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.
We spend a significant time of our day on smartphones with roughly 30 hours a week spent using our favourite apps. This could be to shop, to message or to scroll social media platforms. This is when smartphones provide a great opportunity for businesses to market their product and services to consumers around the area of their business. From a marketing perspective, it is one the most effective mobile-focused tactics you can use, and it’s called Geofencing. What? Mobile phones are like tracking devices, using GPS, Wi-Fi and radio frequency
Did you know that in most countries, more people are searching on mobile devices than people searching on their desktops? If your marketing strategy doesn’t include mobile, you’re probably missing out on those searchers every day. Watch this mobile digital marketing strategy video to learn three ways to make your marketing mobile-friendly. Marketing for mobile is easy with the right strategy! Want more mobile marketing tips? Visit our website here.
Every year, as soon as Melbourne Cup is behind us, it seems like Christmas is here. Holiday marketing campaigns pop up almost immediately with signs appearing in shops, festive banners appearing on websites and promotional emails hitting inboxes – all complete with a dash of Christmas cheer. What does this mean for your business? Well, in the midst of preparing for a hectic holiday season, it’s tempting to play it safe with your digital marketing and stick with what you
Digital advertising is a great way to get in front of customers who are searching for your products and services online, as well as get brand awareness for people who may not know about your business. But where do you even start? Here’s how you can pair two strategies to target local customers quickly and efficiently. Search Advertising: Search ads appear at the top of search results when people look for products and services. These ads make sure that your
Getting your business and your brand in front of consumers is one thing, but how do you win audiences back? That’s back to your website, looking at your products or services again and most importantly having an interest in your business! There are a number of tactics you can implement so that you can stay or get back in front of potential customers. By using these strategies you can really boost your existing marketing efforts by raising awareness for your
Did you know a mobile strategy combined with your PPC could help prospects to discover your business online? Here are three tips on how to optimise your PPC campaign with a mobile strategy: Reach all Devices Let’s face it. People are on the internet all the time, whether they are at home, at work, or on the go. But people aren’t using the same devices to access the internet, or look up your business. 60% of Australians own multiple digital
Geofencing – it sounds like a complex marketing term. But it doesn’t have to be difficult to understand or implement. We’ve answered five of the most commonly asked questions with everything you need to know about this location-based marketing technology. First of All, What is Geofencing? Our top geofencing tactics for small companies provide an effective way, targeting consumers at a hyperlocal level to increase brand awareness and conversions in your area or virtual perimeter using GPS. When a mobile
If I asked you, what’s the one thing you can’t leave your house without – would you say your mobile phone? Most of us are attached to our smartphones all day long and we use these devices for much more than calling or texting. They are now used to access various apps to engage with social media, check the weather, get directions, research our next holiday, transfer funds, play games, book an Uber, shop and much, much more. This
What makes a micro-moment interesting and equally challenging is that it’s not really one moment. In fact, it’s a series of micro-moments that are reflective of how consumers behave today. Why Mobile? Think about it. When you need to find or learn something, do something, discover something, watch something or buy something you reach for your phone. Chances are you’ll find information in the form of a Google Search, how-to video, social media or review site. Mobile has