Google already offers several great ways for small businesses to market themselves, including Google My Business, Google Posts, Google Analytics, and Featured Snippets. Over the last few months Google has added several more features to help small businesses tell their stories, attract new customers, promote their products and services, and increase engagement.
Two of the biggest and fastest-growing online trends are social media and video. Worldwide, the average user spends 135 minutes per day on social media, and a lot of that time is spent watching videos. According to a forecast by Cisco, by 2021 video will account for 82% of global internet traffic.
Your know what your website is about, but how do you quickly and accurately communicate that information to search engines and internet users? Reading the entire page should answer that question, but there’s a quicker way to get the information across: meta tags.
The holiday shopping season is upon us. If you sell products on your ecommerce website, are you ready to make the most of the holiday season by offering a great shopping experience to new and returning customers? According to Deloitte’s annual retail holiday sales forecast, holiday ecommerce sales will be up 17%-22% over last year, and online sales are expected to reach $128-$134 billion.
No matter how great your website is, it won’t do anything for your business unless people visit it. According to HubSpot’s 2018 State of Inbound report, 61% of marketers say generating website traffic is their top challenge. If your website traffic is lagging, or you just want to increase the number of potential customers who come to your site, try these 12 methods for giving your website traffic a boost.
Is your social media marketing strategy working? The fastest way to find out is with a social media audit. A social media audit will give you a comprehensive overview of all your social media marketing efforts, enable you to keep track of key information and performance, and help you identify opportunities for improvement.
Chatbots are a hot topic in marketing, and for good reason. Chatbots have revolutionized how businesses interact with their customers—providing instant support for a fraction of the cost of a human customer service agent and enabling brands to engage more deeply with their target audiences. Here’s everything you need to know about what chatbots can do, and whether they make sense for your business.