing Strategies and founded her popular marketing blog, Heidi Cohen’s Actionable Marketing Guide. The quote above comes from her article, Internal Content Curation: What Most Marketers Miss. Cohen recommends performing internal content curation to save on content creation costs and build your audience for each piece of content. You can extend the use of your existing content by re-promoting it (via social media or other channels) or re-using it by adapting it into different formats that can be shared on different platforms.
11. Update Your Website – It’s 2014, so your business website shouldn’t look like it’s still stuck in the early 2000s. And it’s about more than just looks. Best practices and Web standards change often, so a refresh can help you make sure your website is at the top of its game.
Ensure your web content is supported by a user-friendly and simple design that users can easily navigate. Furthermore, your website design should be mobile-friendly (more on this below) and render correctly on multiple user interfaces.
Today’s digital marketers often wear many hats, manage a slurry of different projects, both large and small, and can be responsible for most, if not all, of a client’s online marketing campaign, including social media, email marketing, content, search engine optimization, etc.
This “Diploma in E-Business” course is a comprehensive resource for marketers, business owners, and advertisers who would like to get the most out of their digital marketing efforts. You’ll learn things like the fundamentals of promoting your business online, using various Google-powered tools, and how to track and make sense of the vast amounts of data available to you.