As with every piece of content that you write, the content you curate must have value. I’m sure we’ve all, at one stage, thought that there has to be an easier way to collecting links and images that may, someday, prove valuable to us. Well, there is, and for each skill level, so every marketer should make use of these content curation tools because they will make your brand/business/company more trusted and reputable.
Chances are, if you’re a small to medium (SME) sized business owner, you will be aware of, and probably have, Google Ads up and running. You might even have an SEO campaign. Couple these with a reliable, easy-to-navigate website and I actually want to shake your hand – well done! However, I’m here to tell you that there is still more you could be doing to optimise your ROI. It’s called Google Shopping.
Running a small business is not always a walk in the park. You can be faced with limited time and a restricted budget for marketing and sales tactics. As a result, it’s easy to focus more on simply running your business while pushing any promotion tactics to the background. One of the best things about creating a website for your business is that it’s low-cost, easy to maintain and implement online marketing and SEO strategies. Regardless of the size of your business, it’s still possible for you to obtain an effective online presence. We’ve got some simple and low-cost SEO tips for your small business to help get you started!
Founded in 2006, Twitter quickly became one of the top social networking sites for individuals and businesses alike. However, it wasn’t until 2014 that they introduced Twitter analytics, a useful tool for measuring and boosting your impact on the platform itself. On the homepage of Twitter, click on your profile image in the top right corner to show the drop-down menu and select analytics. From there, we can show you some great reasons to start using Twitter analytics to improve your content.
At Get More Traffic, we understand the pressure that the Australian market puts on young and new entrepreneurs. The struggle to stay afloat is one we’ve been helping our clients face for many years now and although we operate on a transparent basis, we believe it’s important for our clients to have some basic knowledge of how to develop their marketing campaigns themselves.
Perhaps the best way to market your business on a limited budget is by improving your customer experience. Happy customers aren’t afraid to sing your praises. Despite the tech revolution we’re living in, word of mouth is still the ultimate form of marketing.