Posts Tagged ‘marketing’

How to Create a Marketing Strategy to grow your Business using LinkedIn

By Published 23 February 2015

LinkedIn boasts a community of over 332 million business professionals (as at November 2014).

I’m sure many you have a profile on LinkedIn and are maybe not sure what to do with it? Or how to make LinkedIn work for you.  Well you’re not alone. I come across many people in this situation who are unsure how to use LinkedIn to their best advantage. (more…)

Why are you still hiding your business?

By Published 18 December 2014

Don’t you want to be found online? Isn’t that the whole point of being online?

You’ve paid your hard-earned money to have one website amongst millions of others and if you’re sat there, happy and content with your snazzy, fabulous website in your arms then that’s fantastic. But if you actually want people to notice your business online then you don’t stop at just a website. (more…)

Overwhelmed with Email Marketing? Here’s 3 Tips to get you started

By Published 28 October 2014

Do you find yourself overwhelmed when thinking about your email marketing campaigns?

What I would like to explain to you in this blog post is that email marketing doesn’t have to be difficult or painful. It’s a powerful tool that (when used correctly) can be automated for your benefit but if you don’t know how to use different email marketing strategies, you can’t expect good results.

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Ways to keep your business relevant

By Published 3 September 2014

If you care about your company’s future, it’s important to pay attention to emerging trends and get a head start on the next big marketing craze.

In the evolving world of content marketing, change is good.

So good in fact that according to research by the Content Marketing Institute this year, 93% of B2B (Business to Business) marketers and 90% of B2C (Business to Customer) marketers use content marketing.
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4 Steps to Reach your Target Audience

By Published 29 August 2014

It’s a question that every business should be asking itself, because without an audience, your content can’t have any impact. You need to sit down and really think about who your audience is; if you were them, how would you want to be approached?

Where would you spend most of your time online?

What would make you care enough to listen to what your company might have to say? (more…)