I have to admit, I used to truly believe the answer was "no". Social media is, well, social. I never understood why anyone would want to block comments.
You’ve probably been hearing all the pundits talk about Big Data. I talk about it too. But is Big Data really changing your marketing? Probably not.
My students often inquire into what kind of technical skills are necessary to do well at search engine optimization. I usually answer "It depends." But in most cases, the answer is no. Here is why.
Marketing buzz today is all about user experience, and with good reason. Is your website design both beautiful and functional?
Do you have profiles and pages on the top social networks? Are they optimized for your target a local market?
If you have some weird-looking URLs, you might need a little help from a search marketing expert. I have plenty of advice, because I've seen some ridiculous URLs in my time.
When I teach introductory digital marketing classes, it always makes me bring my thinking down to the basics--the keys to succeeding at digital marketing.
A phishing attack is a trick e-mail sent randomly to perhaps a million recipients, and the thief counts on the numbers game aspect: Out of any given huge number of people, a significant percentage will fall for the trick.
According to Yodle Insights, “75% of consumers, go online to find a local business.” And if your business doesn’t exist online yet, you’re greatly missing the chance of attracting new customers.
For years if a customer had a problem with your service they would tell you to your face. Today that conversation is happening online - with or without you. Here are tips on maintaining a positive online reputation.
Understand your user's intent, and you'll know how to target your marketing. You'll know what message to deliver and what words to use. And you'll know how to design your pages accordingly.
Let's take a special look at SEO, Google, Google Analytics, Google Adwords, Business, SEO Campaign, Internet
Submit your email to receive the latest stories and expert advice to grow your business.
Error Message Here
Complete your registration by clicking the validation link we sent to:
Note: The time it takes to receive the activation email can vary. If you can’t find the email from firstname.lastname@example.org in your inbox, check your “Junk” folder. The email may have been inadvertently marked as spam.
Please be patient with the activation email. Make sure to check your junk folder!
If you haven't received the verification email, please click the below button to resend the verification email.