Amplify Your Brand’s Visibility
Over the years, Google has developed a complex formula in determining which results will be shown in the over 3.5 billion searches that are conducted each day. One of the factors in the equation is online reviews, with 10% of the score attributed to the quantity and quality of reviews your business has obtained.
First and foremost, it’s important to understand what a landing page is before we go into depth about how to create one that is ready to convert. A landing page is a page visitors land on after clicking an ad or a link. Sometimes a landing page is different than any other page on your website and sometimes not found in your website’s navigation. When running paid ads, like through Google AdWords, landing pages are used to push visitors to complete an action such as a purchase. Each landing page should be related to the type of ad it is linked to. For example, if you’re ad is trying to get the visitor to purchase a watch, then your landing page should be about buying watches.
In the early part of 2017, Facebook started rolling out a new feature for business pages. Business pages are now able to use a cover video, instead of just a static cover photo. Since Facebook’s algorithm focuses on engagement, and the popularity of online video content is steadily increasing, this feature provides businesses with a new opportunity for their digital marketing strategy. The change was gradual, so not all business pages saw the video feature immediately. It took some time, but by the end of the 2017, all pages had the video cover feature.
Like much of America, you probably watched the Super Bowl and the numerous commercials that accompanied it. Here at RSA there were quite a few that stood out to us, but today we’re here to talk about Squarespace and Wix. They both sound like a pretty good deal, right? Drag and drop your photos, type your text, and boom, you’ve got a website with low monthly fees. Good for your business and your pocketbook, right?
Websites are a crucial piece of marketing and branding efforts that bridge the online communication between customers and small businesses. Visitors go to a website for a specific reason; so, it is important for a small business to use their site as a resource to answer a customer’s question and sell a product or service
Reputation: noun – the belief or opinions that are generally held by someone or something.
In the business sense, reputation is the collective representation of multiple customers’ image of a company built up over time. 68% of consumers say positive reviews make them trust a local business more. Considering these numbers, which are on the rise every day, managing your business’s online reputation should be an important part of your marketing mix.
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