Paid search. SEO. Social media marketing. Retargeting. All important elements to help drive traffic to your website. But what then. How do you keep them coming back, and more importantly, how do you turn them into brand evangelists? (And why does it matter?)
No matter what business you’re in today, almost everyone has a website and a blog. Photography has become one the biggest trends to create an aesthetic design no matter what the context. As a designer, I always try to use photography as much as possible, but I often need more resources than just iStock to create different looks and feels. I’ve come across numerous great resources, but I want to share with you the most hassle-free and free of cost photography resources.
The best websites have mastered A/B testing, but they’re still leaving a lot of performance on the table. A/B testing without personalization is like peanut butter without jelly. If option A wins a test with 60% of your audience, the other 40% of your audience who preferred option B are left out in the cold when you take it away from them. That’s a bummer and your one-size-fits all website is doing a big disservice to a large chunk of your audience. With personalization you can have the best of both worlds by showing each visitor what they want most. Your visitors will have a more engaging experience and you’ll smile when you log into your analytics dashboard and see the results.
Our team has done an incredible job at making the best tools to help you maximize engagement on your website, meet your specific needs, and match your design aesthetic. One question we’ve been starting to get of late is “What tools should I be using?”
Now that we’re entering the final week of playoffs to determine who’s going to the Super Bowl, most people are starting to generate buzz around not just the two teams that will be playing but also the commercials and the half time show that usually entertain the rest of American’s who do not support or care about Football. And since last years Super Bowl was the most-viewed television broadcast of any kind in American history, with 112.2 million viewers, it certainly lends itself to the kind of content you want to focus on and get your visitors to engage with. But how, you ask? Here are 4 types of content that you can share around the Superbowl even if you have NO idea who’s playing! Continue reading
Email marketing has proven to be one of the most successful channels we’ve had in communicating (and converting) our own users. Anytime there’s useful content published or a new feature released, we let our audience know about it through email. But getting our email strategy to where it is today took a lot of work, and there are three big lessons we learned along the way. Continue reading
These five beginner Twitter tips will set you on the right track to creating a meaningful presence on the network. Bookmark this page to help you keep the engagement going when your audience isn’t actively on your site. Continue reading
Got a Facebook strategy ready to rock n’ roll in the new year? If not, here’s a beginner’s guide for you to use as your stepping stone into the world of Facebook marketing. Continue reading
A fresh new year can mean a fresh new start in your social media strategy. Get off on the right foot with this simple guide containing 5 tips to help you start growing your Pinterest audience effectively. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is the busiest travel holiday. In fact, 46 million Americans are expected to travel for Thanksgiving this week. Everyone’s mostly concerned with how the weather will affect their travel, followed by content on how to find the best flight deals and dealing with travel logistics (anyone planning a long car ride with kids?). If you’re already offering this type of content on your site, you’re set. Continue reading