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The question is not whether your business should be doing mobile marketing; it’s more about where you should start. Here are top four ideas to help get your business mobile-ready
It doesn't seem to matter how advanced the technology and marketing worlds become — there's always going to be a place for traditional advertisements too.
Considering millennials and Gen Zs will make up 50% of the global workforce by 2020, and already account for the highest consumers of video content – spending between 18 - 53 minutes a week watching videos – it makes sense for companies to communicate with them in a way they can relate to.
99designs recently completed a study that reveals 65% of entrepreneurs are choosing their logo colours based purely on personal taste and preference, with around half doing little to no research on the wider implications of their brand colour choices.
My husband and I established Little Birdy & Me towards the end of 2016. We launched a laser cutting and engraving businesses, creating personalised...
Across all industries, retail and marketing included, geospatial data can be just as influential and vital to success. It’s less commonly discussed, and not completely understood by many. Unlike location data, it involves the spatial and logistical information about a particular position, region or area.
It is true that some businesses spend only a few thousand dollars on branding, whilst others spend tens of thousands or even hundreds of thousands of dollars. With such a large range, how do you know how much you should be spending?
Think about the social media storm that followed the Australian cricket ball-tampering scandal and the Cambridge Analytical data scandal. Brands need to work harder than ever to not only earn Millennials’ trust but to keep it.
Are you launching a new website? Updating your existing website? Trying to get more website traffic? This SEO checklist infographic from Tom Donohoe Consulting is for you.
These days the fight for online real estate is very crowded, and the beach front properties of the internet – aka page one of Google – are hard to come by. With 211 million pieces of online content being created every minute, it’s no wonder it’s hard to gain and keep the attention of consumers in 2018.
A website serves as an interface between you and your customer or client. It serves as a means of interaction between your customer and your product. The only way to consistently sustain growth in your business is to make it global.
Social media automation revolves around automating repetitive and time-consuming social media tasks, allowing social media managers to work on other things that need human input and that have more direct impact on their companies’ wellbeing.
Online marketing covers a set of powerful strategies and tools that can help you promote your business and services via the internet. Advertising, on the other hand, is only one of the many techniques that you can use to fulfill your online marketing goals.
The truth is most social enterprises are driven by a burning desire to change the world for the better – but that means you need to build awareness for your cause on a shoestring. Digital marketing, and social media in particular, is an incredible opportunity to do just that – but if you’re not doing it right, you could be flushing your hard-earned money down the toilet.
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With over 500 million daily active users, Instagram’s power as a communication and brand building tool is undisputed. Yet without the ability to use links in captions, its full ecommerce potential has re-mained untapped. Until now.
With a finely-tuned and optimised email campaign, you can draw customers into the community of your business and build a reliable base of incoming traffic.
When you want to make communication more effective it’s time to look at SMS. This is a fast-direct way for your HR department to communicate with the employees, and it will bring positive changes to how your HR department works in 2018.
No Facebook. No Twitter. No YouTube. With stifling regulations around social media use, how can Australian businesses’ use social media to enter Chinese markets?
Drawing on the 2018 Telstra Small Business Intelligence Report, Telstra Executive Director, Small Business, Brendan Donohoe said the evidence showed small businesses were missing critical opportunities to meet the wants and needs of the contemporary consumer.