Moving forward with the Pinkletter, we’ve decided to select only helpful and relevant marketing resources. These will hopefully prove useful in growing your business. So here it is, a handpicked list of fresh marketing news and tips: the best marketing tips of February 2018.
If you haven’t upgraded your website to HTTPS, don’t postpone for too long. Google announced that in July this year, they’ll trigger a warning on sites that are non-HTTPS, which will have a negative impact on your traffic and credibility. (If you’re not sure whether your website is already using HTTPS or not, contact us).
Learning SEO is getting better and cheaper each year. Search Engine Journal released this compilation of free resources for sharpening your SEO skills. Check it out!
The costs of marketing your business are spread across so many channels. Hubspot is kindly offering these tips and free marketing budget templates, so don’t miss them out!
Are you a seller? Then this should not be new to you. But who knows, you might learn a thing or two, or refresh your memory about the “don’ts” in sales.
Email lists are one of the backbones of reaching your audience (and getting customers). Need help with growing your email list? This business2community article may give you the needed inspiration.
With the AI boom last year, marketers are confident that voice AI will have a substantial impact on future marketing. Check out this article on how to adapt your marketing strategy to voice searches.
Generation Z (born 1995 onwards) are not just interested in screens and memes – they may be your potential clients or employees (or bosses!). Read this to know them better.
This fascinating infographic puts the web into perspective (from a SEO standpoint). Take a look – it may help you better adjust and understand your SEO strategy.
Of course reviews are really important. They’ll make or break your business. But do you know how to get better reviews? This comprehensive article delivers great insight into that.
Not getting decent Facebook engagement? Don’t worry about it. This article teaches us to focus on the end results, not metrics.