Monthly Archives: February 2012

Let the Power of Blogging Work for Your Business

Pratik Dholakiya February 22, 2012

You hear all the time why blogging is great for business.  Well, practically speaking it is.  Companies more than likely shy away from it because of the time it requires to formulate a well-meaning blog. Blogging has just about as much power than social media does to attract people – the only difference is you… Continue Reading »

Conduct Keyword Research through Mobile

Mark Thompson February 14, 2012

With the rising amounts in mobile Internet users, the increased amount of mobile searches is steadily rising. Since 2009, the amount of Google use from mobile Internet searches has gone off the charts. Due to this ever higher rising number, the need for mobile advertising for businesses is finally reaching a necessary point. If a… Continue Reading »

6 Proven Tips to get Targeted Followers on Twitter

Jack White February 13, 2012

How many followers do you have on twitter? Are they your targeted one? Twitter is a powerful platform to do micro blogging. It is the best place to share news, show your emotion, share thoughts and follow your favorite celebrity and to promote your business.  Your tweet (blog of 140 characters) is shown in time… Continue Reading »

Internet Tools You Should Know

Ryan Sandberg February 9, 2012

If you work in an online industry, whether you’re in the brand management business or you help clients with online conversion, there are certain Internet tools that can make your job easier. Not only will these web development tools significantly enhance your ability to make meaningful advances in your field, many of them are vital for… Continue Reading »

Email Marketing for a Higher Conversion Rate

Jesse Langley February 7, 2012

In today’s digital times, we sometimes focus too much on SEO and PageRank. While they’re incredibly important to a site’s success, they’re also not the only driving force that’s in play. After all, if your sole aspiration is SEO and not your conversion rate, you’re missing out on what you originally set out to do…. Continue Reading »

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