Search engine marketing attempts to increase visibility and relevant traffic to a brand’s website primarily through paid advertising (PPC). It goes hand-in-hand with organic SEO and can be extremely effective for increasing website traffic. With more consumers researching and shopping for products online, search engine marketing has become even more crucial.
You may recall that we looked at SEO in Part 1 and Part 2 of the blog series. Today, we hope to shed some light on search engine marketing and how to best implement these strategies. Continue reading →
The marketing funnel has changed and it is no longer about selling things but more about helping us do things. Generating leads is different than it was a few years ago as businesses don’t find customers anymore, they find you! Your blog and social media content attracts customers to you so quality content is once again in the headlines.
If you want to maximise the potential of your business, you need to consistently attract and convert more customers. The only way to achieve success is with thorough research, planning and an effective marketing strategy. It all comes down to building an automated marketing funnel and we’ll show you how to get started. Continue reading →
Modern day marketing is mostly data driven, especially in terms of Digital Marketing. And with the ability to measure, track and attribute everything, there really is no reason to do anything ‘on-the-fly’.
Web analytics tools, for example, collect and report data on how people interact and engage with your website. Understanding these metrics enables you to identify your most effective marketing channels and help you gain a competitive advantage. Continue reading →
With so many digital marketing options, what is the secret to reaching online success? How do you effectively increase leads and sales?
Paid search advertising offers many benefits and gives your business the chance to remain top-of-mind with potential customers. This includes new visitors interested in your business or those who have already visited but not yet made a purchase. Don’t assume that customers who never converted on your site are lost opportunities; perhaps they just weren’t ready to engage. But if you don’t do anything to get them back, they may never return. Continue reading →