Millions of people follow Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and the number is growing every day. Via these social platforms, people are tuning in to see what the candidates have to say, whether Clinton and Trump’s platforms align with their views. People are invested in the Clinton and Trump brands.
The second page of the search results is pretty much a death sentence for your web page. Almost no one goes to it.
Ask most marketers about the state of digital advertising, and they’ll tell you it’s come a long way. From the rise of mobile to the seemingly inevitable virtual reality takeover, digital advertising is advancing. But, there’s one area where it’s still lacking: fraud detection and prevention.
There are so many reasons why a business should invest in a pay per call advertising campaign, but one of the biggest reasons is this: consumers want to to connect over the phone. Plus, you see immediate returns with pay per call that you don’t necessarily see with PPC.
Gone are the days when a business could succeed on foot traffic alone. Now 63% of consumers look up product information online before purchasing. If your company isn’t online, how will people know about your product or service?
How many times have you read a blog post or watched a video and couldn’t recall what it was about? Probably too many times.
Pay per call advertising is booming. People are picking up the phone and calling companies. And the catalyst behind the boom: mobile search.
For a small business owner, marketing might be the last thing on your mind. You have a business to run, after all. Depending on your business, you might have to:
Today there are over 2.3 billion people active on social media. They’re sharing content and images, and employers are watching.