You’ve heard about how great Magento is, and you’re ready to make it your new content management system (CMS.) That’s a great start, but now what? Just having a site set up isn’t enough for most businesses these days, particularly if you’re planning on providing your visitors with an optimal experience when they land on
Tuesday, 08 July 2014 by Angela
If you’ve started a business Facebook page, then you’re on your way to a good start! That’s the good news. The bad news is that if you don’t utilize your company’s Facebook page properly, you may be missing out on some big opportunities in terms of a very cost-effective marketing campaign. Our clients often ask
If you think social media has exploded to the point that it can’t get any bigger, you’re in for a painful awakening. Sure, Facebook is the first step to finding your way into the social media channels, and Twitter isn’t far behind. Professionally, LinkedIn is just as close to imperative as you’re going to get.
To err is human. To err in marketing is… common. Don’t get caught making the same marketing mistakes again and again. Step back and ask yourself if your current marketing campaigns suffer from any of the following marketing mistakes: Talking About Yourself Too Much: Just because you talk about yourself online doesn’t mean you
Often business owners have difficulty understanding what makes content “like”-worthy on Facebook. To better understand, one of the best places to start is by evaluating your own personal Facebook feed. After all, while you may be working with your business hat on, don’t forget that you are also a consumer, and other businesses are targeting
So you’ve got a great product. You’re proud of your service. You’ve reached out to the social media gods. You’re playing along with today’s technology. This is great! You must be reaping the rewards of indescribable success against your competitors with an amount of business that’s keeping you busier than you can even keep up
Why do Facebook followers choose “Like” or “Share” a page/post? What is the difference and which do you want? It all comes down to the business-patron emotional tie. Think of how you would interact if a friend told you about a local Connecticut marketing agency online.
So you have a Facebook page for your business. You’re keeping it updated with posts and photos. You’re getting “likes” and even the odd share. But is there more you could be doing? When used properly, your Facebook page can work wonders for your business.
Friday, 13 September 2013 by Angela
Facebook is a strong Social Networking tool with the flexibility to post images, messages and updates to be read both online, on mobile devices through apps and by email. With such flexible capabilities, it is not a Social Network to be overlooked. Here are a few tips to help grow your business’ Facebook following and