Archive for October, 2013
Google’s inaugural tweet, back on Feb. 26 2009, to kick off what would become one of the most symbiotic relationships of the 21st century was binary code for, “I’m feeling lucky.” Just as quickly enterprising marketers were finding ways to take advantage of the traffic generated by Google’s search engine, and from this effort sprang SEO.
Some 88% of consumers age fourteen and older either browsed for or researched products using an internet search engine. Now realizing what a large subsection of internet searchers, search with Google has even more real implications. In 2012 approximately two-thirds of all searches began at google.com
In short, Google was and remains to be head, shoulders and knees above the competition.
Now, with the market established how can a company tap into it?
That answer is simpl
Most people would safely assume that there are no shortage of small business tips for success that people can read up on. As an October 8 article called “Tips for a Successful Business” on Patch.com pointed out, there are new marketing tips for small businesses coming out all the time. No matter what kind of business someone may be running, there are a few universal facts that could easily benefit everyone.
Invest in Your People
One of the best small business tips for success is to have good people working for you. Unfortunately, a number of people with a professional business plan miss the part where they should do things to keep them. If a working environment is hostile, uncomfortable or is not able to pay a competitive wage, they will probably experience a high rate of turnover. One of the best tips for small business owners is to create a fulfilling working environment.
Go Viral Online
Before you finish writing up a business plan, think about h
Internet marketing is not the only thing that can bring in more customers, but it is fast becoming the way that people choose for determining what they will or will not buy. Hardly anyone reads hardcopy anymore and somewhere around 92 percent of adults in the United States perform at least one internet search every single day. People are increasingly using internet search engines to research products online. That is why they matter so much.
Search engine optimization and achieving strong search engine rankings cost somewhere around 61 percent lower than outbound leads. That is why inbound lea