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The Team
12/16/2021

December Digital Marketing Industry Updates

Store Inventory Now Searchable on Bing and Bing Local Local businesses can now list their available inventory on Microsoft’s search engine, Bing and Bing Local. Using Local Inventory Ads (LIA), as well as product ads (non-LIA), Bing collates information on your online shop’s available inventory and lists it on their search engine page results. Bing… Read More »

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Jade Fitzpatrick
12/16/2021

Why You Shouldn’t Pause Your Ads Over Christmas

You might think there isn’t much of a point in keeping your Google Smart Shopping ads running over Christmas, but pausing them could have catastrophic impacts on your business. Okay, so maybe it’s not that bad; your business isn’t going to collapse, but pausing your ads really can have adverse effects on your brand, forcing… Read More »

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The Team
11/24/2021

Give them the Feels! The Power of Emotional Marketing

Are you a music lover? Imagine standing in line to buy tickets to the greatest concert ever. Or, if it’s more appropriate, imagine standing in line outside of an Apple store at 5:00 A.M. just so you can be one of the first to purchase the latest model with some game-changing features and updates. The… Read More »

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The Team
11/23/2021

November Digital Marketing Industry Updates

New Google Features Coming to Increase Privacy and Security Several new features have been recently released by Google recently that focus on increasing security for its users. These features were rolled out to celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness Month. These updates include Security Hub for Pixel devices, VPN expansion to new countries, and an HTTPS-First Mode for… Read More »

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Jade Fitzpatrick
11/22/2021

Top Google Shopping Optimisation Tips For Christmas

Can you hear the jingling of bells and the sounds of Mariah Carey defrosting after 11 months in hibernation? That’s right, Christmas is right around the corner, and the team at Get More Traffic are here to make sure your business is ready to boost your traffic and maximise your sales over the most wonderful… Read More »

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Jade Fitzpatrick
11/22/2021

SEO Tips For Local Contractors And Tradies

Getting a first-page Google ranking shouldn’t be a struggle, but if you’re unsure how the whole process works, you might encounter some difficulties. Here at Get More Traffic, we work closely with businesses to help improve their online presence, increase traffic and leads to their websites, and see results in sustainable and quality growth. At… Read More »

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October Digital Marketing Industry Updates

Google Updating Mobile Search Results Experience Google’s search results pages for mobile are undergoing a massive shift. Google recently announced that they are introducing continuous scrolling for mobile search, so that instead of clicking through to the next page, or “See more results”, the behaviour is more likely to mimic how users experience scrolling through… Read More »

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The Team
10/18/2021

Two Main Things You Need to Make Your eCommerce Site Convert

The global eCommerce market is growing, mainly due to the events of the past year, as well as the increased usage of smartphones and tablets. In fact, this 2021 it’s expected to total $4.81 trillion, wherein $3.56 trillion of which is projected to come from mobile eCommerce sales. That said, it’s becoming increasingly important to… Read More »

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The Team
10/04/2021

5 Ways to Set Yourself Up for Google Shopping Success

Over the past year, consumer behaviour has transformed. In 2020, online shopping in Aussie households grew by 57%. In fact, out of 2.3 million low-frequency online shoppers, 52% were spending more time shopping online in 2020. These shoppers were said to have purchased items online at least 10 times between March and December of that… Read More »

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The Team
09/27/2021

How to Grow Your Brand On A Small Budget

While big brands like Google, Amazon, or Apple continue to dominate the consciousness of many people across the globe. Big companies with big budgets are often difficult to emulate or follow, especially for small businesses. But let’s not forget that there are millions of businesses in Australia and New Zealand that create two-thirds of our… Read More »

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18/07/2022

Video Helps 95% of Sales – Are You Missing Out?

Is there a video ad or commercial that stuck with you so much that you’d never forgotten it even after several years? How about one that turned you into a loyal fan of a particular ‌brand or product for years and years to come?

Video marketing has definitely changed over the last couple of decades. Back in the day, much of marketing and branding content was consumed through the radio airwaves or between your favourite TV shows. These days, most companies make use of content marketing and online advertising to target potential customers on search engines and social media.

The use of online video marketing has become so prevalent that more and more companies and marketers are leveraging off of its rise and popularity. In fact, a recent survey by Brightcove showed that 95% of business-to-business (B2B) consumers agree that video places an enormous influence on their decision to make a purchase. About 85% of B2B buyers would choose to watch a product demo video rather than read about it through a blog post or article.

If your company has yet to dip its toes into creating marketing videos, here are some important reasons you should seriously consider doing so.

 

1. Video Marketing Helps Buyers Make Purchasing Decisions

Would you believe that 97% of B2B buyers surveyed claim that watching a video has helped them form a sense of trust in a company’s ability to deliver on its promises? In fact, 88% of the B2B buyers surveyed have consumed a company’s videos in order to learn more about their products and services.

This is where content marketing comes into play for most companies, because not just any type of video will help you capture leads and conversions. According to the survey, some of the most viewed types of videos they consumed in the last three months include:

  • Product review videos
  • Product demos
  • Tutorials & training
  • Educational videos
  • Brand stories
  • Customer testimonials
  • Thought leadership interviews

Many of these types of videos can be considered branding content. This just means that the videos made are not going for the hard sell. Rather, they are attempting to educate viewers about their products and services. This type of content marketing helps create authority and trust for the brand by showing off their expertise to their audience.

This brings us to our second point.

 

2. Video Marketing Helps Establish Trust & Authority

Building trust and authority is one of the most important things a company can do for their business. In fact, it’s these two things that turn a window-shopper into a paying customer. Building trust, however, requires an audience that’s willing to listen.

When it comes to learning about a company or its products, Wyzowl discovered that 73% of people would much prefer to watch a video rather than read a text-based article. In fact, only 11% of people would choose to read a website, article, or blog post. If you’re reading this right now, you’re part of the minority.

Additionally, the Brightcove survey shows that 93% of B2B buyers say that watching a video has helped them form a sense of trust in a company’s ability to deliver on its promises. In Wyzowl’s survey, 88% of those surveyed said that they were convinced to buy a product or service after watching a brand’s video, while 78% said that watching a video ‌convinced them to download or buy a piece of software or app.

This means that the messaging contained in your video is extremely important. Whether your video contains testimonials, tutorials, or other forms of branding content, what’s important is that you’re able to acknowledge their pain points, and convince them that you hold the solution to their problems.

 

3. Video Marketing Improves Leads & Sales.

A huge 87% of marketers say that video has helped them increase their traffic. In fact, in the same survey 86% of marketers say video has helped them increase leads, while 81% say that it has helped directly increase sales.

Video marketing is not going anywhere either, as according to HubSpot, YouTube is the second most-visited website in the world wherein 2 billion users watch about 5 billion videos on average per day.

 

Maximise Your Video Ad Exposure with Our Digital Marketing Experts at Get More Traffic

There are tremendous opportunities in video marketing and content marketing these days, and those opportunities only seem to be growing. Digital marketing and advertising, though, takes time away from you managing and running your business. Let our digital marketing experts here at Get More Traffic help! Whether you want to run your video through Google Ads, YouTube, or Social Media, we can help set you up and get started climbing that ladder towards online success. Contact the team at Get More Traffic today!

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31/05/2022

The Ultimate EOFY Checklist For Your Small Business

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know the end of the financial year is approaching. That means it’s probably time to get your social media marketing in order. But if you really want the end the financial year on a high note, there are some things you’re going to want to do. Below is our ultimate EOFY checklist for small businesses, guaranteed to help you end the financial year with a bang!

Get More Traffic’s Top 10 EOFY Tips

At GMT, we’re helping you get ready for the EOFY. That said, here is a checklist to help make the preparation just that much simpler. 

Review And Coordinate Your Accounts

Do you have any outstanding debts or vice versa? Say you’ve paid for Google Ads in Australia but your account is overdue or maybe you’ve provided a service to someone else who now owes you. Use this period to get on top of what you’ve paid to others and what they’ve paid you. You’ll want to make sure you pay vendors any money owed as well. Sorting all this out means you won’t have to worry about it being taxed next year. 

Keep Records And Back Up Your Data

You’ve heard the term, ‘I’ve got receipts’, and well there’s no hard evidence like proof of purchase. Additionally, we recommend backing up any crucial files or data onto a hard drive independent of your computer. You know, for safe measure. Trust us, if systems fail you’re going to thank yourself for being so proactive. 

Review Your Insurance

While you’re at it, you might as well review your insurance policies for any updates. Doing so will allow you to determine if you’re still on a package that’s right for you and your business. It’s also a great opportunity to update your insurer on any change in circumstance. 

Conduct An Audit

Count and recount your inventory so you know exactly what you have and what you need. Doing so will allow you to match what’s on paper with what’s on hand. 

Use Your Calendar

Planning is key so make a note of all your upcoming due dates, including by when you need to lodge your tax returns. 

Lodge Your Taxes

In Australia, the ATO expects you to lodge your taxes on or before October 31st so we recommend getting ready early. Organise your expenses and other tax deductions so you can have your return ready for submission sooner rather than later.

Rectify Bookkeeping Errors

With the financial year ending, you’ll want a fresh start going into the new year. We recommend going through your bookkeeping and identifying any transaction errors on your bank accounts and credit card statements.

Implement And Update Management Software

Management software makes keeping track of your inventory, finances, and other business assets easy. While we also encourage you to check all of these things manually during this time, implementing and updating your management software will save you time and resources in the long run. 

Prepare Financial Reports

Running financial reports helps point out where your business rests financially. Additionally, they’re fantastic for helping businesses outline and plan their budgeting. There are three financial reports you’re going to want to run this financial year and every subsequent year after. They are:

Balance sheet
Cash flow sheet 
Profit-and-Loss (P&L) statement

Prepare For The New Year

If you’re reading this checklist, you likely want to get on top of everything before the new financial year rolls around. By doing so, you’ll be able to figure out how your company performed over the past year and make an action plan for the future. Take a look at what worked and what didn’t and look for areas in which you can improve. Set goals and establish timelines to help you stay on track. 

Make The Most Out Of Your Social Media Marketing With The Specialists At Get More Traffic

Is your website a highway at peak hour? Because boy, you’ll be getting a lot of traffic with the help of our digital marketing experts. One of the leading digital marketing agencies in Brisbane, we’re passionate about helping businesses all over Australia harness the power of social media marketing to take their bookings to the next level. So, if you’re ready to give traffic to your website the green light and learn more about marketing, contact the team at Get More Traffic today!

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