Posted by Anton Koekemoer on May 21, 2013 in ORM | 0 comments
Having a negative online reputation is a very serious problem for any business or person. There are many places online where people can mention something positive or negative about your business. Many people (including myself) are researching online before using a service or buying a new product. What are other people’s experiences in using the particular service or product? Is it positive or negative?
There are many review channels online that are very influential. Most of these channel
With many small businesses wanting to build a name for themselves on the social web, the chances are very good that they are always looking for new ways to improve their campaigns to be more successful. When they started out with their social media marketing campaign, they had all the hopes and dreams that it will be a huge success, but it’s not always as easy as all the self-proclaimed social media experts claims it should be.
If you are struggling with your campaign, it’s critical
When you are interested in building a name for yourself or some awareness for your business online, it’s very important that you understand how everything that you do on the web, every update, every blog post, and every comment adds value (good or bad) to your digital footprint.
If you are already in the digital marketing space, you should know the importance of putting your best foot forward on the web and you most likely follow a couple of rules that you live by. If you don’t, you
Even though creating and curating relevant magnetic content is at the hart of social media marketing, it can be quite time consuming and expensive. In my experience, three of the biggest challenges with creating magnetic content for your marketing campaign are creating relevant original content, devoting enough time to create it, and finding the right content. If you are into digital marketing, you know that coming up with good magnetic content is a huge challenge. What if your customers can hel
When most businesses start with their social media marketing journey, one of the main reasons for venturing on this medium is to build more brand awareness and to stand out from the crowd. Social media is a great way to increase the visibility of your business, expanding your brand name, and building relationships with your customers by engaging with them online. If you are doing it right, it’s also a great way to market your services and products.
While it’s super easy to create y
A couple of weeks ago, Facebook made some changes to their interface by integrating “Graph Search” and implementing a new timeline format. The Graph Search on Facebook is their answer to Google’s local search, but does it really compete with them? Social media is not a nice to have anymore, but a must have and so many brands have already integrated this medium into their traditional marketing activities.
Community management is a solid foundation of any social media marketing c
Using optimized call to actions in your digital marketing campaign can be a game changer. It can also be used in every blog post that you publish so that your readers can take an action if they find your content interesting. In a perfect campaign, a call to actin should be included in everything that you publish and write online, but it’s not always possible to get your readers and audience to act on what you write.
Most online writers and publishers uses call to actions on a regular basis
Even though quality link building is still one of the best ways you can use in your digital marketing strategy to gain top organic rankings on Google, social signals also plays a huge role. Integrating social signals into their algorithm was the most logical step for Google to take with the trend around social media and real-time search playing a key role.
Various social media elements have already been integrated into Google’s search algorithm and these have already made a huge impact on
Not so long ago it used to be the norm that if you wanted to voice your opinion about a specific brand, product or service, you had to phone their customer service department if they had any or send a letter to the company headquarters. Before Google was the entry point to anyone looking for information on a specific company, it really wasn’t easy to figure out how to get hold of the right person at the company. Those days are over and now the average customer can get an instant response;
Blogging can be a powerful networking tool that makes contacts with far-reaching people. This can help you in the development of your career. Blogs should be held and used as a tool in the job searcher’s toolbox. Here are some examples of job blogging results.
Jeremy Ryan, a 21-year-old web designer graduated with a liberal arts degree from a small west coast college. Web design had been his hobby for 8 years. Jeremy created a resume blog that focused on his Internet skills and projects that h
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