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Traditional sales approaches start with push marketing – essentially, this calls for using interruptive media to push your products at as many people as possible, hoping to persuade buyers. It’s what advertising relies on, and it’s outdated. Social selling, on the other hand, uses social media to develop relationships with people as part of the sales process.
Content publishing is the most powerful marketing tactic available to B2B marketers. Brands are churning out content at an incredible pace, and 38% of marketers are publishing new content at least weekly, if not mor ...
Having a website is a lot like running a farm. It’s not enough to just plant your crops and hope they grow. If you want a great harvest, you need to plow the soil, till it, distance your seeds, and fertilize your crop regularly. Similarly, you can’t just build a site and leave it there like it’s some kind of magical portal through which revenue flows.
Some critics have been braying about the death of SEO for some time now but the industry is still around and going strong. Brands and agencies are expected to spend more than $79 billion by 2020 in search optimization and marketing. Local businesses, in particular, should consider how best to invest more in their local SEO initiatives for improved visibility and engagement.
If you’re not competitive in SEO, you’re going to fall behind. It’s the unfortunate truth. Staying competitive is key to staying ahead of the SEO game. One way to stay competitive? Closely monitoring your competition. There are many tools you can use to quickly and efficiently gather data and information about competitors’ SEO, which helps improve SEO results for any website o ...
Your website’s speed can have major influence on your search rankings. In turn, it can also be a big part of your overall SEO success. If visitors are having trouble navigating or even reaching a website or any of its assets due to speed issues, the website is bound to lose new or loyal visitors and won’t gain any from search, due to its lack of high-quality user experience.