You have built yourself a business and a platform online through an e-commerce website. You’ve worked hard and put a lot of sweat and tears into this but crickets. Nobody is buying from your website – why? This is a common problem with e-commerce websites. You invest good time and money into a website and e-commerce SEO to make sure traffic arrives at your site but then nobody is buying anything from it. Ask yourself these questions:
1. Does your website have a professional-looking design?
Social Media Marketing is no an longer option for small businesses in 2019. Many believe that social media won’t benefit their companies or have a mentality that it doesn’t do much.
“Our customers know who we are, and they know where to find us.”
It is great to have an established customer base and social media is great for brand recognition however using social media goes beyond just that: it can help you market your small business and get more sales/business from your existing customers in addition to obtaining new ones.
While you may not think your lack of a social media presence is having an impact on you today, not having an effective social media strategy can be harmful to your small business. It will eventually catch up with you down the road. You have to keep up with the latest social media trends, as they&rsquo...
We all want lots of people to visit our website as that means more chances of our products or services being seen, however did you know there’s a difference between “good” and “bad” traffic? There are new scams popping up daily that offer “low cost traffic” that promise “real unique visitors” at a low cost but it’s important to have real authentic visitors to your site in order to be successful in branding and as well as building a loyal customer base. Find out the ways to detect the difference between good and bad traffic.
How to Detect Bad Traffic
First of all, it’s important to remember that you don’t need to buy traffic for your website to receive bad traffic. Chances are if you haven’t properly targeted the audience of your website, your traffic may be bad. Here are the ways your ...
Instagram is flooded with giveaways and contests and it’s a great way to get more followers, build an engaged audience, and grow your brand. It shouldn’t be the goal to increase your follower count, so before you start a contest, here are some tips on how to run a contest on Instagram that delivers!
Before You Run Your Contest
The first thing to do is to make sure you have taken a few minutes to learn the rules for Instagram contests. A few things to highlight are that your contests must include rules, terms, and eligibility requirements. You also have to make it clear that your contest is not sponsored or associated with Instagram.
For the last two blogs, we dived into the world of Google Ads. Here are a few more essential things that need details.
Match Types will give you a little wiggle room when it comes to your keyword selection. What they do is tell Google if you want the keyword to match the search inquiry exactly or semi-related. There are four types of match types to choose from