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March Digital Marketing Industry Updates

Google AdSense Introduces New ‘Related Search for Content’

Google AdSense is bringing in a new tool to help digital publishers improve site engagement and increase traffic, page views, and impressions. The new feature is called “Related search for content” which works similarly to “suggested content” that users are more familiar with. The way it works is that users are served “Related Searches” that will lead them to other pieces of content on the same or similar topics on the publisher’s website.

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This should help create more relevant experiences for users, as well as help publishers improve their site and app statistics. Google also stressed that this new AdSense feature doesn’t expose user data. As Google is looking to veer away from the use of cookies, the feature instead uses page content to deliver relevant search terms rather than user data. So if you’re looking to activate the new AdSense feature on your website, contact your account manager to help you activate it on your AdSense account.


New Facebook Group Tools to Help Manage & Grow Groups

Facebook Group Admins are getting some new tools to help them manage and grow their Facebook communities. With the rise of misinformation on the web these days, Facebook has taken some steps to help Group admins manage fake news and posts that come into their communities. For starters, Facebook has installed the ability to automatically decline any incoming posts that have already been identified by third-party fact-checks as false information.

Additionally, the “mute” functionality on Facebook groups has also expanded into “suspend”. A suspended user will be unable to post, comment, react, and participate in any group chats or Rooms in the group. These features can be found through “Admin Assist”.

Product mock of automatically declining posts with false information

When it comes to growing your Facebook groups, on the other hand, new QR codes have been added that admins can download and share or copy and paste as they like. When a user scans a QR code, they are then directed to the Facebook Group’s About page where they can put in a request to join.


New Google Vehicle Ads for Car Sellers

According to Google, 95% of vehicle buyers use online sources to do research and find out more information. As a way to help auto sellers gain more exposure and responses, they’ve recently introduced a Vehicle Ads search placement which displays nearby cars for sale.

Sellers that want to take advantage of the opportunity need to create a vehicle inventory data feed and connect it to Google’s Merchant Centre. Search campaigns with the new vehicle ads reported an average increase of 25% in conversions during their testing phases.

Vehicle ad placements are only currently available in the U.S., but Google says that they will be coming out in more countries soon.


Get Ready to Sell Through Twitter Shops

Twitter is currently experimenting with a new eCommerce feature called Twitter Shops. The feature is said to allow brands and businesses to showcase up to 50 items in a shop on the platform. Twitter Shops can be accessed on a brand’s profile page and will direct users to an in-app browser from the merchant’s website.

While still in the testing phase, the inclusion of a shop on Twitter should help businesses maximise their online earning potential on the platform as well as gain more exposure and engagement. Currently, only iPhone users in the U.S. can view and interact with the shops that are included in the testing phase. Once it rolls out worldwide, however, it would be a good opportunity to reach out to Twitter users.

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How to Setup Facebook & Instagram Automated Responses Over the Holidays

Are you worried about missing out on potential business opportunities if you take a few days off during the holiday season?

According to SalesForce, while most shoppers (58%) still prefer to do their holiday shopping in-store this year, 56% are planning to shop online and have their items delivered to their homes, whereas 19% are choosing to purchase online and then pickup in-store or curbside.

Considering that the large majority is now choosing to purchase their gifts online, it might be a good idea to keep your business’ communication channels (if not your store itself) open. After all, holiday shopping can account for up to 30% of all retail sales.

That said, while most business owners would know how to set up automated email signatures to show that they’re currently out-of-office, some might not be so sure on how to set up the same automation on social media, particularly on Facebook.

You don’t need a complicated chatbot to accomplish this simple task. In fact, there are options available on your Facebook and Instagram pages themselves that can help you set yourself up to receive and answer any frequently asked questions customers often have.

To find out how, simply follow the steps we’ve laid out for you below:


How to Set Up Automated Responses through Business Suite

1. Go to Facebook Business Suite on your Desktop

Login to your Facebook Business Suite account and select the Facebook Page or Instagram account from the Business Suite home.


2. Go to your Inbox on Business Suite Desktop


3. Click on “Automated Responses”

You’ll be directed to a page where you can start setting up your automated responses.


A. Instant Reply

This will be the first message that someone receives whenever they message you in Messenger or Instagram. You can set this up as a welcome message, as well as let them know when they can expect a response.


B. Away Message

Here you can schedule set times when you’ll be away to answer any questions. This works best if you schedule these away messages outside of office hours so you can let people know that you’re currently out and can’t attend to their concerns.


C. Frequently Asked Questions

Here is where you can enumerate some of the more often asked questions you get regarding your products and services and give these users a quick and easy response.


D. Contact information, Location, Hours

Separate from the FAQs are these three sections which you can use to give people quick responses on how to contact your business, your business location, as well as your operating hours.


4. “Create Your Own” automated responses

This is a handy section that can help you create quick responses for questions you get that are outside of the sections above. It’s perfect for users that are unfamiliar with how to go about clicking through the automated responses you’ve laid out.

Underneath “Create Your Own” you’ll find “Custom Keywords” and then click on “Create”. Once there, choose up to 5 keywords you want one automated message to cover.

As an example, you could have one automated message to send to people who have typed in the following keywords: prices, menu, charge, and how much.

Note that while these options are available for direct messages coming through Messenger, only the Instant Reply and Frequently Asked Questions are available for Instagram.

One great thing about setting your automated responses before you go off on holiday is the fact that once you get back you won’t have to deal with and sort through a truckload of messages. Instead, you can just focus on the messages that need more personal attention.

This frees you up to also focus on some of the more important things you need to do for your business so that it can start off on the right foot come the new year.

And if you’re looking for someone to help you with some aspects of your digital marketing, give our lines a call. We’ll be more than happy to discuss how we can best help you take your business to the next level.

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How to Find Your Audience on Social Media?

When it comes to digital marketing there’s one major problem that continues to plague small businesses: finding the right audience.

No business wants to put in hours and hours of hard work, only to find out that the people they’re engaging with online are not exactly the people likely to buy their products or services. Therefore it’s important to figure out just who, exactly, your audience is, before you start marketing and posting on social media.

Find supporters for your business, not naysayers. People who will be ecstatic about buying and recommending your products to the point that they become your secret weapon against obscurity online.

That being said, the first question you should ask yourself is, “How can I figure out who my ideal audience is?”

1. Identify the Problem

The most important factor in identifying your ideal audience is to know exactly what the problem you’re trying to solve for them is. It’s not enough to have a general idea of the problem, like “taste and experience good food” or “build better health and lifestyle habits”. Rather, it’s important to really dig deep into your customer’s psyche and analyse what might get them to buy, and encourage them to keep coming back.

We’ve put together a couple of examples of how you can find and dig up your potential customer’s pains:

Fitness Industry


  • No matter the amount of exercise or diet, I can’t seem to lose weight.
  • I’ve tried dieting and exercising, but I always quit half-way into it because it just isn’t fun or exciting.
  • I hate going to the gym. I want to exercise at home, but I don’t have the budget or space to buy big and bulky exercise equipment.

Food Industry


  • After work, I don’t have any time or energy left in the day to cook a healthy and nutritious meal for my family.
  • I want to eat healthier. I have all these recipes, but I’m having a hard time finding out which supermarkets have these ingredients stocked.

In the examples above, there are a variety of pain points that ordinary people experience in their day-to-day lives. If you look closer, then, hidden behind each of these pain points is a possible solution, a product that you can create and offer to your customers.

Once you’ve figured out what pain points your product or business directly addresses, then you have a clearer understanding of who your ideal customer is. This deeper understanding can help you even more by giving you some ideas on where to go out and look for them. What are the brands or businesses that these people support? Where do they hang out (online and offline)? Who do they follow on social media?

Now that you have figured out your customer’s pain points, your next step is…

2. Find Your Online Community

This is where the real work starts. For every industry, there are a definite number of online communities gathered around specific topics, whether that be knitting, woodworking, DIY, photography, food, meal preps, etc.

Facebook Groups

Facebook Groups are a good example of the type of online community that you’re looking for. Because for nearly every niche topic that exists, there is likely to be a Facebook group that gathers around it. Find those groups and join them.

Often these groups are a gold mine of information about your ideal customers. In them, you’ll see trends that are happening, the pains and problems that customers have with competitor products and services. You’ll see people talk about what they love in a certain product, and what features they wish another one had.

Facebook Groups are also the perfect place to get started connecting with your audience. Once you join two or three Facebook groups, start engaging with the content that others are posting. Provide helpful information, tips and solutions to their queries. The more you engage, the more people will recognise you as an authority, as someone they can trust.


Hashtags are still widely used on Instagram and Twitter these days, making them another perfect means of finding your audience. To add to that, the great thing about Instagram hashtags is that once you type out one hashtag on the search bar (example: #fitnessgoals or #fitnessmotivation), Instagram drops a whole list of other relevant hashtags and the number of posts that contain them.

Clicking on a hashtag then reveals to you what people are posting about the topic, and what recent posts are getting the most engagement. The number of posts for each hashtag gives you a general idea of how big the audience is for that topic, and whether or not you should target it.

As a general rule, though, it’s better to go for hashtags that are not overpopulated with millions and millions of posts. Your content is only likely to get lost in a sea of images or posts. Better to target hashtags that have a more niche audience so that your content is more likely to gain greater visibility and reach.

Blogs and Forums

In every industry, there are questions regarding products, services, and options. People seek reviews of popular products and look for recommendations on which one best suits them. A lot of blogs and YouTube channels cover this type of content. And so one thing that you can do is go out in search of these blogs and channels and engage in the comments.

Beware: Don’t start pitching your own business just yet. Instead, be helpful. Provide support. Share your experiences with certain products. Give your own honest opinion.

Platforms like Reddit and Quora are the perfect place to jump in and engage with online communities. Here, a lot of people are seeking answers. They ask specific questions and don’t always find the right answers in the responses. You can be their guiding light.

One script that sometimes works, especially if someone’s asking for recommendations, is to give your honest opinion: “Between the two, I really liked this product more,” and then sneak in a bit of a pitch: “But I still found that it didn’t have all the features I wanted. So I made my own. You can try it out and see for yourself if it’s a better fit for you.”

Finding the right audience for your business is critical for success. It requires a lot of hard work at the start and can take a bit of time. That’s why agencies like Disrupt Digital exist. You can leave it to professionals with experience so you can spend more time growing your business and improving your products and services.

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Using Facebook Analytics To Grow Your Business

With 2.8 billion Facebook users (and counting) there’s a whole world of potential customers out there for you to harness to grow your business. Now that we’ve had a month or so to wrap our heads around the newly launched Facebook Analytics, here are our recommendations for how to grow your potential and active customer base using information generated by the tool:

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Social Media Marketing Management Tips

It’s time to talk about how you can take advantage of social media marketing. According to HubSpot, 80% of businesses claim social media has improved their traffic, but 85% of marketers don’t know how to best amplify their online presence. As this shows, there is huge potential in social media marketing to increase sales, but a lack of understanding on how to do so. To address this, we’ve compiled a short list of tips that can help to save time and improve your analytical results! 

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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. 

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How to Start Planning Your Best Financial Year Ever!

The end of the financial year is fast approaching and many businesses are scrambling to create some last-minute campaigns to increase their revenue.

However, just as important as the end of the financial year, is the beginning of a new one. While it’s always good to finish strong, it’s also important to ‌get a good head start against the competition. This means having a plan already set in place to help you jumpstart and launch your way towards success.

For that reason, we’ve put together a couple of tips on how you can get started planning the new financial year with your team and organisation.

1. Review Your Existing Business and Marketing Plan

The start of a new financial year is always a good time to review your current business and marketing plans in order for you to create a sound strategy moving forward.

As you review your business plan, make sure that it includes the following:

  • Your mission and vision statements
  • What products, packages, and services you’re currently offering
  • Your company structure, including the key staff and leaders
  • An overview of how you plan to make sales
  • A map of your basic customer journey

This quick review of your company’s basics and foundations should help remind and refresh you of the general overview of who you’re serving and what problems your business solves. 

This quick refresher should also help you reexamine and reevaluate your current goals, plans, and offerings and whether you’ve met and accomplished them, and what you’re plans might be moving forward.


2. Review the Past Year and Your Current Status

Before you can set a path for where you want to go, you first have to look back and see how far you’ve come.

Do a review and an executive summary of the past financial year. What goals were established? Which goals were achieved? Are there any areas in your business that you could improve on? This would be the perfect time to get feedback and suggestions from leaders and managers.

Take a day or two to meet with your staff and stakeholders to discuss the following points:

  • A SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats)
  • Does your current organisational structure need to change to better suit the organisation’s needs?
  • Are you setting the right KPIs for your workforce?
  • How have sales performed in the past year? What milestones were achieved?
  • Competitor analysis–what areas are they succeeding in and how can you match their growth?
  • Are there any plans set in place for unforeseeable challenges?

It will take some time to gather all this data and information, and much more to discuss them amongst your leaders. But achieving a good and thorough understanding of how your business has performed over the past 12 months will help you ‌move forward with setting the right goals for growth.


3. Decide on Your Future Goals and Targets

Now that you know where you’re coming from, it’s time to set your sights on the path ahead. 

Think about what projects, campaigns, and goals you want to accomplish in the next 12 months. Do you want to further increase revenue or sales? Is your goal to pay off any business debt? Are you looking to expand, launch new products or projects, or pivot in a different direction?

Take ample enough time to flesh out your goals for your business. Be specific. Set deadlines and timeframes so that things continue to move forward, and clearly communicate these goals throughout your organisation.


4. Create a Plan to Bridge that Gap Between Your Current State and Your Future Goals

Now comes the part where you have to work at bridging the gap between hope and reality. After all, every journey begins with a single step.

To achieve that, you need to do the following:

  • Breakdown each of your goals into several milestones.
  • Set deadlines for each milestone
  • Assign a leader or manager to oversee the accomplishment of each goal
  • Lay out the tasks that need to be accomplished in order for those goals to be achieved.
  • Set KPIs for each of the teams involved

When working on a strategic plan, always involve the key stakeholders to help provide proper feedback and guidance on the best path that you can take. The better you’re able to break down the steps necessary to accomplish your goals, the better. Start with the end in mind, and work backwards to determine how you can get from A to B.

In implementing that plan, however, sometimes you need an excellent partner to help you execute and achieve your goals.

Don’t worry! Because with the help of our digital marketing experts here at Get More Traffic, we can help you achieve many of your business goals for the new financial year through proven expert digital marketing strategies.

We’re passionate about helping businesses all over Australia harness the power of digital marketing to take their sales to the next level. If you’re ready to give traffic to your website the green light and learn how to increase sales and engagement through an always-on marketing strategy, contact the team at Get More Traffic today!

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