Recently, Google offers small and local businesses to use its AdWords Express service. It provides a way to promote Google+ pages apparently everywhere, but on Google+ itself, which Google reasserts should be an ad-free zone. This omission may make these ads less effective for those seeking for new customers or followers to their Google+ pages. … Continue reading “Will Google AdWords Express Promote Your Google+ Page?”
When it comes to revamping more prospects into paying customers, you will be dealing with how well you understand your buyer’s mind and what they want from your business.
The problem is the fact that your time can not scale in every circumstance, and there may come a point where you are not able to know each and … Continue reading “Using Social Psychology to Revamp Prospects into Paying Customers”
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One of the most literally overlooked aspects of website design are footers. As the name suggests, footers are located at the very bottom of a web page that provides detailed information like About Us, FAQ, or Sitemap. It also usually links to other areas of the site or outside web properties, such as social media profiles.
All web designers use … Continue reading “15 Most Creative Footer Designs in 2012”
Smart salespeople have learned to explore the power of social media. However, many companies are still seeing social media tools and networks as a pointless and even scary place for their sales teams to focus on.
It’s amazing to see how this stereotype remains. We have to realize that there is potential for confusion if sales … Continue reading “Using Social Media to Boost Your Sales”
When General Motors pulled its ads from Facebook, it set off a boisterous debate about the value of social media. Executives in many C-suites today are asking: How do you compare the effectiveness of a Facebook comment with an ad that runs on TV? Or a tweet with a glossy magazine spread? Am I getting my money’s worth? … Continue reading “Getting Beyond the Social Media Buzz”
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Here’s a common situation, which may sound very familiar to some:
A buddy approaches you and asks for some marketing help. The last few years of striving it out in a job they care little about has paid off, they now have a business idea of their own, some money in the bank, and a revived focus … Continue reading “Digital Marketing and Social Media Guidelines”
“Never have I seen Futura used so bravely!” exclaims designer, speaker and author Elliot Jay Stocks of Edenspiekermann’s work for Berlin-based music software developer Ableton. “It works, though, combined with bold imagery and a vibrant colour palette.”
Stephanie Rieger, designer and co-owner of Yiibu, a wee mobile design consultancy based in Edinburgh, agrees: “This [is a] gorgeous, fun and delightfully on-brand … Continue reading “The Top 25 Responsive Websites of 2012”
Location based check-ins aren’t a new thing on Facebook. However, the company is getting ready to compete even more closely with Foursquare and Yelp with the newest update of Facebook Nearby. The service will take advantage of the 250 million users who tag posts with their locations every month to help you discover more locations … Continue reading “Facebook Modifies Its ‘Nearby’ Service to Compete with Foursquare”