There are all sorts of tips, tricks, and techniques to drive more traffic to a blog. They usually involve either paying for it in some way, improving an avenue such as through search engine optimization, or building subscribers. The reality is this – all of these things take time. What doesn’t take time other than the effort that is required to make it happen is writing better blog post titles. The right titles can increase blog traffic. The wrong titles can desperately hurt it. This is an immediate effect.
The holiday season is extremely important for most businesses. Social media marketing is becoming more important to many businesses. When the two meet with a proper set of strategies, magical things can happen.
This isn’t going to be a long post (I know a lot of mine have been too long, lately) but that doesn’t make it any less important. It’s short because the concept is simple. Unfortunately, many are missing out on this easy technique.
Things are changing for businesses who use Facebook for their marketing. It’s no longer a game where the benefits can be found in bulk. It’s actually turned 180 degrees to the point that you’re better off posting a single amazing piece of content on Facebook once or twice a week than a daily post or two that doesn’t really do anything for the brand or business.
There are two very obvious things happening in marketing today. Videos are becoming more powerful methods of broadcasting a business message because of improved technology and faster internet speeds. Strangely, there are still way too many businesses who simply won’t take the leap into the video marketing world.
There will always be business listing errors online. People sometimes do not pay attention. Businesses move or shut down. Some businesses are asleep at the wheel and unscrupulous competitors sabotage their listings. It happens. It’s not surprising that around 20% of the listings on popular sites like CitySearch and Mapquest are inaccurate. What was surprising is that the most accurate data apparently comes from Foursquare.