Title Tags + Social Meta Tags = Happy Place
Jen takes us on a tale of two marketers and how the work of these two when combined can provide better results.
Two Marketer Types
Search Engine Optimization Marketer (SEO) – focused on the robots and spiders, they dial-in keyword rich titles, make sure there are informative meta descriptions […]
Making Use of Web Psychology
Nat takes us through a primer on web psychology and discusses three secrets of online success.
Web Psychology 101
It relates to a study of our online behavior based on a fusion of various studies or research, among them are:
Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
Cross Cultural Psychology
Neuroscience and a particular focus on a subset […]
Taking a Chance in Non-measurable Marketing Efforts
Rand tells us why it is also important to invest, not just in the measurable efforts but also in the non-measurable marketing efforts.
In the realm of hyper-measurable Inbound Marketing investments in Serendipitous Marketing good idea but is a tough sell simply because it is not measurable. Do imagine the […]
Connecting to Customers/Audience at an Earlier Stage of the Buying Process
Rand reinvents the buying process we are all too familiar with and introduces an earlier stage where we can potentially capitalize on and connect with our target audience or customers even sooner.
Reinvented Buying Process
Pursuit of interests – this is new and is the potential for […]
This whiteboard Friday looks at ways of creating marketing strategies not around rank reports, but around the amount of new clients a business needs to achieve the growth they seek.
Dana has devised the following methodology to achieve this:
Ask your client –
1. How much new business can you take on in the next month?
There’s no point […]
Going Beyond Transactional Marketing
Rand goes through the shortcomings of having a restricted mindset of Transactional Marketing. He explains that by going beyond it you will get better returns.
To the Limits
Transactional Marketing is centered on maximizing every possible situation into making that dollar for you and by doing so it only creates a Transactional Relationship that […]
Rand recommends keeping the logo and navigation design consistent throughout the site and on the homepage. This is because while homepages previously promoted many sections of the site, homepages now instead should allow users to easily navigate all the main sections of the site. Keeping the logo and navigation consistent will help achieve this.