When it comes to digital marketing, we have the answers! Below is a list of questions frequently asked by various people, business owners and marketers. We have compiled this list based off of the questions that we are often asked by our clients and the questions that are commonly asked online and on social media.
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We all know someone who rolls their eyes at the mention of the word ‘blogger’. A lot of people may be of the opinion that blogging is pointless or that they are above such a millennial-centric trend or some people might even think that writing blogs is easy and that anyone can do it. In actual fact, these assumptions couldn’t be further from the truth. HubSpot’s Ultimate List of Marketing Statistics for 2019 states that marketers who prioritise blogging are 13x more likely to have a positive ROI. However, blogging can be difficult, and almost no one gets it right the first time. Below are some common blogging mistakes that you should avoid:
Search Engine Optimization is a strategy utilised in digital marketing to rank your page as highly as possible in search engines. Basically, you’re trying to be best mates with Google. Off-page SEO relates to external factors such as social media attention and other websites providing links to your page. On-page SEO factors are those which are directly related to your individual pages- and which we have more control over. Below are 3 of the main ways in which we can optimise our websites using on-page SEO:
From YouTube stars to YouTube ads, video marketing and online adverts can be used to promote just about any business, product or service. Below are 7 statistics that should inform and inspire your company’s very own YouTube marketing strategy:
The web is awash in content. The amount of competitors vying for just a minute of your eyeballs is staggering. This is why amplifying your content has become so important, and we are going to show you how to do it!
Social marketers have for years understood the importance of scheduling posts to most effectively generate leads, but one platform refused to get on board. That was until February when various third party scheduling apps announced that direct publishing was now available on Instagram.
With over 100 million daily users and over 400 million snaps sent each day, there’s no doubt that Snapchat is taken the social media world by storm, but what does this mean for marketers?
A Survival Guide
As we have mentioned before, the Facebook Apocalypse is upon us. Another algorithm has been introduced that will prioritise content from friends and family while professional publishes will be pushed to the sidelines.
Your organic reach may begin to decline, but not to worry! Below we have prepared five simple social media marketing strategies to help navigate the End Times.
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It seems bleak for social publishers on Facebook. In January, Facebook announced drastic changes to its news feed algorithm, prioritising content from friends and family. This was done in response to fake news and poor-quality content populating the social media juggernaut.