Top Benefits of Infographics for Your BusinessJuly 31, 2018
Revised 08 July 2020
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SEO has taken a giant leap forward in recent years and has become an element you simply can’t ignore!
It’s no doubt that marketing has taken some major twists and turns since the advent of social media. In fact, if you are a company not doing digital, you’re most likely going to lose out on all the buying power that millennials have.
Any good marketer knows that connecting to your audience is essential in keeping up good business. Thanks to technology, we no longer need to rely on the post office to get this done, we simply send an email and voila! We instantly connect to different people in our target audience.
What your mobile application (app) looks like is the first thing people notice and usually this determines whether they push that download button to engage with your brand or not. With millions of apps available in the market today, how do you get consumers to pick yours? You might think this requires some complicated code and phrases that only people with glasses understand but you’re wrong, the answer lies simply in design.
Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising first emerged in the mid-1990s and has rapidly evolved into the essential digital advertising channel it is today. PPC advertising is commonly used to direct traffic to a website, by paying for each click the site receives....