Thanksgiving is over, but the Holiday season is only just beginning. Meanwhile, we’ve prepared a fresh new batch of marketing tips you can sink your teeth into while waiting for those special end-of-the-year days. Take a look at our top marketing and business tips for this month.
There are many ways to market your business. In the online world, SEO is one of the biggest marketing strategies every business owner should at least be familiar with. And if you put them in practice, that’s even better.
Did you know that 35% of email recipients open emails based on the subject line alone? Thus, spending more time to craft a witty and more captivating subject line may pay off nicely. Check out these funny email subject lines that would likely pique your prospects’ interest.
Most of your inbox contains automated newsletters that you generally ignore. But that’s not to say you can’t make your own newsletters stand out, and have your recipients actually enjoy reading them. Here’s how you can do that.
Videos dominate social media in terms of engagement – even on Instagram – but decent ones are not so easy to make. The good news is that you don’t need to spend thousands of dollars or countless hours on them! Follow these tips for efficient video creation.
Sharpening your digital marketing skills can help you take your business to new heights. If you haven’t honed those skills yet (and your time and budget are tight), don’t be alarmed. Check out these digital marketing courses you can take for free.
To get the most out of Instagram, you need to know the latest trends and usage behaviors, and how to factor them into your process. Take a peek at this new report from Quintly to see what’s working right now on Instagram, as we head into 2019.
Facebook Live is a great way to attract more engagement and brand exposure. More than 100 million hours of videos are watched daily across the globe. But don’t take this fact for granted – follow these tips to broadcast quality Facebook Live videos.
A great PR campaign can take your brand or product to a different level in terms of publicity. Considering your first PR campaign but you’re a little apprehensive of the outcome? Consider these tips before launching that first PR campaign.
Great employees who truly add value to your business can be hard to come by. If you’re looking for some fresh ways to round up one or two worthy new employees for your organization, see these practical suggestions from experienced business owners.
Not getting satisfactory traffic, bounce rates, and conversions on your website? Then one important thing you need to do to find the “pain points” is a website audit. Learn more about the benefits of a website audit in this article.