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From increasing local SEO and optimizing social channels for online search to creating experiences for your customers, here is a quick round-up of the best marketing, advertising and local business related content you may have missed this week:
Standing out online can make or break your business when it comes to brand awareness. As a local business, are you leveraging local online resources to boost your smaller-scale exposure? Check out these five reasons why increasing local search engine optimization (SEO) is relevant to you.
Like we talked about in the previous post, more SEO tactics means more exposure for your brand. This post breaks down the simple, key steps in applying these helpful search-engine marketing techniques to your Twitter account.
The concept of banner ads have been around for nearly as long as the consumer internet. This post from Google's Bob Arnold breaks down the strategies of improving banner efficiency and performance. The most important part? Quality creative.
Did you know that consumers check their phones about 150 times a day? Shoppers are (and continue to WANT to be) more connected than ever before. Explore this study from Nielson to decide how mobile advertising works best for your brand, and then utilize this channel to get your ad messages into the hands of your most valuable customers.
A few months ago, we talked about how millennials look for brands they can relate to, and those they can form a lasting relationship with. According to new industry data, this mindset has expanded well beyond the likes of Generation Y. See these three tips from AdAge for how to create meaningful experiences with all of your consumers.
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As a marketing specialist, Sara helps to execute social media and overarching content strategies. Sara has a background in public relations and has previously shared her B2C insights on the Southern Weddings Magazine blog.More Content by Sara Velordi