In a world where 8 out of 10 Americans regularly use the Internet (including nearly 90 percent of adults under age 50) no business can afford to ignore marketing online. Similarly Forrester Research tells us that nearly half of all sales are influenced by the web. Developing an effective strategy to move your business onto the web – or to elevate your presence online – is one of the most cost-effective ways to reach your customers. Our toolkit will help you find new clients, customers and business partners, retain the ones you currently have, and, most importantly, turn your customers into ambassadors for your brand.
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What are the essentials of online marketing?
Think of your website as your business' headquarters in the online world. It exists as a "home base" - a place to store your assets and cultivate relationships with customers and clients - and as a platform to reach out to new customers. Read More
Email marketing isn't about creating spam and clogging up your customers' and potential customers' inboxes with sales pushes. Instead, it's a means for you to routinely have a conversation with your customers, contacts, subscribers or members. Read More
While it has become all the rage among online marketers, we urge you to think of social media as one more tool in your marketing toolkit–and not as your only tool. Read More
The beauty of advertising online is threefold: It's inexpensive compared to more traditional mediums like print, TV, and radio; it's far more targeted; and it's easier to measure success. That said, it's not an easy slam dunk. Great online ad campaigns usually share simple best practices. Read More
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