If you’re running social media advertising campaigns, then you know that the key to long term results boils down to one word: optimization. If you want to get the most bang for your Twitter Ads buck, you’ve got to make sure that your campaign targeting is as optimized as it
One of the last things I do before publishing a blog post is a little URL check — I make sure it’s well-optimized for both readers and search engines. It’s one of those SEO best practices that’s actually stood the test of time, left relatively unscathed by violent little penguins and fuzzy-yet-aggressive pandas.
In order to hit lofty lead and customer goals, marketers rely on creating well-optimized site pages, landing pages, and calls-to-action. But what happens when creating those — and optimizing them through some A/B testing of form length, button copy, etc. — isn’t enough?
This post originally appeared on the Ecommerce section of Inbound Hub. To read more content like this, subscribe to the Ecommerce section. The parts of a well-designed ecommerce site are many and varied. All have some of the good elements, but not every site out there has all of
In the first post of this series I explained what cause marketing is, why it’s so popular with companies, and how nonprofits can get started with businesses. In the second post, I covered a basic cause marketing strategy, coin canisters, which has raised some nonprofits millions of dollars.
I remember the first time I had to proofread something. It was my third day on the job at my very first internship — a small marketing agency in central New Jersey. My boss called me over and handed me a 36-page newsletter that needed to be proofed quickly. We had to send it back […]
Blogging is key for driving traffic to your website from search engines and social media channels. It will establish you and/or your company as an industry thought-leader, and you’ll get the opportunity to rank for search queries with every blog post you write. So it’s not surprise letting your blog fall into a rut
Access to so much data has made marketing analytics overwhelming for many a marketer. We have traffic data, conversion data, lead data, email marketing data, social media data … the list goes on. Figuring out what data to pull, and when, is the tricky part. While no two businesses are alike, often they’ll find themselves […]
As a marketer, you’re an extremely busy person. In fact, your hair has already settled in small clumps on the floor after a glance at your task list made you pull it all out. Hopefully you can take some comfort in this: you’re not alone.