Your content marketing strategy influences how you reach your audience.
If you don’t have a content strategy, now’s the time to create one.
Conversion rate computation is a common practice when it comes to monitoring performance in businesses. If you want to determine how many leads have converted, you simply divide the total number of conversions by the total number of leads.
What if one of today’s hottest marketing moves was a real “blast from the past?”
Two years ago, the idea of an email newsletter sounded downright archaic. After all, didn’t those things die out over a decade ago? Now, however, email newsletters are more popular than ever before.
How did these newsletters become popular again, and why does it matter for your business? Keep reading to learn whether an email newsletter is a good fit for you and your business.
This could have a significant impact on Twitter usage, and the way you build Twitter audiences moving forward.
Among its various experiments and tests, which are part of its accelerated development process after years of relative stagnation, Twitter is working on a new option which would enable users to share their tweets with selected audiences, as opposed to all of their followers with every tweet.
What if you could have better customer trust and loyalty directly at your fingertips?
Businesses often spend many years trying to cultivate that trust and loyalty. Unfortunately, many businesses overlook the best way to achieve this goal: crafting a quick response to every customer e-mail.
Customer engagement is a key element for success in any business. Your email campaign should promote your brand and engage your customers. As a business owner, you may not have much time to worry about email marketing. But if your customers aren’t opening your emails, you’re missing out on one of the most powerful marketing tools around.
Change is hard. In a world where it seems like the next big thing is just ‘round the corner every day, there’s comfort in holding on to the old way of doing things. It’s part of the human condition, and history is littered with examples of people who weren’t able to recognize—or capitalize on—trends and events as they happened.