Category Archives: Marketing Strategies

Give Up the SEO Dream?

14
Dec

It’s time to give up the SEO dream. You know, the one where you rank in the first position on Google and Bing for every conceivable keyword and phrase related to your product, service or published material. But if search engines didn’t exist, would your enterprise? Yes. And here’s how.

Read Full Article Here: http://www.websitemagazine.com/give-up-the-seo-dream


6 Dos & Don’ts for Better Content Marketing

02
Nov

Hey, your blog looks great! And those videos certainly add the finishing touch. Congratulations!

Now what?

Is it really enough to create your own content, push it out to your list, and wait for sales to boom?

Read Full Article Here: http://www.inc.com/6-tips-for-content-marketing


Google+ Launches Tools for Businesses

31
Aug

After a private beta test period, Google is releasing on Wednesday a suite of business tools for Google+ users.

The tools are available for free through the end of 2013, but users will then need a paid subscription to Google’s cloud-based software for businesses, Google Apps, for continued access.

Read More: http://mashable.com/google-plus-for-businesses/


How to Get to Your First 1,000 Users

27
Jun

So you’ve got an idea for the next big thing. Awesome! How are you going to get people to know you exist?

http://mashable.com/2012/06/27/startup-guide-1000-users/


Content Marketing

09
Feb

Marketers Who Share Content Drive Traffic, Gain Customers [INFOGRAPHIC]: http://bit.ly/wt8ETL


What’s Next for Digital Coupons?

19
Jan

What’s Next for Digital Coupons?: http://bit.ly/xlncV6


Ten steps for a successful QR code campaign – The Globe and Mail

13
Jan

When used properly QR codes are a great new marketing tool. Find out how to create a successful QR code campaign

http://bit.ly/Ah8vmS


Google Will Change Web Marketing in 2012

22
Dec

Google Will Change Web Marketing in 2012

http://bit.ly/t7tdGY


If I don’t know you, why would I buy from you?

18
Nov

E-mail marketing – when is the last time you responded to unsolicited email? You know junk, spam, and !x8*9!!!

Why is everyone convinced that it works – when we all delete and ignore anyone we don’t know.

Related articles