Top 10 Tweak Your Biz Articles: September, 2013
Why is it that good ideas don’t make it in the marketplace? The Backstreet Boys, Smartphone apps for the business traveller, the battle between Apple & Google, a case study on brand management, where to sell your website, Infographics, WordPress plugins, Email marketing and Twitter. These are the subjects that featured in our most popular business articles during September here at Tweak Your Biz.
The most popular business articles during September
Hail a cab, find a parking spot or track a flight. Do you travel for business? Business Development Manager at the Executive Offices Group: Alexa Garthwaite picks several popular smartphone apps that can greatly aid your journey.
Infographics have become a powerful marketing tool – Courtney Gordner on how your business can benefit from infographics while sticking with the correct balance of visual & contextual stimulation.
Transform a simple blog into a full-service website – Marketing Manager for Factor Finders: Autumn Dlugoz lists 10 of the best WordPress plugins for small business.
Tackling email marketing for the first time? Sandra Hennessy has compiled a handy checklist to assist you when planning an email marketing project.
Mark Zarr hears a lot of good ideas but only a few that ever get off the ground and become successful businesses. He asks: “Why is it that good ideas don’t make it in the marketplace?”
“Great businesses are a lot like the Backstreet Boys”? CEO at the Bath Outlet: William Shuhaibar attends a Backstreet Boys concert only to find himself thinking about business.
Throughout August, Operations Manager of at UK Linkology; Adam Connell managed a 5 x increase in traffic to his personal blog from Twitter – employ the same tactics and you can do the same for your blog (or do even better).
When it comes to buying and/or selling websites, there are lots of options to choose from. Joseph Oni from GuestBloggingTactics.com examines 4 options: auction sites, website broker firms, forums & classified ads.
This second post from Joseph Oni was inspired by Brand.com – recently purchased by Reputation Changer for six figures. Read why this is a great case study in effective brand management.
We also launched our #TYBspotlight feature this month and our very first #TYBspotlight was with David Glynn who is responsible for Sales & Marketing at the McWilliam Park Hotel. David talked about being named the ‘Best Hotel in Mayo’, the Irish hotel sector – and how online and social media are contributing to their success.
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