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Have a Small Business Idea? Here’s Some Considerations

Posted By THawkBridges on Marketing - One of the worst things you can do? Create a business with absolutely no foundation other than it seems like a cool idea. When I left corporate America and entered into the world of entrepreneurship I thought that being a smart business woman gave me a leg up. Boy, was I stupid! I had a […]The post Have a Small Business Idea? Here’s Some Considerations appeared first on Inspiration and Marketing Strategies for Entrepreneurs.

Raising the Bar for Data Quality: Introducing Integrated Site Auditing within Tag Management

Posted By teedubya on Marketing - A few months ago, Ensighten released the first ever solution for website testing and auditing within tag management: Ensighten Inform. Included with Ensighten Manage, Ensighten Inform brings together testing for tags, performance, page elements, critical paths, and now… Ensighten Inform also provides site auditing! Site auditing prevents tag issues and data loss across your whole… more ››The post Raising the Bar for Data Quality: Introducing Integrated Site Auditing within Tag Management appeared first on Ensighten.

Reactive, Assumptive and Behavioral Modeling: Marketing’s Quest for Humanized Content

Posted By Audienti on Marketing -  Note: This post originally appeared on here.Are you marketing like a robot?Marketing has come a long way. While automation was once considered the “bleeding edge” of marketing technologies, the industry has caught up and most SaaS companies provide at least some level of automation.Right now, marketing can be divided into three approximate categories:Oh, reactive marketing. Think about the Netflix PR crisis of 2011, when the CEO issued a flimsy, belated apology after completely changing the company’s core offering. We’ve come a long way since then, and with the advent of Twitter and social media pages that demand immediate reaction, “reactive” is now almost “real-time.”Formerly known as “assumptive,” predictive analytics is at the root of most marketing cloud applicati

20 Traffic Generation Tools You Should Use in 2015

Posted By AbidOmar on Marketing - Traffic Generation Tools are the secret behind most blogs. It is the way to success for blogging. The More traffic means more money. I know many people who are struggling to increase their traffic. So, I thought to list out some tools that I’m using to increase my blog traffic. If you use these 20…

Google Ad Grants: What to do before & after you apply

Posted By AdWordsGirl on Marketing - AdWords GirlWhat you should know before you apply for a Google Ad Grants account and what happens after you apply! Every time a client asks me to either submit a Google Ad Grants application or just explain the steps to do so to them, I have to ask them: what do you know about Google Ad Grants?  And the answer […]The post Google Ad Grants: What to do before & after you apply appeared first on Ameet Khabra.

Nailing the First Date: User Onboarding Best Practices [Infographic]

Posted By tigertiger on Marketing - You’ve invested all that time and effort (not to mention marketing dollars) into acquiring your new user. Now you need to ensure that you don’t lose them at one the most crucial steps of the process: activation.

(Ebook Review) T-Shirt Business – How To Work From Home Starting Your Own Online Business In A Popular Teespring Niche!

Posted By NickLogan on Marketing - The book that spills all the secret on how to design high sale appeal t-shirts and make decent passive income! “I don’t care that they stole my idea . . . I care that they don’t have any of their own” is a famous quote by Nikola Tesla. In the 21st century, it is the […]

How I gained 16.6k Followers on Twitter in 3 Minutes…

Posted By rendesr on Marketing - We all want popular looking twitter accounts right? Who's cooler, the guy with 50 followers, or the guy with 5,000 followers?

Here's a little tip for all you guys building out PBN domains, which might, if you're lucky - get you set up with a natural looking twitter account, complete with followers and tweet history.

How Many Hats Can You Wear? - The Pitfalls of DIY (Do it Yourself) Web Design Services

Posted By ImageWorks on Marketing - When you use a do-it-yourself website builder, you better be prepared to act as a brand strategist, graphic designer, web designer, UX expert, copywriter, and marketing professional – while still carrying out the day-to-day operations of your business! Is it worth it?As a small business owner or manager, you’ve surely received offers from companies like Wix, SquareSpace,, and Network Solutions. These offers typically promise extremely low monthly payments along with the ability to design your own website using a simple do-it-yourself platform. They promise professional results – but there are no professionals involved! Over time, these “little” costs will add up (that’s the revenue model that drives the success of these DIY services), and all you’ll have is a website that harms yo

List Building Case Study: How I Got My First 500+ Subscribers In Less Than 30 Days (Without SEO Or Paid Traffic)

Posted By Mitro on Marketing - If you want to build a bigger list...But you're not confident you can drive paid traffic without losing money...Or you can only see yourself getting just trickles of traffic with most free methods...Let me show you a technique the best Hollywood producers use to make sure their ​movie will almost certainly be a massive HIT...And how I used that same technique to get my first 500 subscribers in the span of few days back in 2010... And more recently, a heap of influencer endorsements and some of the highest quality of traffic I've got... without spending a penny.Exclusive Blog Post Bonus: Download the exact email templates I've used to get influencers endorsements, traffic and subscribers.DOWNLOADContinue Reading »The post List Building Case Study: How I Got My First 500+ Subscribers In Les

Is Digital Marketing Even Worth It For Your Business?

Posted By TwoTreesMarketing on Marketing - If you are like most business or retail owners, you find yourself struggling to progress from a physical location, to that dream of sales and leads from your website.

You want to expand your business online, but you just can’t seem to get your site those sales.

You build Facebook pages, Twitter profiles and whatever new Social Media marketing fad that comes up-with the hope that it will boost your customers…but you cant seem to make it to the next step.

Yet despite this struggle, many businesses manage to push through and turn their website into their most successful salesman!

Take a look at Justin Cameron and Lex Pedersen from Sydney.

Frustrated at local retail surf companies approach, they quit working at surf shops and launched their own company from their garden shed....