If you have a well-built, optimized profile, Twitter can be a valuable tool for poaching leads and conversing with potential new clients. But with over 317 million daily active users, keeping track of everyone you interact with can be tricky.
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was just one tool to run every aspect of your business? Then you’d never have to worry about balancing your expenses, scheduling out your employees, ordering more products, or keeping tabs on your customers. You’d be able to sit back and enjoy all the spoils of the business you’ve worked so hard to create.
Social media can be a great way to connect with prospects and eventually turn them into customers, especially Twitter.
“Millennials” is a term that usually leaves a bad taste in the mouths of those saying it. It’s a term synonymous with lazy, narcissistic, and unmotivated teens and young adults. And there are plenty of memes to back up those beliefs.
2016 brought about quite a few changes to digital advertising, including the death of side ads on Google and the introduction of expanded text ads. PPC is going strong, and the competition is higher than ever.
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.
Small Business Saturday is the one day of the year where customers are encouraged to support their local businesses by “shopping small.”
There’s no denying that there are tons of advantages to SMS marketing. One Google search will show you that. But what about the disadvantages?
For smaller businesses, the craziness of the holiday shopping season means that, unlike Buddy the Elf, it might not be your favorite time of the year.
For small business owners, going up against the larger corporations might seem like a futile endeavor. They’re bigger, richer, and more people have heard of them; it seems as though they have all the power.
People like images. They’re easier to understand, and our brains process the information we see in images more quickly. Plus, images make potential consumers more inclined to read your content in the first place.