Mobile Marketing has taken over the digital marketing space. More and more consumers are searching for businesses from their phones and tablets, and marketers are adjusting their online presence for this shift away from desktop searching. If your business has not got a mobile marketing strategy in place, you could be missing out on a lot of customers! This infographic will walk you through how to jump start your mobile marketing strategy today.
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) is pivotal for getting qualified leads to your online store and ranking your website high on search engines. Almost 40% of all traffic to eCommerce sites come from search engines. SEO also helps engage users, drive more traffic to your website and convert more leads. In this article, we have laid out a few SEO strategies with the hope to help you rank your eCommerce website better on search engines.
What’s the first thing you do when you want to know, go, do or buy something? That’s right, you Google it! The Search Engine Results Page, or SERP, that is displayed for your query can feature up to 17 types of results. That’s a lot of content, and presents several great opportunities for businesses to reach potential new customers through Search Engine Advertising (SEA) and Search Engine Optimisation (SEO).
Digital marketing has evolved so much that today, any size of business can leverage it to drive success. The best part is that it doesn’t demand an arsenal of expensive tools and big budgets to see results. With digital marketing, you can create brand awareness, increase your online presence and drive customers to your business. It doesn’t matter whether you own a restaurant, plumbing business or a dental clinic, ultimately the goal is to acquire new customers, and you can find them online with basic digital marketing. Here are a few tactics we’ve outlined that will work well for a small business like yours.
The world of digital marketing changes fast! As technology evolves and consumer tastes shift, businesses must adjust their marketing tactics and strategy to align with what’s happening in the world around us. This means that even if you were seeing great success with your strategy at the start of last year, the same tactics might not be the right fit for you now. Let’s walk through what you should be doing in the worlds of content marketing, social media, and SEO to connect with consumers in the current market.
Have you ever wondered what prospective customers are seeing about your business when they search for you online? With Search Engines providing more and more personalised results, it can be difficult to understand how you really look online unless you’re armed with some serious technology and a lot of time. To help you begin to understand your businesses’ online presence, we’ve put together this infographic, taking you through a 5-minute web presence check!
Many businesses have been shut down for a while due to the outbreak. As restrictions slowly begin to ease, businesses are gearing up to reopen and resume providing their products and services. To help you navigate this transition, we have compiled four marketing tactics that should be included in your marketing efforts when re-opening your business.
For many of us right now the situation is ‘business not as usual’. To make sure consumers are kept up-to-date with when you are open, what products and services you’re currently offering, and how you are keeping your employees and customers safe, we’ve created an online presence checklist for businesses. Complete the steps below to update your website, Google My Business listing, and Facebook business page to ensure customers are getting the right information when searching for you online.
Local businesses across the country and world are facing many challenges due to the outbreak. Let me assure you that our team at ReachLocal are here to support local business owners to keep up and adapt these constantly evolving changes. Here are some quick tips that we believe can help your business stay above the surface during the crisis. 1. Communicate Change A great way to ease anxiety during times of uncertainty is to be open and transparent when communicating with your employees, clients and the community. Most importantly, it is essential to maintain your customer relationships through the most effective
A person leaves you an unhappy review of your product or service online. What do you do? Do you lose faith in your business, or do you end up ignoring the customer and their review? The number one thing is that you should never ignore them! Online reviews work a lot like word of mouth referrals. Consumers are likely to read others’ experience with your business before betting their money. 90% of us read online reviews, and usually, the top six reviews help determine our buying decision. You need to understand that no business is perfect, and you’ll never be able to please everyone. Receiving negative