The goal of marketing and digital marketing has always been the same: getting and keeping the audience's attention. Every year, new technologies are released and existing technologies get smarter, forcing customers to continue to be bombarded with marketing at a faster and faster pace each year. We have identified some digital marketing trends for you to look out for in 2019. ..
New trends and technologies are entering the market place and the move into 2018 comes with a shift in digital marketing. We would like to share what we think will be some of the major marketing trends to look out for in 2018. ..
Remarketing lets you show ads to people who've visited your website or used your mobile app. Once a visitor leaves your website (without buying anything)
they will see these ads while browsing the web, watching YouTube videos or reading news sites. ..
Google and Facebook together are currently taking 20+ percent of the world's advertising budget across all media. Before we look at the various strengths and features of Google AdWords and Facebook Ads, it’s crucial to understand the primary difference between the two advertising platforms.
Most small to medium businesses are involved in online marketing to some degree these day. Some of the more common methods being Website Development, SEO,
Social Media Marketing, Email Marketing, Google AdWords and Facebook Advertising. ..
According to a recent study by VentureBeat, email has the highest ROI of any marketing channel available. Standing out with your campaigns is more important than ever as 38% of consumers claim to receive more than 40 marketing emails per week. The subject line is your brands first impression. It’s crucial to get it right. To help you succeed we listed a couple of tips in this blog post. ..
Digital marketing is defined by rapid social media changes, accelerated prominence of video content and constant technology upgrades.
As we kick off 2017, it’s a chance to regroup and to develop new strategies to propel brands forward in the upcoming twelve months.
Google uses about 200 ranking factors in their algorithm. Domain name, domain age, keyword use, tag (h1, h2, h3 ,..) , content length, uniqueness of content, SSL certificate, number of pages, multimedia, social authority, site speed, use of google analytics and webmaster tools, to name but a view … ..