Posts Tagged ‘communication’

Email marketing has been with us longer than the most popular social networks, yet among many businesses – particularly smaller or new businesses, a facebook page or twitter account comes before emarketing even though it’s a proven means of effective communication. If you’re not e-marketing, here are ten years you should be!

The use of hashtags is a great idea because Twitter users can make them their own and generate conversation (and content) around them, connecting with not only the brand but also each other. However, be warned, promoted hashtags should be approached with care, specifically because Twitter uses can make them their own …

In the world of digital marketing, we have the ability to measure these triggers and events, which pinpoint the cause and effect of any given campaign or project. This we call ‘causality marketing’.

On Monday 7th November Google announced its launch of Google+ pages for all, with a roll out to happen gradually over the next couple of days – although many had immediate access on the Monday.

If you are unsure as to whether or not you should blog for your business, the following story may help you to make up your mind.

Netiquette can be described as the convention or standard for communicating online. This will include communication on the Internet (blogging, chat forums etc.) email, or work collaboration. It could also be very applicable for off line networking.

In last month’s post, I discussed the thought process of B2C (Business to Consumer) customers. Today, we’re going to look at how B2B (Business to Consumer) customers think.

If I had a euro for every person I’ve spoken to over the last ten years who thought that B2B […]

I was inspired by the question: “What are the best free resources for a startup?” to organize a list of free resources for small businesses. Here’s the list broken up by category…

Selling on the Internet is an ideal situation; I mean, all those potential shoppers searching in cyber-shopper heaven, and you don’t need to lift a finger. You’re happy with your glass…