How To Get Social Media Attention Now… Even if You Have No Idea What To Do!
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How To Get Social Media Attention Now… Even if You Have No Idea What To Do!

Would you like to know how to get way more attention, interaction and positive response from your social media marketing? If so, follow these steps right now and watch what happens! So many people ask me "How can I get more of a reaction from people in my social network?" Or..."How do I know if my social media marketing is working for me or not?" Or..."What can I do right now (simply and quickly) that will get more clicks, likes and traffic to my website?" The answer is simple. But don't mistake simple for easy... These things need to happen…
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Should You Be Using a Pop-up Subscription Form on Your Blog? Yes – and Here’s Why

Blogs are a fantastic resource for businesses and can be used as a way to get a steady flow of new readers to visit the website. The problem that presents itself is finding a way to convert those new visitors into customers and getting them to subscribe to an email list. Standard links to subscriptions can be hard to see and will be overlooked if they are not being actively searched for, which is why pop-op subscription forms have become one of the most effective tools for any blog. A Hard To Miss Option People will not seek out an…
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It’s All in the Title: 3 Data-driven Reasons Why You’ll Want to Split Test Your Blog Post Titles

Also known as A/B testing, split testing has become a popular method for determining the effectiveness of your website. With so many factors going into what makes your website a hit or a miss, from color to images to the way content is presented, split testing can be an important part of helping an already popular website gain even more interest. When it comes to your blog posts, here are three reasons you may want to try out this type of testing. It Can Help Identify Your Niche When it comes to the title of a blog post, it's all…
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Understanding ‘Scannable Content’ and Why This Factor is Critical to Your Blog’s Success

Online content is distracting by design. Websites require links to additional content in the sidebar to keep readers hooked, advertisement for sales or specials to direct them to a sales page and links to social media accounts to convert them into followers. It is an unfortunate side effect that this supplemental material is heavily distracting, luring eyes away from the blog post and onto something else. As a reaction, fewer visitors are reading the material and more readers are scanning it for keywords instead of following every line. Provide Key Information In A Scannable Format Online content can no longer…
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Trying to Improve Your Social Media Following? 3 Reasons You Should Be Watching Your Competitors

Social media is an imperative tool for any small business that wants to grow its consumer base and website traffic. Unsatisfied customers can use social media to destroy a brand and satisfied customers can make it viral, giving it a reach that would have otherwise been impossible. Anybody who wants to increase their followers can learn from an extremely unexpected source: their competitors. Watching how competing brands manage their social media accounts can provide beneficial information for a variety of reasons. Always Match Content Output Of Competitive Brands How active should a company's social media account be? How many tweets…
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Advanced Tactics: How to Use Retargeting and Email Marketing Together for Serious Results

Retargeting is a tested method of increasing a business's conversion rate by advertising directly to customers who have already visited its website. The results in these campaigns speak for themselves, but they can always be better. These advanced techniques all combine retargeting with email marketing in unique and underutilized ways to achieve improved results. Retarget Customers Who Have Abandoned The Shopping Cart Many online sales are abandoned in the shopping cart before a purchase can be made. Some of these are impulse buys that the shopper had time to rethink; others are items that are placed in a cart for…
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