Zach Heller — October 11, 2017 Follow @zheller — October 11, 2017 3dman_eu / Pixabay Great subject lines are a great problem to have. Problem? That’s right. Stick with me. There comes a time in every email marketer’s life when they craft what seems to be the perfect subject line. They sound out the email, … Continue reading The Unintended Consequences of a Great Subject Line
Sahail Ashraf — October 12, 2017 Follow @BizGrowInsights — October 12, 2017 Okay, who is the most influential and powerful person on social media these days? That’s right, Mr Zuckerberg. He is widely respected, and brutally honest about the state of social media. This is because he basically made it what it is today. And … Continue reading How To Create Video Content That Even Mark Zuckerberg Will Like
Ana Gotter — October 12, 2017 Follow @ana_gotter — October 12, 2017 If you’ve watched any videos on Facebook or Instagram lately, you may have noticed that underneath the video, it will tell you how many views the video got. Not only will the person or Page who posted the video be able to see … Continue reading How Instagram & Facebook Public Video Views Counter Affects You
Kara Perez — October 12, 2017 — October 12, 2017 rawpixel / Pixabay When you’re a small business owner you wear many hats. Maker, promoter, accountant and yes, the face of the brand. When it’s just you and maybe one other person representing your company, what you do matters. How you conduct yourself in public … Continue reading 3 Business Habits to Master As a Small Business Owner
James Cummings — October 12, 2017 — October 12, 2017 Stock photo I’m sure you’ve heard of Google Analytics. It’s a free web analytics tool that website owners can use to track and analyze their site’s traffic. It was released in November 2005 by Google, and is currently the most popular and widely used web … Continue reading 6 Ways To Use Google Analytics To Better Understand Your Site’s Traffic
Jason Davis — September 20, 2017 Follow @weareelement502 September 20, 2017 Some things occur in a room that create an atmosphere so thick, you could cut through it with a knife. When you place designers and data marketers in a room, such things happen. Finding a balance is crucial when doing data based design. Designer Douglas … Continue reading UX Design – Part 2 – Data Based Design
Ana Gotter — October 12, 2017 Follow @ana_gotter — October 12, 2017 We already know that more people prefer to watch videos instead of reading text. But what about text in videos? How much text, if any, should be used? Though the emphasis is on the visual when it comes to videos, the text we … Continue reading How Much Text Should I Use in My Videos?
Mari Kane — October 12, 2017 Follow @blogsitestudio — October 12, 2017 Is your business registered with Google My Business? If your answer is WTF is GMB, you need to get there – quick. Google My Business – formerly known as Google For Business, formerly Google Places – is a tool for business owners to … Continue reading It’s 2017, Why Are You Not On Goggle My Business?
Kristen Buzzaird — October 12, 2017 — October 12, 2017 The schism between sales and marketing departments is a long-standing one that many businesses still struggle to bridge. While there will often be times the two do not agree, it’s incumbent to reduce the rift if a business hopes to compete, accelerate growth, and increase … Continue reading Reducing the Rift Between Sales and Marketing
If your email creation process happens at the pace of a sloth, it’s time for a change. Columnist Mary Wallace outlines four steps to help you streamline and improve communications with your target audience. Mary Wallace on October 12, 2017 Think of a sloth. Yes, the sleepy, slow-moving mammal with long limbs and hooked … Continue reading 4 ways to revamp your email creation process