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Travel marketing is no new word. Different travel companies have been doing this for ages now. Even different forms of […]
Isn’t it time we got off of our marketing bandwagons and decided to take an unbiased look at social media from a customer’s perspective? Think of the brands that YOU follow on social media and why. Tons of reasons why, right?
YouTube is an internet phenomenon with a growing amount of traffic visiting the site all the time. Where the real stellar growth in viewing figures has come from, is the amount of people who are using their mobile devices to view their favorite videos, especially in the U.S.
When any person is planning a trip somewhere, what she looks for most is a visual of it. You just can’t expect anyone to choose a place without knowing anything about how it appears. At least not in these days, when the internet and social media are at their peak.
Tips and reasons for creating a social media policy for your employees.
For many like me, Orkut is the one that gave us the first taste of social networking. And it’ll be extremely tough for us (no matter how easily we have forgotten the very existence of the accounts) to forget the wonderful memories of reconnecting with friends lost long ago.
Do you have a business blog? After a slow start, blogging spread rapidly during 1999 and has continued to grow significantly in the years following. Nowadays “companies who blog fifteen times per month generate five times more traffic” and “B2B companies that blog one or two times per month generate 70% more leads than those that don’t”
Are you a local business with a tight budget? Then here are tips for you that can help you promote within a tight budget
Effective networking is a hugely important and powerful tool for building your professional profile. It isn’t everyone’s best skill, many loathe the idea of aggressive networking, but being a recluse can be even more ineffective.