Twitter is moving fast and turning to be a terrific network in reinforcing brands. The network offers excellent opportunities to network and communicate with people over short text messages, of just 140 characters. You can see your brand booming on the platform in real-time by sharing promotional messages, engaging stories and organizing events.
According to Google, 57% of users say they won’t recommend a business with a poorly designed mobile site. Advocating a responsive web design is becoming next big thing in the market. If you’ve been considering a re-design of your site, or have been looking for ways to increase engagement and conversion, responsive is the way to go.
If you own a website, you know how important it is for users to connect with you and your brand. To connect with visitors, your website design should be simple and user friendly. But what if it is not? Should you be opting for a website redesign?
If you’re looking for a simple way to increase traffic to your website and increase lead generation, your best bet is to boost the number of blogs your business publishes per month. Blogging is the most effective way to engage with your audience, establish and retain credibility, support search optimization, and most notably, attract new clients.
Ah, 2013 was a good year. It was the year contemporary enough to add ‘Amazeballs’ to the dictionary, prickly enough to shut down the American government for a few weeks, and audacious enough to televise Miley Cyrus and all her various twerking manifestations. And as expected, social media had a field day with all 2013 has brought forth, both good and bad. As the year comes to a close, we start with the very worst. Stay tuned, because no one was spared.
You’ve got a company Facebook page. You’ve set up a killer social media editorial calendar. You spent a considerable amount of time scouring the web for insightful and interesting content to regularly post for your fans. It might be true that your average Facebook post reaches only 12% of your followers, but even those followers seem to be asleep. What gives? The answer might be a matter of not what you’re saying, but how you’re saying it.