An online marketing mix is a strategy that determines what kind of choices to make for building a Web presence.
Marketing mix is a concept with a long history in business. It usually includes four Ps: (more…)
When Google announces, online publishers jump. When Google says a “mobile first strategy” is paradise for high search rankings, should publishers jump again?
The answer is yes and no. (more…)
Website menus get the same benefit from prominence as advertising, content, functionality or any other element on a site.
The more prominent the site navigation, the more likely people will click on the links. (more…)
Online marketing for a website has the potential for greatness if the site itself is great.
The world’s best paint job on a car won’t matter if the car doesn’t run well. An amazing new 55-inch TV with the latest color, HD and other advances isn’t worth much if the programming stinks. (more…)
“Online marketing strategy” is a popular phrase that is used to describe ways of generating large amounts of traffic to a website.
In the business world, the words strategy and tactics are often mixed together. Sometimes they are mixed together so tightly that the meaning of one is almost the same as the other. (more…)
A successful website more and more needs an online business model that merges four different value propositions.
A value proposition creates value for both the business and the customers of that business. In an online environment, any business finds value in one of four broad ways: (more…)
Website owners who develop online advertising budgets can use a simple ratio from newspapers and broadcasters that makes predicting revenue much easier.
Tradition media companies struggle with finding a rational way to set goals for their online advertising budgets. (more…)