Posts Tagged ‘online marketing’

You know what, I’m not going to pretend that I’m the most knowledgeable person in the world when it comes to running a business and being an entrepreneur in general. I’m certainly not. But since I have some experience as a business owner and I’ve been through the whole process of dealing with business start-up issues, I think I can shed some light on the topic.

Let’s take a look at the branches of marketing that are absolutely necessary for any business to comprehend and potentially incorporate into their marketing strategies in this high-speed age of information.

One of the hardest things I have started for my business is creating engaging video content. Read this article for some great tips on why you should begin.

Affiliate marketing is an online marketing setup, wherein a third party (usually a blogger) helps a business or website promote its products or services for a cost.

Being a solo-entrepreneur is not as bad as it seems. For instance, you can get some of the promotion done on a budget. Here are 5 things to start with.

URL shorteners allow recipients of your print materials to be engaged with your business website! Read this post to learn how to do it with your site.

Are the C-Suite executives unable to comprehend the obvious business benefits that online marketing brings?

What has taken place in Ireland to explain the huge adjustments in the last fifteen years? Why is rugby so close to passing the GAA in the survey as the second most popular sport in Ireland?

Search engine optimisation (SEO) is a really hot topic at the moment. In fact, even in the midst of a social media generation focussed on Facebook, Twitter et al, businesses still realise that search, and being found on Google, is of paramount importance in terms of succeeding and performing online.

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!