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With 70% of online consumers check reviews before buying, it is vital that your company uses these to their full advantage. Reviews and recommendations represent an insight for small businesses, and also allows businesses to build brand trust and loyalty - and social proofing is a great way to do this.  But what is Social Proof, and why is it so important? Keep reading for more information.  What is Social Proof?  Social proof is the idea that people adapt...

Email is one of the best ways to share your brands content, as email subscribers are 3x more likely to share your content on social media. Content won’t travel to readers by itself and blogs are unlikely to make it into search results by themselves.  If you’re spending budget on content, graphic and video production, you want to ensure that it gets the coverage and views that it deserves. Here are some reasons why you should share...

 Website Accessibility is a critically important area that every business owner with a website should be aware of and prioritising.  What is Web Accessibility?  Accessibility means that a disabled person can access or benefit from your website, and it is about ensuring that your website is inclusive, accessible and mindful of all users. Ultimately, you need to make sure that your website can be used by everyone - regardless of permanent or temporary disability.  Not only does this mean...

What are negative keywords? Negative keywords are a very basic yet essential tool for controlling the positioning and spending in the digital landscape. They allow us to remove any keywords that we do not wish to appear for or that may not resemble & represent our product/service. Let’s take the example of a phone reseller, let’s say you sell all the major brands apart from Nokia. In that case, it would make sense that you do not want your...

The hype around blogging may make you think that it is useful but not essential, but it is in fact critical for businesses. Below, we discuss some of the benefits of having a blog for your business.  Benefits of Having a Blog  1. Increase Traffic to Your Website  A blog gives users a reason to visit your website if you post quality content that gives value. Once users are on your website, they are likely to continue navigating across...

Video tends to have high engagement rates, which allows you to use it in your digital marketing on YouTube. With over 6 billion hours of videos watched every month on YouTube, showing how much of a growing platform it is, making is a great tool to promote your services and increase brand awareness. Here are some ways in which you can increase engagement: 1. Post and Share at an Appropriate Time and Regularly Create content that is...

Building engagement on Twitter will help to build relationships between your brand and potential customers. By getting your brand name and content out there, you can drive traffic to your website, increasing leads, visitors and sales. Here are some ways in which you can increase engagement:   1. Tweet during Daytime Hours This can help more people to see your content, increasing the likelihood of shares and interactions. 2. Share images and videos. Research shows that by including images...

Instagram is a growing platform for both individuals and businesses, and with its huge amount of users, it's a great place for your business to reach new audiences and build potential leads. Here are some ways in which you can increase engagement:   1. Hashtags Searching for hashtags brings up 9 Top Posts at the results page, which is a great opportunity for you to appear in. This can mean huge exposure for your brand to reach a...

Facebook engagement is any action that someone performs on your page, whether that me like or commenting, or clicking a link. This can lead to better organic reach, in turn driving traffic to your best. This potentially can increase sales for your business. Here are ways in which you can increase engagement: 1. Share valuable content Ensure that it is helpful to the audience by solving a problem, or giving interesting information. Make sure that it is...

As online transactions become more impulse driven than ever, and touchpoints are becoming digital, brands are using digital marketing to build connections with potential customers. It gives marketers the ability to cut through other noise to find relevant, targeted interactions. Personalised Marketing Personalised marketing is used more often than not in this day and age, and at the lowest level is enables minor improvements to the customer experience - which help to inform the final purchase....