Instagram became a hot commodity in the social media world. While marketing use for the platform is increasing, marketers have been somewhat hesitant to use the platform. There are various reasons for that: Not much data available, not enough and of the right content and issues with demographics were and still are some of the reasons. However, Instagram is growing in users and marketers are coming out and get their feet wet. Continue reading
Having a great looking website is awesome. However, having that website show up in the search results is a different story. Those that have a blog or website (or both) know that little difference between good looking and not showing up. But what actually makes the difference? Continue reading
Big Data is a big discussion for a few years now. Technology wizards and number crunchers are riding the wave that data is “the” solution for marketers. Well, recent findings appear to teach a different story. Continue reading
Blogging has become very competitive. With the number of bloggers still rising it is very important to provide good content. One of the ways to improve your blog and traffic, improve the conclusion of your post.
Have a look at the post below with some valuable tips on how to improve your post’s conclusion.
Pinterest is one of the most important marketing tools if you have visual content or products to market and sell. Have a look at these tips on how to increase your traffic and exposure on Pinterest:
Somewhere between marketing, copywriting and computer programing, Growth hackers slowly became the key figures of successful start-ups. What are the qualities needed to become a good growth hacker? Here are few answers designed by 24 Motion design
Starbucks has well over 20,000 stores worldwide, and most of those stores follow the same cookie-cutter design, but in a handful of cases, the company has taken pains to make a location stand out. Here’s a look at five Starbucks stores that are truly unusual. (Source: Bloomberg)
In my opinion, this is something that many industries can take as an example. For example, the banking industry is suffering from high costs and shrinking traffic in their branches. Does that surprise anyone? Honestly, have you ever seen a more boring business place than a bank branch?