We only have 15 more days to get gifts for our loved ones. As the calendar counts down, our time to wrap up all of our holiday plans winds dwindles. Since you’re all very busy, we’ve collected some hot internet marketing articles to keep you in the loop: Top Trends for 2013: Marketing Moves On; 5 Remarketing Tips to Maximize Your Holiday SEM; 7 Ways to Optimize Your Facebook Fan page SEO; and You Must Blog and Blog Smart in 2013.
As 2012 comes to an end, many emerging online marketing trends are on the rise. One hot topic surrounds strengthening social media campaigns by focusing on how to measure, analyze and engage audiences effectively. However, what’s new, everyone one knows this. The future of social success will lay in having access to the right social media monitoring technologies.
Remarketing is a great advertising tool, if you’re using it, you know that already; if you’re not using it, what are you waiting for? Remarketing during the holiday season can really drive the desired attention to your website and increase profits. To ensure your campaign is running to its full potential, check out these five useful tips.
Facebook fan page SEO doesn’t stray far away from how you would optimize SEO for a websites. My favourite tips from this article is #7, SEO for Facebook Notes. This is a very overlooked feature that has SEO benefits. As you would for a blog, optimize the note title, tags and description for SEO.
We all know that blogging is a key component to elevating your SEO; therefore, why “must” you blog and blog well in 2013? Well, the truth of the matter is there’s a fine line between SEO, social media, and content marketing and as we move forward, a company’s blog content will start to affect and reflect the status of their SEO and social presence. Check out this insightful article for the full scoop.
Vanessa is fresh to the world of Internet marketing but as a digital native, she is quickly catching up to speed. Working with a strong focus on social media, Vanessa aspires to learn all aspects of this fast-paced industry.