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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Considering the significant growth of social media, brands need to get in front of customers where they are. With 362 million monthly active users, companies can no longer ignore the importance of effective Twitter marketing. This social networking app can be an incredibly powerful tool to help promote your brand, attract new customers, interact with existing customers, introduce special offers and to keep an eye on your competitors.
With so many people using the app, the sooner your brand gets into the swing of Twitter marketing, the better. Planning an effective marketing strategy often seems like a real challenge as Twitter is a very busy environment. All types of companies (and individuals) seem to use it in some shape or form and you can too with these simple tips.
Getting your digital marketing strategy just right is often challenging but it’s something that every business needs. Once you see what it involves and what it can do for your brand, it will certainly be worth the effort. Considering the effect of globalisation, the increased number of competitors and the internet providing customers with more products, easier and faster; brands without a sound digital marketing strategy will likely fall behind.
As we’ve discussed before, successfully managing a digital marketing strategy requires frequent revisions to keep ahead of the curve. Technology keeps evolving and brands must keep up with all the latest trends to ensure they develop successful marketing tactics. Regardless of the product or service offering, your business needs a digital marketing strategy keeping in mind these four trends.
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.