Rob lives and breathes Social Technology, Social Media & Mobile Marketing. He will show you how to use them to improve many areas of your bottom line, not just Marketing!
He’ll show you how to enhance and protect your reputation, whilst generating increased sales, reduced costs and improved customer acquisition and retention.
Recognised as an expert in reputation management, digital and mobile marketing, Rob is a professional speaker both in the U.S. and across Europe. In addition to consultation services, including the “12 step process to achieve Social Proficiency” programme, Rob also coaches, trains and provides implementation services to help business owners, organisational leaders and their teams.
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So you’ve written your first few blogs and your website is up and running but now comes the tricky part. That’s right, it all comes down to driving traffic to your site and online content with search engine optimisation (SEO).
While SEO is not rocket science, it does require some planning, research and understanding. If you don’t apply proper SEO strategies to make your site ‘findable’ (indexable), nobody will even know that you exist. In this article, we take a closer look at some SEO terminology and how to implement it.
Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising is one of the most measurable forms of advertising but it only works with effective copywriting. PPC ads allow advertisers to track an advert’s activity from the moment a lead clicks the link through to conversion.
PPC ads were first small text ads with static images but a lot has changed since the early days. Today, you can include animated images, multiple products, videos and much more into your paid ad. It is, without a doubt, one of the fastest and most direct ways of driving qualified traffic to your website.
Online reputation management is becoming increasingly important for businesses around the world and the way you handle yours is pivotal. Putting it plainly, online reputation management (ORM) means taking control of online conversations between your business and potential customers.
While one should never expect bad things to happen, anticipating certain situations is a given. In business, things break or need tweaking which you can fix later but that approach doesn’t work for your online reputation. You should always give your company’s digital presence enough time and attention before a crisis hits.
People give feedback in different ways and when handled incorrectly, could harm your business. Many new and existing customers rely on online reviews from other customers when buying products and for that reason, it is essential to maximise positive reviews without ignoring negative ones. You need to handle negative reviews in such a way that it won’t put others off. Here, we look at four ways in which you can protect and improve your business.
LinkedIn needs no introduction as it’s one of the largest social networks for the business world. It has nearly 600 million users globally and that number is only going to grow. Video is the fastest-growing format on LinkedIn along with original written work, shared news and other content.
Considering that fact, LinkedIn has taken a serious step forward in video. They have launched LinkedIn Live video which gives people and organisations the ability to broadcast videos in real-time to select groups or to the entire LinkedIn world.
Initially, LinkedIn Live will be on an invite-only basis where they will first launch a beta version in America. In the next couple of weeks, LinkedIn will post a contact form for anyone who would like to gain access to this feature. At the moment, though it is not clear whether LinkedIn Live will be made available to everyone but it might be a possibility.