Web design and development first serves an online marketing purpose and second serves a graphical purpose. Anyone who thinks the other way around is designing a website that will undercut audience and especially revenue. (more…)
Content marketing strategy is a plan for promoting site content by publishing similar content on other sites.
For example, a publisher or business owner has a website about lawn care. The revenue opportunity lies with selling grass seed, weed killer or other related products. (more…)
Building high quality external links is a tedious, often frustrating and sometimes rewarding job.
It is tedious because it takes a great deal of research to find a high-quality site and then a high-quality page on that site to place the link. And that assumes the site is willing to accept a request to link. (more…)
User engagement is an important marketing tactic for online publishers who want to attract and keep customers of all types. It also builds brand.
Engagement opportunities exist in two forms: content and communications. Engagement environments exist in six or more online publishings platforms including websites, blogging, social media accounts, video accounts, advertising and email marketing. (more…)
Website publishers often overlook online branding as a marketing tactic because search engine optimization is so effective.
It’s true that pure Web brands in particular may get up to 90 percent or more of their total traffic from organic search results. (more…)
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…)