Search engine optimisation is all about getting Google to recognise your website content as relevant and good quality, so that it appears higher in search engine results. You can improve your website’s Google ranking by removing or revising pages that don’t make the grade – but how can you tell which pages are considered low quality by Google? According to Google, high quality pages meet the following criteria:They have unique and relevant content (not j
Data, data everywhere – if you’re marketing your business online, you probably have an idea of the sheer enormity of information that is available for you to use. This data is essential if you want to develop on point digital marketing strategies that target specific segments of your target market and ensure that you get the best reach and engagement for all of your marketing efforts. But it’s kind of overwhelming, isn’t it? Simply in terms of volume, we
The festive season is almost upon us, and now is the time to begin developing online marketing strategies to ensure that you benefit as much as possible during this lucrative time of year. Whether you’re running an online store, or a brick and mortar business, social media marketing is an excellent platform to generate interest and advertise holiday specials and promotions. The downside is that everyone – your competitors included – are doing the same.
Ever heard of social media listening? It’s the next big thing in social media marketing strategy, enabling you to tailor your online marketing for higher engagement with your target audience. We’ve known for a long time that social media marketing is about creating conversations with potential customers, but unfortunately for many brands communication has become all talk and no listening. By monitoring social media reactions to your brand, your competition, and
There are many online marketing tools that can help you attract new visitors to your website, and increase your online exposure – from paid Facebook advertising, to Google Adwords and banner adverts. You’ve probably used, or at least heard of, all of these. But what about native advertising? Native advertising is a relatively new form of online advertising, where adverts are designed to blend in with a website’s look and feel. This is a more unobtrusive fo