We have a saying that “good data” is better than “big data.” Bid data is a term being thrown around a lot these days because brands and agencies alike now have the technology to collect more data and intelligence than ever before. But what does that mean for growing a business. Data is worthless without the data scientists analyzing it and creating actionable insights. We help our client partners sift through the data to gleam what matters most and what will aid them in attaining their goals.
3. Take a look at keywords and key phrases extensively. The phrases you believe your target audience may be trying to find might actually be incorrect. To obtain the optimal phrases to optimize for, use research tools for example Keyword Discovery, Word tracker or Google's Keyword Tool. Compile lists of the very relevant phrases for the website and select a couple of different styles for each page. Never aim for general key phrases for example "travel" or "vacation," because they are rarely suggestive of what your website is really about.
There’s no avoiding it: internet marketing is critical for the success of your business in 2018. But with all the gimmicks and tricks, it can be difficult to distinguish short-term wins from effective long-term strategies, which is why we’ve created an ultimate guide. Here, we’ll cover everything from marketing strategies to real-world examples, to ensure your business reaches the right people out of that four billion.
Video Testimonials Are Good for Business Do you believe that video testimonials can increase trust in your brand? Boost sales? Increase your website’s ability to rank? Yes, they can! According to McKinsey Quarterly, 20-50% of purchasing decisions are made primarily based on word of mouth. And that is exactly what customer testimonials are! But they…
Was reviewing some competitive data and thought this was pretty interesting. I ran a batch analysis on Ahrefs of competitors. See attached screenshot. With just 603 backlinks, Our site is ranking up there with sites with 2x, 3x, 10x the number of backlinks/unique ips. Guessing some of this authority is coming from the backlinks program and general good quality of those links. Hard to speculate but nice to see. Ben R.
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You raise a great point here! As long as there is a brand in place, some companies can definitely build up a social campaign before a website. For example, an ice cream shop might not even need a website, and at the very least, a good social presence would definitely be enough to get them started. This won't necessarily work for every type of company though. For example, a tech consulting firm needs to build up their brand authority and content first so that people trust them as a resource, both of which are much easier with a website. It definitely depends on the brand strategy, your target audience, and what kind of content you're trying to share.
You're right, Soumya -- t's difficult to do all of this when you have limited resources. I was the only person thinking about marketing in my first role, and know firsthand just how much there is to get done and how there's always more you could do if only you had the time and money. What I did then, and what I suggest now, are starting with the one or two avenues you believe will have the largest ROI. Once you're comfortable with those and how they're running, add more to the mix. However, only add more if you have time to add more.
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I can’t recommend guest posts enough as a solid marketing strategy. Guest posts, first and foremost, help establish you and your company as thought leaders. When customers Google your company or your CEO, seeing an insightful, detailed guest post shows them that you know what you’re talking about. It also shows how you can help them. Lastly, guest posts help with SEO — they enable you to include links to pages on your website using specific anchor text.
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Gather representatives from your sales and marketing teams, as well as decision-makers in your organization, around the table for a collaborative workshop. Take this time to determine exactly what website users expect to do when they reach your site and how they accomplish those tasks. Chances are, you’ll quickly identify holes in your user experience. Use the data you’ve gathered to rework the flow of your website. Until this is running smoothly, you can’t expect your marketing efforts to do all the work.
Increased trust via testimonial and reviews - because Google Places allows previous customers to review you, using an unbiased rating and review system, testimonial placed here is often seen as trustworthy. After all, it’s in Googles best interests to weed out unscrupulous business owners who like to spend an afternoon creating fake accounts for fake reviews.
Focus on existing clients by creating a trigger. One of our clients, an e-commerce company (no brick-and-mortar locations), buys branded giveaways to ship with every order. Some past orders they made were for jar openers, phone wallets and pens. Their product is a consumable, so having something their clients will keep and use, with their website front and center, gives them the trigger point that keeps clients heading back for more.
You can start with making sure your check out page looks legitimate and secure. Be as transparent as possible and make sure that there are no hidden fees. It’s a bummer for customers to get all the way to the end of the check out process only to be hit with a large shipping fee. Make sure your check out process is optimized from start to finish. The less abandoned carts, the more sales for your business!
Content is king. It always has been and it always will be. Creating insightful, engaging and unique content should be at the heart of any online marketing strategy. Too often, people simply don't obey this rule. The problem? This takes an extraordinary amount of work. However, anyone that tells you that content isn't important, is not being fully transparent with you. You cannot excel in marketing anything on the internet without having quality content.
It’s hard to believe that the Internet is now multiple decades old. Affiliate marketing has been around since the earliest days of online marketing. It’s a great solution for businesses that are risk-averse or don’t have the budget to spend on upfront marketing costs. Use affiliate marketing to build a new revenue stream for your ecommerce or B2B business.
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