Yesterday, Jennifer Evans Cario of SugarSpun Marketing presented our latest Biznology® Webinar about how to use Pinterest as one of your marketing strategies. Been following all the hype about Pinterest but not quite sure how it applies to your business? Maybe you’ve even taken the time to set up a Pinterest page, but never got past your first few pins. Read the remainder of this entry »
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Yesterday’s Biznology® Webinar by Paul Gillin was about how to prepare for and prevent social media attacks on your brand. That Facebook page you set up to promote your business might just become your biggest headache. Customers who used to suffer frustration in silence now have a voice, and they’re taking their opinions to the whole world. Customer attacks on brands via Twitter, blogs, Facebook, Change.org and many other outlets are skyrocketing, and the task of protecting brand reputation has become one of the top concerns of corporate executives and marketers.
Yesterday, Rob Petersen, Tim Peter and I gave a Webinar on using analytics to make search marketing decisions. How is your search marketing working? Are you getting the results you want? Maybe you don’t even know how to measure results. Your analytics are essential to your initial search marketing plan and improvement plans. No matter where you are starting from, understanding how to measure where you are and take it to the next level makes all the difference. Do you know how your Web analytics can drive your search improvement plan? Read the remainder of this entry »
Yesterday, Glenn Gaudet of GaggleAMP presented our latest Biznology® Webinar about how to amplify your corporate social media messages. With the introduction of social media, companies were provided an army of megaphones that had a genuine affinity for the company and its products. This army is the employee base. However, the initial fear many companies had was the inability to control the message. Today, companies are tapping into employees to amplify their social media efforts. Read the remainder of this entry »
Yesterday’s Biznology® Webinar by our blogger Tim Peter was all about how the Web affects e-commerce. Does your business have an online shopping cart? Use third-party sites like eBay, Amazon, Etsy, or Expedia? Or do your customers walk into your store? With the rise of social, local, and mobile, your customers likely do all three, often at the same time. What does this mean for your business in 2013 and beyond? Read the remainder of this entry »