by Yousuf A. Raza, Guest Contributor
Social media has become a new term in vocabulary for online marketers. With the ever-growing number of people joining different social media platforms, it has become an ultimate playground for any marketing agency to advertise and sell their products to make them overnight sensations. They spend countless hours, even days to formulate their strategies, and are investing millions and billions in it as the future lies with social media. The biggest purpose of a marketer is to make a brand out of a simple e-commerce business; which is being fulfilled on via social media marketing.
For the past two decades, Google undoubtedly became the single most important company in the internet search engine industry. From the very first days of the internet where people access the world wide web through desktop computers, Google was able to grow, widen its influence, and continue to be dominant especially in today’s mobile internet age.
However, Google is setting their eyes even further as they entered the hands-free search market with Google Home last 2016, bringing them in direct competition against Amazon’s Echo, as well as – just recently – Apple’s HomePod. Of course, these ecosystems and devices will not run without a brain behind each. Android users will already be familiar with Google Assistant, while Apple users know Siri all too well. Amazon, on the other hand, has Alexa integrated into their Echo.
If you own a company, why not consider your blog a method of advertising your products or services?
Let's not get into the content, but focus on the visual aspect of it, as they make a big part of the marketing strategy. So, in order to have a successful company blog, certain steps of creating appealing visual impression need to be followed.
The World Wide Web, since its advent, has opened new frontiers for all types of businesses. But take note; thequality of contentyou publish online not only has a direct impact on your reputation and success as a blogger but also determines the extent to which Google will allow you to continue publishing anything for online communities.
In this post, you are going to discover key points that Google emphasize on whenever a new post comes up online. It is vital knowledge for anyone who wants to succeed in the blogosphere; bloggers, copywriters, copyeditors, and webmasters.
It’s both reassuring and somewhat intimidating to discover a kindred spirit in the literary community, because your first impression is an online companion, and your second: direct competition for the same shrinking audience.
Or not. British author Paul Heatley, whom I’ve never met since I’ve never been to England, feels like someone I know, because we write in a similar vein: sex, thugs, and rock ’n’ roll. Though I’m more of a jazz cat.