One month already gone. How does this keep happening?
I have some good stuff collected for you this month! Lots of social media tips, plus some helpful articles on blogging and content marketing, consumer behavior, current design trends, online reviews, PPC advertising, and video marketing.
Don’t forget to follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook for more tips as we strive to Make Digital Simple!
This post was originally published July 26, 2017, and has been updated to reflect new information.
Creating audience engagement is one of the cornerstones of successful marketing. The more engagement your content receives, the more visible it becomes. But how do you get your audience to like, comment, and share? That’s where good design comes in.
From blog posts, marketing emails, and social media posts to eBooks or your website, your content can be amazing but still sit gathering dust if its presentation is lacking. Good design is good for your brand. Following a few simple guidelines can transform your content from “meh” to “Wow! These people look like they know what they’re talking about.”
This week, learn about three fundamental design concepts that will take your content to the next level and help you boost your audience engagement!
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Your Google My Business listing is arguably the most important piece of your business’ local SEO footprint. Is the information it contains accurate? Have you claimed the listing? More importantly, do you have access to the listing?
If you can’t immediately answer “yes” to those three questions, jump on board, ’cause we’ve got some work to do! In this week’s blog post, I’ll give you a quick overview of how to claim your Google listing and also explain what you can do with it—which is quite a lot, actually.
Let’s get started!
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The best thing about the start of a new year is the clean slate it brings with it. We’ve had time to evaluate what worked for us and what didn’t in 2017, and we’re better positioned to plan and improve our strategies—and maybe try something new.
Check out the digital marketing news I’ve curated for December see what looks intriguing. Is there something you feel would be a good fit for your business? A digital strategy you’ve been meaning to try? This is the perfect time—and it goes without saying that we’d love to help you out.
Catherine has a degree in English literature and a passion for all things marketing. As Digital Specialist, her focus is on web design, search engine optimization, social media, online presence management, and project coordination.