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5 must-have tools for a successful digital marketing campaign

5 must-have tools for a successful digital marketing campaign

by on July 12, 2020

Since the inception of the internet, digital marketing has dominated the marketing domain across the world.

Today, digital marketing is used all over the place and its impact can be felt across all digital platforms, be it blogs, web, social media, mobile applications etc.


3 ways to promote your website and get real results

3 ways to promote your website and get real results

by on July 9, 2020

Promoting your website is essential to the success of your business. The days of "build it and they will come" are long over.

Competition for website visitors is fierce, so you need to use promotional strategies which get real results. Here are three ways you can promote your website using free tools.


9 ways to use Google Plus for business success

by on March 7, 2015


Nine tips for offering exceptional customer service on social media / Tracy Foster, founder, ONA

by on April 10, 2014

From Forbes : Here are nine tips for offering exceptional customer service via social media:

No matter how prominently you display your customer service email address or phone number, customers are still likely to ask questions, share success stories, or file complaints on your social media channels.

Whether it’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Google Plus, or Pinterest, consumers are interacting more and more frequently with brands via social media. Even if your marketing team and your customer service team don’t currently overlap, incorporating customer service best practices into your social media strategy is essential. 


“Being found in search engines amounts to free marketing and who doesn’t like something for free” / Jeff Bullas’s Blog

by on September 29, 2013

Is Google Plus Important for Search Engine Optimization? - Jeffbullas's Blog

Is Google plus important for search engine optimization? Being found in search engines amounts to free marketing and who doesn't like something for free.


56 Ways to market your business on Pinterest / Beth Hayden

by on March 24, 2013

image of pinterest logo

In case you’ve been living in a mountain cave in Bhutan for the past few years, Pinterest is a relatively new social networking site that allows users to create online image collages, then quickly and easily share those collages — called “pinboards” — with other Pinterest users.

It’s fun, easy, and catching on like wildfire right now.


The rising popularity of Google Plus opens new avenues for marketing / Thomas McMahon

by on February 7, 2013

Thomas McMahon is a writer who focuses on inbound marketing and white hat SEO practices. To pay for his expensive shrimp addiction, he writes for Page One Power, a relevancy first link building company.

In late January of this year a surprising statistic for many people was announced by Global Web Index. In the report, GWI showed that Google Plus is the second largest social platform in the world. As you’ve probably joked about, or at least heard the punch line, Google+ has been hounded ever since its release in June of 2011 as a flop, embarrassment, and failure. People are quick to call it a “ghost town” where there is little interaction.


Promotion methods that attract more eyeballs to your blog

by on November 26, 2012

The meta description and keywords are in place.  The tags and featured image are all set.  You’ve completed your post and hit publish.  You’re all done, right?  Wrong.

You’ve spent the time to research and write a post, but you’re not going to promote? Without promotion, your post will inevitably be stuck in mud.  Too many people make this mistake.  You can see it in the number of shares, or lack thereof.  After publishing, it’s time for the icing. It’s time to promote your post.


Pinterest drives more traffic than LinkedIn and Google Plus / Jeff Bullas

by on February 18, 2012

Do you ever feel a strong urge to update or check Facebook?

Is the desire to Tweet overwhelming and you have this compulsion to “Tweet” for no particular reason?