Social media has opened up a wide audience base for many businesses. So many businesses are taking advantage of this by marketing products and services without spending the amount of money that they would have if they were using analog media like newspapers and television. Social media gives you instant access because immediately you post your content, you can be sure that any of your audience that is online will see it. Whether you're a cosmetic consultant, a shoe designer, an interior decorator, or whatever kind of business you are in, you can be sure to find a market in social media.
Living in today’s day and age means that the vast majority of your users are zeroed-into their mobile devices at pretty much all hours of the day. If they’re not updating their social status, you can bet they’re messaging someone, browsing an online store or catching up with their emails. For you, this means you have to update your marketing strategy to include some mobile marketing tactics that ensure you’re reaching an audience that consumes most of their content from a small screen.
Sitecore is one of the most powerful CMS platforms that are currently available for website content management. All standard CMS platforms offer content management, but Sitecore offers much more than that. It can help the site owner add new pages using existing modules, edit, add or remove content from the pages, optimize the UX and improve webpage loading speed. However, just like any other CMS, Sitecore can also give the user performance trouble.
OnBuy.com surveyed 2,784 Americans who are married or in a relationship from a range of office jobs to determine which profession is going to be the most romantic on Valentine’s.
For instance, did you know 38% of Americans state the company they work for will be arranging Valentine’s Day related activities such as a decorating the office or having a love themed fancy-dress party.
by Ryan Turner (Senior Vice President of Digital Marketing for PowerChord),
If you haven’t heard, voice-driven interactions are the next big thing of 2019-2020.
Voice search usage trends tell us it’s true. From mis-referenced quotes that say by 2020, 50% of ALL online searches will be through voice. Or the more legitimate stat that says 63% of US residents between the ages of 8-18 use voice search at least once per day.