Strategies

  • 6 Strategies To Grow Your Facebook Page

    … you can help build your following. Take for instance, these great tips on how to grow your Facebook page. Connect With Other Pages Building relationships with other similar businesses and blogs can be extremely helpful. By partner with each other, you can utilize cross promotion and build a connection that benefits both sides. By participating…

    The Blog Heraldin Social Facebook- 21 readers -
  • 5 Ways to Get More Passive Income for your Blog

    … in the content marketing game already, this strategy is ideal for you. Rather than creating an endless series of short, one-off blogs, work on a highly valuable, “landmark” piece of content. Usually long-form (several thousand words or more), this landmark piece could be an eBook, and extended whitepaper, or even a full-fledged research study. If it’s…

    The Blog Herald- 12 readers -
  • Web Design Strategies for Turning Visitors into Paying Customers

    … Add Media If you use software such as Google Analytics to keep track of traffic on your website, you have a good idea of how many site visitors you receive each day, and how long they stay on your website. Chances are, you also have a good idea of the percentage of visitors that actually become customers. If those numbers are not what you would…

    Blogtrepreneurin Social SEO- 9 readers -
  • 10 Instant Solutions to Reinvent Your Blog

    … So you are on your couch watching one of your favorite movies on HBO. But suddenly, in a middle of nowhere, you get a brilliant idea about a post. The idea has got everything it needs to get viral, to get popular. Because of the fear that you might forget it, you ran frantically towards your PC and start writing about it. And it’s done. You…

    Famous Bloggersin Blogging- 34 readers -
  • How SMBs Can Create Comprehensive Local Marketing Strategies

    …, but also as advocates that can review and refer your business. To know and engage customers in a personalized manner, it’s critical to track all customer interactions.” (Stuart Wall, Signpost) 4. Measure the results. “Be sure that whatever you choose to do, that you’re able to measure the effectiveness. This means working with a vendor that can measure…

    Stephanie Miles/ Street Fightin Display EMail- 20 readers -