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6 Tips On How to Improve Your Social Marketing Routine

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These days, social media is an unrivalled platform on which to direct internet users to your website and your business. The more followers you have across the major social sites  – Facebook, Twitter, G+, LinkedIn, Pinterest – the more traffic you will generate towards your website (provided you are creating regular updates and blogs to keep the content fresh and interesting for your potential customers). You need to be doing this daily. It is, of course, essentially free advertising – the only cost incurred is on your time, and if you follow the 6 tips below, it won’t take you very long at all. Read more

4 Social Media Facts that Marketers Should Know

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There’s no denying the power of social media when it comes to getting a brand’s message out there and most digital marketers these days make some use of it. But are you using social to its full potential? It’s never worth ignoring social, as it does offer a decent ROI, sometimes up to three times the amount spent, if the marketer is savvy. Read more

How to Carry Out an A/B Test

A/B testing is a simple enough concept but one that doesn’t quite get the traction that it deserves. Knowledgeable marketers and designers will utilize this practice as it provides valuable insights into visitor behavior and it can lead to an increase in conversion rates. Read more

Post Penguin Guest Blogging

Guest blogging has come under increased scrutiny of late and Google has updated its algorithms to dissuade the practice. However guest blogging does have marked benefits if implemented correctly, so it’s worth understanding the process before attempting it. Read more

How to Manage Your Online Reputation with Social Media

Years ago, before the internet, businesses had little to worry about when it came to reputation. If a complaint was made, then a customer could be given a refund, or offered an apology, and pacified relatively easily. They may go away and complain to their friends and the business in question may have lost out on a few customers, but all-in-all, this wasn’t widespread. Read more