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Digital Strategy & Execution
There is no magical formula to growing a business, but digital marketing and smart processes certainly have something to do with it.
You need to market your business to get new people through the door, and you need efficient process to keep them happy and coming back.
Without marketing, it’s difficult to build awareness for your business, drive demand, and ultimately generate customers and revenue. Yet, marketing has been a nebulous area to many business owners — with a busy day-to-day and limited resources, it can be that last forgotten item that falls to the wayside.
Without smart processes in place, we can often find it hard to move beyond operating day-to-day and start executing on real growth.
Having the proper organisation in place, no matter how big or small, and supplementing your business strategy with time-saving, repeatable processes can make the difference between being a business that grows and one that simply survives.
While most of e-commerce websites and other online businesses tend to focus their marketing efforts either on SEO, email marketing or advertising, many overlook the vital Social Media market.
With such social sites as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram altogether having twice as many users as there are people in China, this kind of a niche is still largely ignored and unexplored.
We’ll help your company in tapping into this market, giving you all kinds of options to capitalize your gains and sales using SMM activities!
What is largely overlooked is Blogging.
Consistent and relevant content posted to your Blog to keep your customers engaged and your brand strong, all from your own WordPress website.
Keyword research is key to achieving page one organic rankings, which will over time save you thousands in advertising.
The internet has leveled the playing field — and if your company can step up and start taking advantage of low cost, high-impact inbound marketing strategies, you’ll be ahead of the game.
Blogging for Business.
A blog makes your website more dynamic by automatically injecting new content every time an article is published. Search engines reward higher rankings to websites that consistently add fresh content, and these higher rankings translate into new visitors and leads for your business.
When blogging, take off your hat as a business owner or marketing manager and try to think like a magazine publisher.
The goal of your business blog should be to publish valuable, non-promotional posts, much in the way a column or an article in an industry magazine would.
Also, think about the words you are using. Avoid industry jargon that only your employees would understand. Instead, think of the words your customers use to describe your business and apply those phrases to your to your