A business’ true value lies in its email list. While it may sound a bit outdated compared to the huge advent of cloud technology and all sorts of other business tech, email is still a considerable factor in almost every business. Not to mention, a dedicated list of of potential clients or customers is something that business owners could only dream about thirty years ago.
Now it’s common for even small businesses to have an email list with hundreds or even thousands of subscribers.
Starting up a company is really hard, especially when it comes to marketing. Thankfully Social Media is literally the best free marketing tool that anybody can possibly use, it can boost your traffic and sales by an insane amount if you use it properly, so here are a few steps to creating an amazing Social Media account, that gets loads of valuable interaction, followers as well as sales, straight from Instagram.
Most business owners buy into the myth that they’re just one right move away from being a household brand or company. They dream of virality and becoming an overnight success story. Marketers everywhere promote strategies that guarantee insane results and companies buy the hype.
B2B (Business to Business) models consist of businesses focused on selling services to other businesses to help them support their enterprise operations and growth. For example, a company like Suzuki would need a customer relationship management system to create seamless customer support for their business, which is where HubSpot (another business) would come in and help them install and run the CRM.
In the first part of our six-part “Guide to a Better Internet Marketing Strategy”, we talked about how important it was to implement a solid digital marketing strategy for your business. We covered the key elements of every good strategy, and explored how you can measure its success. Now, we’re going to dive deeper, covering one aspect of your business’ new plan – the organic search channel.
In this article, we’ll talk about the organic search channel and Search Engine Optimization, how the return on investment should be measured, the role of organic traffic, seasonality and other important factors to consider, as well as the metrics that are a sure sign of organic search success.
Welcome to the first part of the Guide to a Better Marketing Strategy. In total, there’ll be six posts, each of which will provide additional insight into the strategy for each of the internet marketing channels – search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click advertising (PPC), social media marketing, email marketing and content marketing.
It may be that you already have an internet marketing strategy in place, in which case, we’ll provide plenty of tips to take it to the next level. If you’re thinking about creating your first internet marketing strategy, this article will empower you to put a strategy in place that really works.