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One fairly easy way to increase website traffic is to simply rethink your website’s keywords. By incorporating appropriate keywords and keyword phrases you can get a lot more mileage out of your search engine rankings.
Did you know that multi-tasking actually decreases a person’s IQ? Find out more about how multi-tasking can harm your business and how to help.
Social media mishaps happen all the time. Who hasn't said something on Twitter or posted a status on Facebook that they later regretted? What is being said about your company on social media sites can be much more damaging.
You have a great website, stunning email campaigns, billboards all around town and a killer brochure…but they all look very different. Are these mismatched marketing tools hindering their effectiveness? I say, “Yes they are!” And here is why.
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Does this sound inviting? It is “Social Networking”, something that is considered in today’s world a solid component for any marketing strategy. Pencil me in for some networking right now.
Just like there is no one silver bullet to marketing success, there is no magic bullet when it comes to building an email contact list. The goal is to avoid SPAM and to get those customers or potential customers to open, read, link to your site and then buy! Some simple steps for success are at your fingertips.
Successful marketing in 2010 is so far different from what was traditionally taught as marketing and the key is the web. Take a look at that business website if it was designed more than two years ago, and get on the internet marketing bandwagon for success.
Foursquare? Hopscotch? Playground games for those of us who grew up, ahem, before the millennial generation. For those of us reminiscing about drawing those four boxes in chalk on the blacktop, get ready to redirect your synapses! The power of location marketing via applications like Foursquare is driving social media marketing to new heights. How can you get in the game?
corecubed's MOST Program Administrator, Marissa Snook, examines the return on investment of direct mail marketing and email marketing. Which method is right for your company? Read below to learn what she found and how it applies to your business.
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You’ve got a great product and a fantastic story to tell. You know who your customer is and you know exactly what you want to tell them about your company and why you are the obvious best choice in your industry. Now, how are you going to get them to sit up and take notice of you? You need focus the spotlight on your business so that your client can find you easily in the crowded marketplace.
Does your marketing and branding reflect the story of your small business? The public face that you give your company can offer rich details and background that intrigue your target market and draw more business to your organization.
Your business, like a young caterpiller, will go through many stages of growth before taking flight. Who will help your business grow and spread its wings?
If a potential customer doesn't know your exact web site address, how are they going to find your business on the web? Chances are, if your site isn't optimized for the search engines, the customers will find your competitor's web site rather than yours. Did you know that only 32% of Internet users will read to the bottom of the first page of results when performing a search? (iProspect) Only 23% of searchers go to the bottom of the second page of search results, and the numbers drop for every page thereafter. And as technology changes, getting listed on the first page of results will only become more important as searches will be possible in places like your television, phone and music players.
Search engine optimization is not for the faint of heart, as the tactics to get listed on the first page of results seem to require an understanding of a whole new language, but by understanding a few basic components of search engine optimization and with a strategic Internet marketing partner like corecubed, you can be well on your way to staying ahead of the competition and getting higher rankings in search engines.
If you don't brand yourself, others will. The fact is that the general public is already creating impressions and drawing conclusions about your company, and thus your brand. That alone is a big enough reason to make certain you are portraying an image that will benefit your company and living up to customer expectations. If you are a small company, branding becomes that much more important in a crowded marketplace. Creating positive and memorable positioning of your product or service in the minds of current and potential customers will help you to rise above the competition.
corecubed can help.
Having a skilled media relations professional who understands branding and the best ways to communicate your key messages is crucial. corecubed communications has experts on demand who will help you create and implement a branding strategy. We specialize in integrating your business needs with the best strategies for success using marketing+design+PR to provide business communications that sell. Our team of marketing and PR professionals provides quality services that are unsurpassed at any agency price.
Our strategic marketing communications capabilities range from strategic planning to full implementation of marketing and public relations plans, including total design across all media. We can fulfill all of your communication needs.
Have you ever tried to sell a freezer to an Eskimo?
What about life insurance to a five-year-old? Roast beef to a vegetarian? An umbrella to a friend living in the Sahara? Flea spray to a woman with no pets? A parachute to the captain of a deep sea fishing vessel?
To successfully negotiate these sales would be a nearly impossible effort. Why? Because they all have one thing in common. In each situation, the merchant would be trying to sell something the prospective buyer doesn't want or need. She'd be marketing her product to the wrong people. Eskimos don't need freezers – and what would a sea captain do with a parachute? Jump off the nearest island?
It would be foolhardy to attempt these sales. In essence, it would be as if the merchant had forgotten one of the most important rules of marketing: knowing the customer.