You might be like many other businesses who wait for customers to come to them. Waiting for them to stumble across their website, facebook post or pinterest page or hope they find their way to their door. If you’re one of these business you’re overlooking a huge marketing opportunity. If you got a minute or two to read this post, I’ll show you 5 ways you can connect with potential customers right now. In my examples below I’m going to pretend you run a website that sells tablets (you know iPads, Kindles…). To show how powerful this can be all the screenshots were taken at the moment I was writing this. 1. Talk to people looking for your products/services. There’s a chance you’re already trying to put yourself in front of people looking for your products and services using search engine advertising like Google Adwords. There is no doubt that this can be very powerful, but you’re still waiting for someone to make that action, hoping they see and click on your ad and payi
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12 Steps to Building a Community Around Your Brand
There’s a lot of buzz in the digital marketing arena about inbound marketing. For those of you who aren’t familiar… inbound marketing is the proccess driving customers to your brand via content, rather than paying for traditional advertising. In this article I’m going to focus on one of the key aspect of inbound marketing which is growing a following or community around your brand. Read More…
Customer Satisfaction – 6 tips to improve it for your e-business
Ninety-six per cent of unhappy customers don’t complain; however, 91 per cent of those will simply leave and not come back. A dissatisfied customer will tell between 9 and 15 people about their experience – White House Office of Consumer Affairs.
We all know the 80/20 rule: 80 per cent of your business comes from 20 per cent of your customers. How do we keep them? It’s all about customer satisfaction.
What can we say, we love Google+. What’s your thoughts? Do you like it? Love it? Hate it?
If you hate it what would you do differently?
Cyrus Shepard recently wrote an article about how the #1 SEO ranking factor is satisfaction and I think he couldn
We had the pleasure of interviewing digital marketing consultant Steve Preite. Steve is a guy who is full of personality and passion. Unlike other Small Business Inbound Marketing Strategy with Case Study Your blog post is written and published, now what?
Twitter didn’t even exist when I started doing internet marketing, but it’s hard for me to imagine the internet without it. Even though it’s become a household name I still talk with other SEO professionals who don’t utilize it and in a recent study 50% of companies struggling with SEO weren t integrating social media. If you are one of these people then this blog post was written for you. 1. Your content is indexed instantly. Source: our twitter http://twitter.com/bloghandsseo Unlike Google where you have to wait for them to crawl your newest content before it can be found in their […] Hey, stick around and read some related posts… Your blog post is written and published, now what? 3 Ways to Get Blog Writing Ideas From Your Competitors Inbound Marketing Tools for Your Business Case Study: See Our Very Own Website Analytics Remember Promoting Blog Posts Before Social Media?