How is web marketing changing as communities organize themselves, and how do consultants help clients become aware of the leverage available to them without seeming like troublemakers.
Sweat Equity usually means trading work or expertise for a good or service. If you are an expert in your domain, and willing to listen, there are many opportunities online to grow your business just by participating. This post offers a technological boost to the idea to streamline the process, minimizing the time you must spend and letting you focus your energy where it counts.
SEO, Blogging, and PPC are at the top of marketer’s priorities for the next 6 months hinting that companies are becoming more familiar and comfortable with new media as a prime directive. In addition a shrinking emphasis on the corporate brochure site provides hope that reaching out to the customer has finally arrived as a marketing technique.
A new study of over 1000 Americans reveals that 93% believe a company should have a presence in social media, and that Social Media is a major shortcut to hard-to-reach demographics. So why do companies still avoid social media participation?
It can be hard to come up with a social media best practices document to use in your organization, but the reasons to do so are compelling. The Blog Council has published the first version of an evolving document that can really help you get started.
I’ve been asked lately for some examples of link bait headlines. Well, a quick scan of WebMD’s “most popular” stories should give you a good hint about the types of headlines and articles that work. People ‘voted’ these up honestly, without an agenda… and there are insights here… Web MD Most Popular Stories 41 Ways…