Learn today: 1) How a single post on Lifehacker turned into a US$3 million in glasses sales, 2) A list of 23 words that will get you more leads and sales, 3) One of the biggest SEO tools list available today, 4) How to get your AdWords advertisement showing up on the first page of search results, 5) Valuable business insights from an interview Hubspot had with Shopify’s CMO Craig Miller.
Discover today: 1) How to use your first $100 for retargeting advertising, 2) The importance of having a live chat on your website, 3) Non-SEO tactics to increase traffic to your website, 4) Why SEO and content marketing work so well together, and 5) Some key Twitter trends for 2015.
Ok. So we realized that our standards are high and we’re not going to settle for just any insights. We want meaningful insights in order to maximize our results and create the best digital campaign possible. And we’re going to do this by utilizing the best marketing intelligence tools in the market. However, we’re not going to just utilize them — we are going to exhaust them of their resources and gain everything we can from them.
We will discover today: 1) Some great tips for your Facebook ads from a team that ran roughly 4,500 different ads in the past 12 months, 2) the ultimate (really) local SEO audit guide to boost your local business to the next level, 3) why and how to use exit overlays pop-ups to catch leaving website visitors, and 4) how cleaning and redesigning the category page allowed company to increase sales by 106.26%.
Today you will discover: 1) How to use Follow to build well-thought out, converting banner ads also by looking at your competition 2) a list of easy-to-pull growth hacks — and tools for implementing them — that will help you with increase your email list, improve conversions, and more, 3) a part-1 guide to help you develop a plan to boost website traffic and online visibility, and 4) an interesting series of techniques to use in order to gather customer insights.
Not all startups and small entrepreneurs have enough money to be spent on advertising these days. However, those who do have reasonable funds to invest should carefully think about what to write on their banner ads, to make sure that the ads achieve high CTR (Click Through Rate), and from people who genuinely are interested in discovering more. Follow can help you do that.
Twitter Ads platform has recently opened to anyone the ability to target tailored audiences. You can now upload a list of @usernames or emails, build your advertisement, and Twitter will run that ad against the group of people you uploaded. Find below a strategy that will help you find the right audience for your marketing message.