Facebook is a popular advertising platform among a lot of ecommerce entrepreneurs, offering powerful tools to drive targeted paid traffic to your store. In fact, many are able to manage their own Facebook ads to grow their business, once they get the hang of the basics. In this step-by-step guide, Mary-Rose Sutton show you how to get yourself set up with your own Facebook ads and create your first ad campaign.
No doubt, you’ve heard enough about the importance of local SEO for small businesses. This is especially true today as more than half of users search for local businesses or services.
But how to launch a local SEO campaign from scratch? Check out this local SEO guide for small businesses.
In this local SEO guide you’ll find basic steps that may help launch a local SEO campaign for your small business from scratch or revise your existing campaign and possibly find some useful tips you might have overlooked.
The pursuit of growth is what defines startups. So, why is your startup stagnating? Is it a problem with your product? An issue with your target? Aren’t you solving a problem? Do you have difficulties with your pricing strategy? This is to answer those questions read this 8 hacks to rev up your startup growth:
1. Identify your ideal customer
2. Construct a business model
3. Scale vertically and horizontally
4. Follow a Sustainable Growth Model
5. Try What Works
6. Scale Vertically and Horizontally
7. Invest in Talent And Technology
8. Track Progress And Reiterate
Applying these strategies and you may start seeing your startup grow. Happy growth hacking.
Our inboxes are more crowded than ever. Brands are blasting emails out like never before because someone (it might have been us) told them that email marketing is the most effective marketing channel.
But let’s be honest: most emails SUCK.
They’re overwhelming, uninspired and worse of all, boring to read. And with enough time, end up collecting digital dust in subscribers’ inboxes (along with other unopened emails).
Rikke Thomsen of Sleeknote.com share exactly how they’re doing to write emails that readers can’t help but open, click and comment on. Click the link below to read the email marketing case study.