Social media has become a very important part of any digital marketing campaign. Understanding the different uses of social media for your particular industry is key when investing time and resources into your online marketing.
Everyone has heard of online marketplaces and almost everyone has used one at some point in their lives. Whether it’s purchasing gifts on eBay, buying tickets on StubHub, or using some other form of e-commerce, there are a wide variety of online marketplaces out there.
Every entrepreneur has a goal in mind, whether it be the freedom or lifestyle that a successful business can provide. But did you realize that this could be achieved by starting and running an online microbusiness? The various types of models include online retail, self-publishing, blogging, online training, web apps, niche sites or affiliate sites. Based on your skill set, resources, and comfort level of risk, there is a fit for everyone.
What if you could get already converted, ready to buy visitors to your eCommerce website or portal for a fraction of the cost of using other methods online? Would you be interested in learning more? I bet you would! More traffic creates opportunities for more sales and more sales equals more MONEY.
In the wake of major retailers dominating the online landscape, many smaller organizations find it hard to capture the audience needed to skyrocket traffic and viral attention to survive in the digital age.
Think of a Snippet as a digital flyer for our business partners’ products or services. A snippet is an online sample promoting a specific product or service.
You’ve probably heard this proverbial saying before: “Do what you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” Unfortunately, as many people enter the workforce after college, they realize that this statement couldn’t be further from the truth.
Business blogging is not a thing of the past, it’s a thing of the present and the future. There are millions of blogs and blog posts across the Internet and it’s not an option to start one, it’s a requirement.
It has been said football remains the perfect synthesis of mass marketing and mass media.
It’s a new year, and as always, digital technology is still rapidly evolving. As online content and devices become more sophisticated, businesses are under pressure to adapt