Category Archives: Customer Attraction

Twitter is changing how conversations happen based on user behavior and conduct

The company says it will use thousands of behavioral signals to filter search, replies and algorithmic recommendations. Amy Gesenhues on May 17, 2018 rvlsoft / Shutterstock.com In its latest attempt to improve the health of its platform, Twitter says it will be modifying the way conversations happen based on the behavior and conduct of users … Continue reading Twitter is changing how conversations happen based on user behavior and conduct

12 Common Reasons Why You’re Not Attracting Customers to Your Website

Amanda Strouse — September 9, 2017 — September 9, 2017 Your business has a new, fresh website that you love. And that’s great. (If you’re not in agreement with that last sentence, click here.) But your business needs more than just a website. Potential customers have to find your website, feel a need for what … Continue reading 12 Common Reasons Why You’re Not Attracting Customers to Your Website

Attracting the Right People is More Important Than Your Website Features if You Want Things Shared

by Graham Jones July 29, 2016 Follow @grahamjonesJuly 29, 2016 Obviously, you want people to share as much of your website as possible. After all, sharing leads to greater visibility, increased traffic and, as a result, more business. Sharing also helps you gain greater search engine benefits, assisting in your ranking; the more people who … Continue reading Attracting the Right People is More Important Than Your Website Features if You Want Things Shared

How to Appeal to a Buyer’s Mentality Without Being a “Discount Brand”

by Madeline Boehmer May 31, 2016 Follow @madelineboehmerMay 31, 2016 We are all attracted to discounts, no matter how large or small. It’s always better to save a few bucks than to pay full price. While consumers love discounts, the topic has caused quite the stir within the retail industry around the idea of whether … Continue reading How to Appeal to a Buyer’s Mentality Without Being a “Discount Brand”