A webinar with Larry Kim is always a special treat. Each one is like a unicorn, full of magic and wonder (and top notch memes). But when Steve Rayson from Buzzsumo jumps in for a co-presented webinar, well, you’re looking at a unicorn with a double rainbow.
“Get in loser, we’re going shopping.” - Regina George, Ph.D.
Every day, more and more people are turning to their phones to do their shopping, and many apps are making it even more convenient to do so. Shopping on mobile can literally be done in the palm of your hand, without having to wait in line or fight through the crowds of other shoppers.
Books are valuable sources of knowledge, but unfortunately they’re static. If you’re a marketer, relying on only books to educate yourself will leave you at a distinct disadvantage. In addition to books, you should be reading digital advertising blogs, too.
When was the last time you adjusted your advertising strategy? If you can’t remember, it’s probably been too long.
You’ve heard the saying. “A picture is worth a thousand words.” It’s become a cliché, but it still rings true.
As mobile use continues to grow, pay per call has never been more integral to a successful advertising campaign. With consumers preferring calls over email to the tune of 75%, it’s more important than ever for marketers to be on top of their pay per call game.
If you had a phone in the time before “Do Not Call” lists, chances are, you had your dinner interrupted more than once by a telemarketer trying to sell you something you probably never needed.
The beginning of any project or task can be a scary endeavor. Now imagine if that endeavor involved investing your money. Then you go from scary to terrifying.
Website makeovers are a labor of love. You spend hours pouring over new layouts, color schemes, fonts, code, and content. Weeks, maybe months go by, then one day you’re ready to share your “new baby” with the world. You excitedly relaunch your site only to find traffic has drastically dropped off.