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27 Apr
2019

5 Reasons you should be using Remarketing

What is it? Remarketing is a type of online advertising that allows you to recapture the interest of a customer who has previously visited your website. After someone visits your website, remarketing allows you to follow them around as they continue to browse and then position your ads right in

25 Apr
2019

Monitor your Online Reputation with Google Alerts

Promote your brand along with its good reputation on social media and other platforms. However, things get a bit complicated when you have to deal with bad reviews. First, keep a good reputation by being honest, transparent, setting clear expectations for your customer, and by being in business because you

22 Apr
2019

How Much Should I Spend on Digital Marketing?

It is recommended that you invest about 15% to 20% of your monthly profit into online marketing. Internet marketing agency pricing varies, as does the online marketing cost for different strategies and packages. Why do companies engage in digital marketing? Companies invest a lot in online marketing, mainly because it

20 Apr
2019

Are you using Facebook to promote your business?

A Social Media Marketing Industry Report by Social Media Examiner revealed that Facebook is the most popular channel used by 94% of the survey respondents. Twitter follows with 68%, LinkedIn at 56%, and Instagram at 54%. 72% of B2C marketers project an increased Facebook usage more than their B2B counterparts

15 Apr
2019

How Long It Does Take to See the Results of Digital Marketing

This is a frequently asked question. It depends on what you are looking to accomplish and the strategy that you have put together. Are you looking for short-term results or are you planning for next year? If immediate short-term results are your aim, then you should choose pay-per-click advertising (PPC).

14 Apr
2019

Catch More Customers with a Customer-centric Web Design

You’ve done your research, you know what customers want. You worked hard to bring about a good product that you know will solve their problems, *it* is ready for the market and you know the market is ready for *it*. Now the only question is, do you have a customer-centric