Today article is written by Riya Sand. Riya is an inspired writer writing in several areas of expertise. With spending her years working marketing communication, Riya is delighted to work with aspiring small business owners. She is also a part of the content marketing team behind Noria Digital, a digital marketing agency based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Apart from her marketing expertise, Riya always enjoys reading pocketbook, cooking, and traveling. Connect with her on Twitter, @sanderriya.
The digital marketing landscape is constantly changing. The techniques and strategies that used to work no longer do and new ones are always evolving. For marketers to create user loyalty, stay ahead of the competition and boost brand awareness and sales, they need to keep abreast of current trends, strategies, and technology.
This article has been submitted by Patric Bailey. Patric is a professional writer mainly in the fields of mental health, addiction, and living in recovery. In today’s article, he writes about automation on digital marketing.
At one time, there was a widespread fear that robots and machines would replace people. Society almost frowned upon technological developments because people feared their potential consequences instead of anticipating their potential advantages.
Video is one of the most powerful ways to communicate your messages across many and varied audience. And developing an effective course or launching a new promo video for your next product is not always easy.
This article has been written by Andrew from LendEDU – a consumer education website and personal finance resource.
Though running your own business can leave you on the receiving end of numerous perks and benefits, it also comes with many challenges. There are numerous operational concerns that creep up over time, including cash flow concerns, customer service issues, and employee management. However, for many business owners, there’s another, often more pressing and enduring concern – branding.
This article has been written by Louise Marie. Louise shares a passion for creative writing and enjoys being detail-oriented in her work. Working as an SEO specialist and copy editor has increased her ability to meet new challenges with an open mind. A degree in Industrial Technology (Major in Computer Technology) also made Louise “tech-savvy,” and she prides herself on her ability to recognize the latest trends and technologies in the digital industry. She hopes to someday visit many of the best dessert places across the globe. She’s also a proud “parent” to six beautiful cats.
Are you a small business looking to stand toe-to-toe with your competitors – or perhaps even overshadow them? If so, then local search engine optimization (SEO) is essential for you.
This article has been contributed by Whitney Blankenship. Whitney is content Marketing Manager for Omnisend. When not writing awesome content, Whitney is reading up on the latest in digital marketing, ecommerce, and social media trends. Obsessed with pop culture, art, and metal. Powered by coffee. Fastest Googler in the West. Follow on Twitter.
If you are looking to drive more conversions on your company’s website, you can’t simply rely on content marketing or the design status quo to drive sales. Every ecommerce website should use a variety of WordPress plugins that will complete the job toward sales.
Paid search occurs when you pay a company or search engine to promote your company on their website. Paid search can be effective because it’s usually tailored toward your specific audience and their needs.