According to a poll taken by InfusionSoft, nearly one in five small business owners do not use any type of digital marketing. Almost 49% who do their own marketing cited a lack of time as a significant factor for making an effort to engage in consistent digital marketing. As we’ve seen in 2020, people staying
Many business owners make the mistake of just letting reviews happen. The truth is, you can boost your brand awareness through the use of reviews on various platforms. Here are some easiest ways to get reviews for your company:
It’s easy to get caught up in marketing your business with blog content, search engine marketing, non-toxic backlinks and other fine-tuning that every online marketing effort needs. One thing you shouldn’t overlook is the power of local marketing, and we’re not just talking about Google Business listings. It’s also about making your brand the one
One of the roughest parts of having a small business is the lack of a budget for marketing. It is not uncommon for payroll, stock, and overhead to eat up the budget. Here are five easy ways to market your product or service that won’t break the bank. Newsletters Still Work If you don’t have
No one has to tell you it is essential to stay current on trends in your niche market or industry. The practice goes beyond hitting social media or Google News for what’s trending. You need to hone the skills for predicting the directions your chosen market is heading. Ask Your Customers Social listening and paying
One thing small to medium businesses can agree on is there are barely enough hours in the day to run your business, much less update your website, keep track of the latest SEO trends. And then there is the task of online marketing to drive traffic to the site and social media brand recognition duties.
It’s great to have visitors coming to your website, but you want clients. If you have a decent traffic flow and the sales are not happening, it might be due to a lack of targeting. Let’s face it; the days of creating content to get indexed in Google is gone. And that’s not a bad
It is becoming more and more apparent that Google is aiming to no longer be the middleman in user searches but rather the end destination. That that and other changes that occurred this past year, here are some trends for SEO that are likely to affect rankings in 2020. Don’t Freak Out About Zero-Click Searches