The decision between outsourcing or building an in-house marketing attribution system isn’t as clear-cut as you think. Consider these three factors before taking the leap.
When it comes to marketing technology it is important to be ahead of the curve when adopting trends. We are going to look at the landscape of Martech as we move closer to the new year to help you beat that curve. I’m going to give you the top 5 martech trends that will be prominent in 2019 to continue our trends series that Dave Chaffey kicked off earlier this month.
As Facebook seeks to deliver the content its users will enjoy most and find most relevant, organic reach has been on the decline. In fact, some say it is downright dead. This presents a particular challenge for small businesses: You don’t have the same budgets as bigger advertisers to pour into paid posts to compensate.
Here at Wyzowl, we’ve just published the results of our fourth annual State of Video Marketing Survey, and the numbers suggest this is set to be another big year for video — among both marketers and consumers. These statistics were gathered by surveying 570 unique respondents in December 2017. The respondents consisted of both marketing professionals and online consumers.
It’s easy to get stuck in the day-to-day of running a retail business, but finding time to surprise and delight your customers is key to ongoing success. Running a retail business means managing stock, staff and your shopfront. Chances are you’ve got the added pressure of online orders coming in.Then you’re running your marketing campaigns and developing new products. It’s understandable that building a relationship with your customers starts to get pushed down the to-do list. So here are five simple ways to create a great customer experience and keep them coming back:
In case you missed it, Google’s latest algorithm brought about the so-called “Mobilegeddon,” which punished websites who weren’t mobile-friendly. Okay, I may be exaggerating a little, but Google did roll out an update on April 21, which punished any website that lacked mobile-friendly pages by decreasing the site’s ranking in mobile search results. This update may not have been as apocalyptic as the nickname implied, but it is still something that all web marketers who manage a website should be aware of.
The move into 2018 also comes with a shift in digital marketing. New trends are entering the marketplace and your company needs to pay attention or you may be forced by the wayside. With the need to become more visible and reach more customers, the digital marketing of tomorrow offers advancements in emerging technologies as consumers demand a more integrated experience.
Are you overwhelmed by social media marketing? Is all the talk of clicks, tweets, and engagement making you want to scream? For small businesses, social media increasingly is a vital endeavor. Yet, wading through all the headlines and how-to guides can seem like an insurmountable task. Instead, Clutch is here with data-driven findings and tips to help small- to medium-sized businesses increase their social media prowess.
In today’s competitive market, it is almost impossible to succeed in digital marketing without having a well-visited website. Online business accounts for a huge chunk of revenue theses days, and in many niches, buyers prefer to purchase the product with either a cheaper price or best value option. If you want to get a piece of the pie, it is not enough to rely on a website with a nice interface. You must focus on growth hacking strategies, and make yourself visible to Google.
Picture it. A room full of executives from a company you never thought you could land as a client. They’re so engaged in what they are saying that they’re leaning forward in their chairs. The CEO looks poised to ask a question but you can tell she doesn’t want to interrupt your flow. This is the moment content strategists dream of…