If you’re asking yourself “I am only a small business, do I really need a website as well as a Facebook page?” then this blog is for you!
First thing is if you think a website alone will bring in business, you’re wrong! For a small business a website is more like a brochure, it’s a simple but very effective way of showcasing your work/products as well as defining your brand and business values. Continue reading →
Digital advertising is the quickest way to get your business found online. Whether you have a physical shop or an online business, if you don’t appear in people’s search results, they won’t know where to find you. People may even be driving past you to get to a competitor that has shown up in their search results.
A properly managed digital advertising campaign can be a fast and efficient way to drive new leads and sales to your business, but which online advertising strategy should you use and when? The following tips will help you work it out.
In the world of Digital Marketing we often accuse people of chasing ‘shiny things.’ New platforms, software and technologies appear at such a rate that devoting equal time and importance to each of them is an impossible task unless you have a staff of hundreds of people with nothing else to do. Picking the right development to commit time and resources to is a key part of success not only for Digital Marketers but also for the businesses they work for or advise. We all recall how many people thought Social Media Marketing could never compete with PPC. Who thought separate mobile websites would beat Responsive Web Design. Marketing Automation is a technology that has been around for a long time and because of this there are many misconceptions about it. Continue reading →
1. Who wants to know how much an online review is worth?
The power of social sharing and online reviews has been highly disruptive to the practice of reputation management. Access to a huge amount of information, opinions and experiences is at the fingertips of anyone with an internet connection. Both solicited and unsolicited feedback now finds a huge audience. The changing nature of reviews as they’ve moved online has required us to step back and re-evaluate what we know about our customers.
Despite what some naysayers thought 3 or 4 years ago it’s become clear that Social Media is now a core element of Digital Marketing. Whether it’s simply maintaining a brand presence, creating brand awareness, utilising a Social Media platform for Reputation Management or simply to show off your product it’s undeniable that Social Media provides a whole host of advantages.
Simply ‘doing Social Media’ isn’t quite as simple as just setting up a Facebook Page or Twitter Profile for your business and posting about your products. There’s so much more that can be done and there are a few things that you really should avoid. Continue reading →