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While content is King, it has to be joined with other strategies to form an entire advertising package. RetargetingBy examining the visitors who didn’t convert, an organization can retarget specific traffic and promote the brand to all those individuals. This really is useful for landing pages or alternative elements of a business website that are underperforming [...]
‘A picture can say a thousand words’ – Check out the social analytics, you will find that it is your images and videos, which draws 94% more engagement than your texts. Visual social is the recent craze, and Pinterest is the biggest among the visual bandwagons. Pinterest rakes 2 ½ billion page viewsevery month from [...]
Facebook revealed its plan to become center of the social web today at the F8 Developer Conference in San Fransisco, CA. They announced the Open Graph API protocol as well as the ability to integrate websites and apps on the web all within the boundaries of your social network making the platform even stronger than [...]
It’s a tough nut to crack for bloggers, businesses and brand managers. Online reputation is totally outside of control — it’s in the reader’s and customer’s hands, they can push a company to the highest ranks or lead it to sink, online and offline. But does it have to be so tragic? Is reputation really [...]
SEO via Compfight It must have sounded like a nightmare when Facebook announced they would no longer promote Business pages in newsfeed as they used to and that they would aggressively fight newsfeed spam. Reminds you of Google, doesn’t it? It does. Facebook has a wide user base and it has received many user complaints [...]