How To Do Twitter Advertising – Part 3/3: Measure

by Victoria Hoffman November 13th, 2014

Welcome to the third and final instalment of my riveting Introduction to Twitter Advertising (think of this part as The Return of the King, but with fewer hobbits). To recap: Getting started on Twitter can be confusing, so I've broken down the Twitter advertising planning process into 3 simple considerations: 1. What is your objective? [...]

Get More Email Lead Capture With These WordPress Plugins

by Eileen Lonergan November 12th, 2014

I bet you have heard it before: you need to capture emails from your blog visitors. It is the most effective way to implement your marketing plan. For many of us bloggers, 80% of visitors pop by once and never return. Getting their email address is the best way to develop a relationship with that [...]

Content marketers face two big challenges: Producing enough content Producing powerful content that helps take a business to the next level Let's face it. Generating an unending stream of fresh, unique and valuable content is a big task. You could spend hours on a blog post or infographic that you hope will be powerful enough [...]

How to Master the 4Ps of Content Marketing in 2015

by Heba Hosny November 10th, 2014

How are you planning to align your 2015 content marketing strategy to your overall business objectives? How can you make the most out of your hits and misses in 2014 when crafting your content marketing plan for 2015? What are the key trends of content marketing in 2015 that you need to implement for optimal [...]

With so many social media platforms to choose from, trying to divide your time equally between your businesses several social media platforms can seem almost impossible. How do you decide which platform to visit first? How do you share content across different platforms whilst engaging the reader? Which blog post needs to be posted today? [...]

On July 1st Canada's new anti-spam legislation arrived with great fanfare and was met with dread from the digital marketing community. It has been four months since the new rules came into effect and there are still many marketers struggling to understand the implications for their marketing lists. If you haven't already done so, now [...]

How To Do Twitter Advertising – Part 2: Targeting

by Victoria Hoffman November 5th, 2014

Welcome back to my brief Introduction to Twitter Advertising! In case you missed it: In this three-part series, Ill be walking you through three of the most important questions to consider before you get started with advertising on Twitter: 1. What is your objective? 2. Who is your target audience? 3. How are you going [...]

Content marketers will often tell you that the bane of their professional lives isn't creating content but coming up with things to talk about in the first place. Some sector's in particular don't lend themselves very well to varied and engaging subject matters. Creating talking points and therefore content, around events is therefore a natural [...]

As a business development manager at Search Engine People, I am often approached by business owners & marketing managers who are seeking help with SEO. After some discussion, more often than not, it is realized that the goal is not necessarily implementing good SEO to their website; rather, the objective is to generate more qualified [...]

Forget about the days when you are only given an option to search information from a database of people and places stored in Google's server. How about exploring places and events in real time? Does this sound interesting? With Telepresence sharing, you can control Google's mobile robots that can capture real time video footage of [...]