In the old days of brick-and-mortar business, people chose a good spot in town, painted a pretty sign, and hoped for foot traffic. These days, there is more competition from online shops, but there are also more tools to help get local traffic into your shop and spending money. So, how do you put your business on the map (literally) so potential customers can find you? The answer is with local SEO.
With the recent events that have occurred with Facebook over the past several weeks, Facebook has decided to make their privacy tools easier to find.
Here are 5 reasons why your business needs content marketing.
Have you seen a significant decrease in your organic reach on Facebook this year?
On January 11th, Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook would be changing its news feed algorithm to prioritize content from “friends, family and groups.”
In this blog, we’ll discuss the most recent change to the Facebook algorithm, how it affects your business, and tips to survive this change.
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April 2, 2018: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
As years go on, more and more marketing techniques are surfacing while others are being thrown aside. It’s true that advertising investments have mostly gone digital, leading many business owners and marketers to wonder if print is dead. However, online advertising needs the complimentary power of print advertising to seal the deal. So is print advertising really dead?
We experienced a lot of creative marketing trends in 2017 like more brands jumping on the Instagram bandwagon and investments in Facebook advertising. But what can we expect in 2018 and how can we take advantage of these new trends?
In this blog, we’ll discuss 3 marketing trends in 2018 and why you should commit to each one of them.
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