In my previous article, What Is Online Business Reputation Management And Why Does It Matter, I laid out the principals brand reputation management through your organization's online channels.
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If you are growing your small business, you probably wear more than one hat. Bouncing between accounting, employee management, and day to day operations, can eat up every second of your day. But what about your business reputation? Are you managing your online reputation? Have you developed an reputation management strategy?
Digital Marketing is a blanket term used to describe the art of delivering marketing messages through online digital channels. Basically, we're the people behind those unique experiences you encounter on your phone, desktop, or tablet, for over 4 hours everyday.
Blogging is one of the great ways marketers implement the four stages of the inbound methodology. Attract, Convert, Close, and Delight. Creating unique content to attract visitors, convert into leads, transform leads into customers, and delight customers with content relevant to their business.
Being an entrepreneur is exhilarating and exhausting and both emotions can be experienced within hours or even minutes apart. Typically, I experience these emotions upon closing a new deal and/or walking out of the "breakup" meeting with one of our biggest clients. Both scenarios are unavoidable and every entrepreneur should plan accordingly. Briefly, I would like to share with you why I spend an equal amount of time analyzing and forecasting the loss of a client as I do the close of new business.
In most cases, the first place someone looks for an answer to a question or problem is on the internet. Society's need for instant gratification dictates that it has to have an answer right now. Not in five minutes, not in five seconds. Right now. Building a website for your business answers society's need for instant gratification. Those who are looking for a product you offer will visit your web page. Those looking for a solution will visit your blog – and eventually, your web page.
In most cases, an appropriate amount of time has not been allocated determining marketing goals. Instead, an absorbent amount of time was spent reviewing budgets, allocating resources, approving plans, building the right team, and .......... the list goes on. Without considering, "How do we know if we succeeded or failed?" There are six fundamental questions we always like to ask:
In a Google algorithm update, the search company will be changing the algorithm so that it indexes mobile-friendly sites first. This means that when you build a new site, it should be responsive and the responsive templates should have mobile first index SEO incorporated in it. When people use their phones to search, they may search differently than how they would search on a desktop or laptop. This might include the words “near me” and other location identifiers in search strings.