More than selling a web presence, online marketing combines copywriting, SEO, social media, content creation and more.
Digital – the word brings up so many ideas, simply because of the times we live in. It could mean the Internet you used to reach this post, or the computer you’re reading it on. It could mean a mobile phone, a tablet or a card reader. From a business perspective, it could mean a surge in sales – or a crashing enterprise.
Mobile advertising expenditures have increased rapidly—and for several reasons. U.S-based mobile advertising expenditures, alone, are slated to increase by approximately 55.3 percent this year, alongside online video’s 15 percent raise. Increasing data has determined the predicted rise, revealing mobile advertisement [...]
Whether you call it growth hacking, content hacking or just plain good marketing, it means making your website the best product-selling, business-growing, advocate-building, brand-developing, influencer-making website it can be.
Level343 has always been a “practice what you preach” kind of company. So it shouldn’t be any surprise that I’ve been doing a lot of outreach with other bloggers and companies. The joy of being an international marketing company, however, [...]
I recently had someone offer me an article on search engine optimization, and I have to tell you, I suddenly understood why there are still people who think it's crap. I now get how it could be thought of as less than useless. With no further ado, let me clear up any confusion. This is not SEO:
What’s the difference between a good key performance indicator (KPI) and a bad one? Do you know? How can a metric be good one time and bad the next? –And what do KPIs really do, anyway? We’ll cover this and [...]
Let’s face it, there are too many blogs out there and too many of them suck. The main reason for this is because businesses read that they should have a blog but don’t understand what it takes to make it work for them. T
Repurposing content: to adapt content for use in a different purpose. Publisher: an individual or corporation responsible for the printing and distribution of digital or printed publications. In other words, you.
I’m not going to lie to you - creating and implementing a content strategy is not easy. It's hard. It's hard to start, hard to build, hard to implement, and hard to get right. Why?