As the star of the latest Star Wars entries, Daisy Ridley gets a lot of attention and gives a lot of advice. Today, we're bringing you some great tips she (indirectly) taught us about inbound marketing (kinda).
With one of the strongest social media backings in entertainment, and as the first and only television personality to conquer LinkedIn, Conan O'Brien is the king of all social, and he will inspire your small business marketing.
Obviously, if you’re in business, you need leads. It doesn’t matter if things are going amazing, or if they’re a little slow, leads help you make sure you are growing. That means you need to do some marketing, so you’ll need to know the most important parts of the job. We’ve put together a list of the 5 basics you’ve got to understand if you ever want to drive your business forward.
Targeting a niche market is an incredibly effective way to make sure your business gains traction, especially in the early days. And because Facebook is one of the best ways to reach millions of people within that market at very little cost to you, you’d have to be a fool to ignore it. But how do you put them together?
There are so many variables for each industry that finding the right way to attract more qualified leads gets tricky. However, when it makes sense, there is one way to attract the most qualified leads every time. Give away your product in a contest or drawing. Doesn’t matter how many of your product you give away, you’ll get leads that are the most qualified for that product. Here's a case study on a client that grew their list 300% in 14 days.
Social media is important to any content strategy. For most companies, Facebook is the most logical choice of social networks to focus on. And getting exposure on Facebook is critical. With far-and-away the largest active monthly user base among all social networks, it’s the largest pool of eyes to compete for. And compete you must. Here are some quick secrets to help make that happen.
Social media is a huge part of retail selling today. On every network, you see the things people want, the things people buy, and the places they get them from. It’s become a huge factor in directing the way people make their purchases. That’s why it’s important to get the most from it. There are 7 major things retailers are doing wrong with their social media. Here they are, counted down for you.