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We can learn a lot about online marketing by observing the habits and strategies of other businesses: what works, what doesn’t work, what encourages engagement, and more. The cookie masters at Oreo have a very active, engaged, and hungry audience. Even if you’re not a cookie connoisseur, there’s still a lot that we can learn from their strategies on Instagram.
Inconsistent branding across social media platforms can cause people to become confused, lose trust, and even wonder if they’ve found the right organization (or not). That means you need to be intentional about the image your organization presents online. Let’s look at some ways to make your social media branding consistent across all the platforms you use.
LinkedIn is a hidden gem for people who want to grow their sales / business. There is a universal truth in business – people do business with people they know, like, trust, and value. LinkedIn, used properly, allows you to find prospects more quickly and shorten sales cycles greatly by using this mindset.
Let’s look at a specific method of using LinkedIn to get more business.
You’ve done it. You’ve been hearing forever that email newsletters are great, and you’ve finally sent out your first email newsletter. Or maybe you’ve been sending it out for months now, and you’d like to make some improvements. Or, let’s face it, you may hate your own email newsletter. Whatever the case, let’s take a look at four ways you can quickly improve your email newsletter.
An email newsletter is a great way to keep in contact with existing and potential clients on a regular basis. But, with all of the options available, it can be hard to figure out what your newsletter should look like, what content should be in your newsletter, or even where to get started. Here are 9 tips you can use to make sure you have a super email newsletter.
July 21, 2015 by Tim Priebe
When social media first came onto the scene, there was little effort put into tracking how effective it was. While it’s still all about relationships, now there are plenty of metrics that you can measure. Ready to get started tracking your social media efforts? Here are three things you should consider tracking and work on improving.
Individuals who are in charge of marketing for their business or nonprofit frequently approach me for advice when redesigning their website. They have had a site for years, but decided for various reasons the time is right to start over again. The question I get time and time again is, “What should I consider when redesigning my website?”