(ARA) - The holiday shopping season is the time of the year that service and retail businesses big and small look forward to all year. In fact, National Retail Federation research shows that the last two months of the year can account for between 25 and 40 percent of all annual sales. For small businesses especially, the holiday season is often a crucial make-or-break opportunity to earn the revenue required to sustain the business the following year.
(ARA) - Smartphones are about to become much smarter. Imagine a world where completing transactions, exchanging digital content, connecting electronic devices and accessing buildings and venues can all be done with a simple wave or tap of your smartphone.
Ever wondered what drives some websites to the top of the search results rankings (and to stay there), while others are buried on the bottom of the list? The major driving force is the combination of the very powerful web marketing technique known as SEO and correct site architecture and content.
Email marketing is a form of outreach that can be convenient, relatively quick, and inexpensive. However, these are not the only or even the biggest benefits that email marketing strategies can provide.
Social Media marketing is one of the biggest role players in any online marketing campaign. Every website, irrespective of its size, kind and industry is determined to get its share of publicity and promotions through SMM channels.
A well written newsletter with the correct format can produce tons of business for any size or type of organization – however there are a variety of important aspects of a newsletter and information placement that have to be established to establish the successful outcome of the project.
High-performing email marketing is a future-proof tool to win new contracts and drive your business forward. The two types of online marketing, business-to-customer (B2C) and business-to-business (B2B) email marketing will work wonders when executed correctly.
When looking to launch a website or blog most would compare different webhosting packages and probably settle for anyone. But is this really a good approach? You may be thinking that you could obviously change host if things go wrong, right?