A great list of courses I must remark! Apart from Coursera, Inbound marketing Training from Hubspot, and CopyBlogger Marketing Email Course, others are new to me. I guess it would be wise to try out others.The sources of these courses are tried and tested websites. Being free or nearly free to participate in any of the program is simply amazing!
Technology has created plenty opportunities for businesses to really personalize experiences for their customers. SaaS knowledge bases provide some of those opportunities when used effectively. In this Process Street post, Robin Singh shares how you can create a knowledge base your customers will love.
One of the biggest challenges with reporting and data analysis is accessing and bringing all your data together. Data Studio simplifies the process by providing the pre-built data connectors you need.
These are awesome Brian! I’ll be adding a few of them to my digital marketing resource guide http://www.themissionmarketer.com/digital-marketing-resources/ . I have a ton of Buffer resources on there, always great content from you guys!
If you are asking people to subscribe to your newsletter, I also suggest you offer them something of genuine value, in return for joining your subscriber list. For example, when I was writing my newsletter, I used to offer a free ebook. I also advise that you only ask for people to give you their name and email address… not their whole life story.
We don’t often think about web design as a marketing tactic, but it can influence the amount of time and attention a user will spend on your page. Your website is the center of all your digital marketing efforts, so if your page is not clean, easy to read, and interesting, it won’t matter how much time you put into strategy development – you’re still going to lose customers. Create a website that is up-to-date, attention-grabbing, and most of all, mobile friendly.
Ann Smarty is co-founder of Viral Content Buzz and before that was editor in chief at Search Engine Journal, an industry leading SEO blog. She is a branding manager at Internet Marketing Ninjas and founder of MyBlogGuest, the Internet’s first guest blogging community. She has guest blogged for Mashable, SEOMoz, Internet Marketing Ninjas, MakeUseOf, Social Media Examiner and MarketingProfs.
These pages inform your audience about your products and services, and should include photos and other forms of multimedia to keep users engaged. Typical article pages are usually 500 words long, but you can also write “longform” content, and aim for around 2,000 words.
No matter what’s hot or if new marketing trends surface, email continues to be one of the most targeted and valuable channels when you know how to use it. But a lot of email marketers sort of stumble into the field, which makes it crucial to know where to find all the help you need for success.
Hi Pawan, at http://www.voziq.com, we have built a technology that enables intelligent sales as well as improved marketing effectiveness by identifying influencers and trending content. This is achieved by mining social media conversations for relevance. I hope VOZIQ will be an apt addition to the list, under social media analytics category.
Adwords is the most popular PPC platform out there, and as mentioned, Google is undeniably important when it comes to being found online. Their free help center will provide you everything you need to know about PPC marketing, from the absolute basics to the nitty gritty details.
Charles Crawford is a cofounder of Crawford and O’Brien, a Phoenix-based digital marketing agency that applies high-level dental internet marketing strategies to get dentists more new patients. Follow us on twitter @crawfordobrien.
The Online Campus will be your virtual classroom for the duration of your course. Through its easy-to-use interface you’ll have access to a diverse variety of course content formats, including: interactive video lectures, module notes, practice quizzes, Prezis, assignment briefs, and additional web resources.
As a small business owner, the idea of joining various social media sites and regularly using them as part of your online marketing plan can seem daunting. But if you know what to expect, the process can be a bit easier. Here on NutsPR, Corina Manea shares some things you should expect when joining social media as a small business owner.
It’s 2017, so if you’re like most businesses, you have a website (if not, what are you waiting for?). In fact, odds are good that you’ve had the same website for several years. This can be a blessing and a curse, and is something business owners should address in 2017.