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Google: The New Yellow Pages

      A recent survey shows that, of the 61% of global Internet users who research products online, 44% begin by using a search engine.  In the US alone, 90% of that search engine traffic is controlled by Google, which has truly become the new Yellow Pages.  But here’s the key number for your business:  […]

5 Ways to Build Engagement Through Your Facebook Page

    With more than 900 million active users, Facebook is an important channel that companies must consider in their marketing mix.  And, with around 45% of these users over the age of 45, this is not simply a channel to reach young people anymore.  So, as a brand owner, how can you effectively engage […]

3 KPIs You Need to Measure Every Month

  “You can’t manage what you don’t measure.”  This old business adage is as true today as it ever was, but now far easier to put into practice. With a free tool like Google Analytics, you can determine the effectiveness of your website and online efforts through ongoing measurement of KPIs (Key Performance Indicators). If […]

Using engagement analytics to understand what drives customer engagement

  I came across an interesting report a few weeks ago that offers an in-depth exploration into how to use engagement analytics to better understand what drives customer engagement with your brand and how you can use this information to improve your company’s revenue stream. For the uninitiated, engagement analytics give online marketers the ability […]

Blogging to Grow Your Business

Building a better business blog requires a strategic approach to each post you write, but fortunately for all of us time-strapped entrepreneurs, that strategy can be distilled to two simple concepts:  blog often enough to leverage the traffic multiplier, and help Google help your business.  Today, we offer a quick-start primer on how to craft […]

Marketing Strategies for Improving Customer Retention

There are any numbers of ways to compete for one-time customer dollars, but the science of customer retention and repeat business is founded on just two fundamental concepts: 1) Produce marketing materials that accurately describe your product or service, and 2) deliver a product or service that is everything your marketing materials say it is, […]

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