The handwritten note: it’s almost become a lost art, hasn’t it? It’s time to revive this practice. Here’s why.
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Using content to drive targeted traffic is one of the main goals of search and content marketing strategies. There are marketers who are interested only in doing what’s enough to pass off as a good job, but clients are more interested in quantifying how organic search marketing is driving conversions (read, revenues).
Given these trends, marketers are becoming more interested in how best to convert traffic from organic search, which is the next natural step following organic SEO strategy. For bigger structured organizations, search marketers will probably pair with team members that have various specialized skills to design effective landing pages. In smaller organizations however, marketers must rely on their knowledge and a few tools to do the same.
Learn how organic SEO and content marketers can effect traffic conversion by analyzing, understanding and leveraging page-level metrics, options and testing.
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We love fall activities like football and apple picking. Of course, the chillier air means you need to approach your favorite outside activities a bit differently: no more flip-flops and tank tops. Instead, it’s time for cozy sweatshirts and custom jackets that promote your organization while you’re having fun.
Here are some of our current favorites.
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You’ve decided to invest in some promotional calendars (good idea!), but now you need to choose between pocket calendars, desk calendars, and wall calendars. Here’s what to keep in mind as you weigh your options.
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Tick tock, tick tock. Have you given any thought to marketing your business next year?
Marketing plan development can feel like a daunting task, but if you approach it knowing there’s no one-size-fits-all solution, then that should help ease some of the stress. Taking the time to think about it now (as opposed to January) will also help.
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Small Business Saturday 2015 is a month away (11/28). Are you prepared? It’s not too late. Here’s what to do…
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Following the biggest names on social media can be fun, but you can also learn marketing strategies from these social media rock stars, including what to do…and what not to do.