Retargeting is a smart way to continuously show your ad to your ideal audience. Placing your ad in front of your audience once may be enough to get them interested, but is it enough to get them to take action? Retargeting repeatedly places your ads in front of your audience to reiterate your message. The purpose of retargeting ads is to remind users who have already interacted with your business of your message or offering, encouraging them to convert into contacts for your business and, eventually, customers. Users who are already familiar with your brand and visited your website are much more likely to respond to your messages with action.
Topics: Digital Ads
Whether you’re baking a cake or building a treehouse, you want to have an idea of what the final product will look like before you get started, so why should putting together your website or constructing a blog article be any different? A content outline is a map of your project that helps provide some direction so you have an overview of everything it will include. Remember these simple steps to help craft your content and give your readers a clear and comprehensive understanding of your topic.
Over the past year, Facebook has experienced a decrease in organic reach (i.e., how many people you can reach for free on Facebook by posting to your Page) for two reasons:
- The competition for space in your News Feed is increasing among family, friends, and businesses. With more content shared and created every day, everyone is competing to share their content with you.
- Facebook made improvements to how your News Feed works. Rather than showing you irrelevant information, Facebook now aims to show you relevant, engaging content that improves your experience.
So, how can you overcome this decline in organic search and make your posts seen? The answer is simple: Facebook Boosted Posts.
Did you recently decide to redesign your website? If so, it’s likely you’re struggling with where to begin. There are many moving parts to a website overhaul, and getting organized with a sitemap can help align your team’s priorities and goals while expediting the redesign process as a whole. This post will discuss what a sitemap is, the benefits of using one, and how to get started with website planning.
Topics: website design
Typically, web designers and their clients think about websites as desktop sites first and mobile sites second. We tend to design for desktops first because it’s familiar to us, but what happens if we flip that process and design for mobile from the start? Let’s take a look at some of the pros and cons of this strategy.
It went by quickly. There were thousands of people, colorful lights, loads of excitement, and it all took place in the historic city of Boston. Though it sounds similar to Pearl Jam at Fenway Park, it was actually the annual Inbound conference, hosted by HubSpot. The four-day event brought together professional marketers and speakers to discuss current best practices for inbound marketing. During the second day of the conference, CEO and co-founder of HubSpot, Brian Halligan, delivered a keynote speech that bid farewell to one of the industry’s most trusted companions: the funnel.
Motion graphics; two broad words combined to create a broad phrase. What exactly are motion graphics? No official definition currently exists, but Wikipedia sums it up pretty well: Pieces of digital footage or animation which create the illusion of motion or rotation, and are usually combined with audio for use in multimedia projects.
It’s no secret that Facebook advertising is used to raise brand awareness. As an advertiser, you may already use it because you know that 68% of U.S. adults use Facebook, making it a powerful tool for raising awareness of your brand. A lot of marketers use the simple image ads on Facebook to accomplish this goal. Image ads are the roots of Facebook advertising.
The continuous evolution of SEO can be oversimplified as a shift from search engine optimization toward search experience optimization. According to Business Insider, 90% of online searches are happening through Google with over a third of all search inquiries yielding no clicks! Due to a huge improvement in user experience (UX), searchers are getting their questions answered right at the top of the first results page without ever even needing to visit a site.
The easiest customer to get is the customer you already have. Keeping your existing clients returning is what builds a strong brand. Brand loyalty will keep them returning as well as bringing their friends. Surely, it was your intention to provide great service when you opened up the doors of your business; below is a list of how to get back to basics and make sure your service is better than ever.
Topics: Inbound Strategy