PPC stands for “pay per click” and is attributed to Google’s search and display ads. When you run these ads on Google, you pay a set price each time someone clicks on your advertisement. You will need to come up with a keyword strategy that aligns with your business. There is a lot that goes into a keyword strategy like choosing words with high search volume that have a low cost per click. When Google users search your target keywords your ads will appear. With PPC you have the power to create your own ads and you are also in full control of your budget. Some keywords are relatively inexpensive per click like “men’s t-shirts” at $1.70 per click whereas some are extremely expensive like “car accident lawyers” at $209 per click.
We love Aiva Labs because their AI platform makes our lives easier by helping streamline the conversion optimization process. Their campaign builder allows us to target, test and optimize specific on-site content based on user behavior. We can essentially retarget and customize the experience over different devices at little cost to our smaller business clients.
For more and more companies, a cloud-based unified data solution is the way to make this happen. Custom cycling apparel maker Hincapie Sportswear has leveraged this capability to gain greater visibility into revenue streams, turning opportunities into sales more quickly while gaining overall operating efficiency. Download this ecommerce special report from Multichannel Merchant to more.
I’ve tested the Welcome Mat and Smart Bar apps as well but they didn’t produce anywhere near the conversion rate of the List Builder and Scrollbox apps (note: that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t test them on your site… it’s just that they didn’t perform that well on our site with the setup we used so we removed them so not to distract the visitor too much while we figure out new ways to test them).
What if your customers created great content for free… and this improved your rankings…. and organically added valuable current and relevant content to your web presence? Don’t pinch yourself, this is not a dream, I created RevuCue.com and I have proven it does exactly that!! (and I am not a content writer as you might be able to tell but I do have some folks that do their best at it…)
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Content marketing includes things like blogging which can immensely help your business. You can write blogs so that they rank in Google search and they can also help your potential customers to understand your business or answer questions that they have. How can you rank with a blog? It’s all about the length of the blog, how many times you can strategically place your keyword, how many clicks and shares it receives and how long people spend reading. Whatever you blog about make sure your blogs are full of useful and relevant information that is related to your brand. No matter what type of business you have, there is something to blog about, whether it’s tips and tricks, giving advice or simply promoting your business.
Altimeter. In April of 2013, Rebecca Lieb of Altimeter started a list of 15 content marketing vendors. We were flattered to have Curata included in the initial list. More recently, Altimeter has published a content marketing vendor landscape which includes over 100 content marketing tools. However, the list does not include some of the broader categories we have included here.
Everything on the Web can—and should—be tracked. You can’t win the game if you don’t know the score. Capturing more accurate and granular information about the performance of each of your marketing strategies (traditional and online advertising) allows you to see opportunities and problem areas your competitors cannot. Your new marketing mantra should be: TRACK > TEST > TWEAK > REPEAT.
Awesome list, Pawan. I have used a good number of them, especially Outbrain, superb tool. I would like to offer one myself, Tweet Rocket. It’s a great tool for any business (or individual) who needs growth of relevant followers over a short period of time. A great tool that we use for many clients, and the results are fantastic! https://thetweetrocket.com
Before jumping into the practical knowledge, it must be said that a very important aspect of your company is your employees. Keep them happy because it has been proven that happiness has a direct correlation with high productivity in the workplace. Treat your employees right and they’ll become family members. Corporate event functions are a great way to let off steam and build a bond with your team.
Though applying big data to digital marketing is a great idea, it’s necessary to use good analytical tools to ensure the data presents valuable conclusions. These methods ensure that actionable insight is derived in an efficient manner so that companies can make their decisions without delays. To evaluate what makes a good analytical tool, it should be able to access all types of data including cloud, social media data, log files, websites, emails and other unstructured data. It should support campaign attribution tracking, real-time analytics, funnels and third-party testing and integration tools.
Visitors to your website might overlook the call to sign up that you have at the top of every page, but it’s harder to ignore a lightbox or pop-up. Scroll boxes pop up on visitors’ screens after they’ve scrolled down a certain length of the page. The box encourages them to sign up for your email list. They can be effective for encouraging a user who’s already shown interest in your content (by staying on the page long enough to scroll) to sign up for your email list.
I recently started using Wave and loving it, so I had to add it to this post. The first thing that struck me was how easy is it to create and edit videos. Another thing I loved: you don’t need any footage of your own (although you do have the option to upload your own video clips as well), as you’ll have access to a library of over 2.5 million stock videos and photos – as well as a library of 100,000 royalty-free audio clips to use in your videos.
Pretty comprehensive list. What about adding one more intuitive collaboration tool – Comindware Project (http://www.comindware.com/solutions/software-for-project-manager/ ). This nice solution with drag’n’drop interface, automatic saving, document version control and predictive Gantt-chart takes the chaos out of team collaboration and helps teams get clarity on their everyday projects, tasks, documents, discussions and deadlines.
Pop-up forms provide visitors with a quick, convenient way to share contact information and subscribe to your list while they’re browsing your site, making them a powerful tool for audience growth. They’re easy to add to your site, and they’re proven to work—our research shows that Mailchimp users have seen their list growth rate increase by an average of 50.8% after adding a pop-up form to their site.