Despite NHL commissioner Gary ‘Just Go Away, Gary’ Bettman’s best efforts to evolve the sport of hockey in the United States, he’s been about as successful as Michael Jordan’s baseball ‘career’. Read More
When you’re utilizing Search Engine Optimization (SEO), know this: Google is your one true overlord that decides the fate of you and your business. And as its loyal retainer, you must heed its rules and regulations in order to be rewarded with traffic and revenue stream.
But with millions of competitors looking to take your spot on the first page of search results, sometimes you might feel the urge to rely on… ‘Band-Aid’ methods to get you by.
Last week in our Generational Marketing series, we talked about tailoring your marketing series to Generation X. So, following the natural sequence of order, we’ll be moving on to the next generation in this blog. Ladies and gents, welcome the…
That’s the accepted mantra to life and success in business. So when you’re putting together your business marketing plan for the year, you should be meticulous about the details: setting out your target market, preparing inventory and staff, carefully scheduling your promotions with events, and always leaving room for adjustments. You probably already know your target market – who they are, their geographic location, even their product or service preferences.
You’ve seen it. You know of it. You’ve most likely used it. But how much do you really know about it?
A hashtag is most commonly seen and used in social media. It’s when you use a hash character or pound sign (#) in front of a word or unspaced phrase – #LikeSo. It’s a type of label or metadata tag used to make it easier for users to find content with a specific theme or topic. It’s regularly used within the main text or at the end of a post. On many social media sites – like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Google+ – hashtags are clickable or searchable.