A landing page is a web page designed to focus the attention of your audience member, get her thinking about the right things, and convincing her to take action.
Your brand strategy is how, what, where, when and to whom you plan on communicating and delivering on your brand messages.
What’s the first task of every marketer? To grab the Attention of our potential customer.
Does Your Customer Want What You’ve Got to Offer? It’s your job to create an attractive offer. It’s the prospect’s job to say yes or no.
After months of rumors, Facebook today unveiled“Instant Articles”, a program that natively hosts publishers’ content in its app’s News Feed so users don’t have to click out and wait for websites to load.
“Pinterest” You’ve seen tons of articles raving about it. How it’s driving more traffic than anything in the known universe. How you need to be “pinning” and have “pinnable stuff” or you’re going to fail at this magical new social network. How it’s the greatest thing since, well, the last greatest thing.
Once you’ve got a Pinterest account, you can create online collages (“boards”) for different topics you’re interested in, and then add images and videos to your boards by “pinning” them (the equivalent of using glue sticks on old-school vision boards, but faster, slicker, and considerably cooler.)
Some people refuse to learn anything about SEO because it changes all the time.
Which it does … sort of.
For the most part, what changes is the way that Google chases down and weeds out spam.
A simple definition of SEO – search engine optimization in 2015 is that it is a technical and creative process to improve the visibility of a website in search engines, with the aim of driving more potential customers to it.
Say what you will about hackers, they are a smart and diligent group of people,
constantly creating new strategies for scamming or corrupting your computers,
networks, and websites with various types of malware.