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Everyone who owns iPhones, iPads, Macbooks, Android products.....this is unfortunately the season of thieves anxious to cash in on your money by relieving you of your possessions...
Whether for business or personal use, this article covers the best security out there, some with retina integration! I was taken by the fact they even had some security products out there BEFORE the actual product was even released!
It is a relatively short article, please take a moment and read....
Email Marketing - Christmas-themed and general winter holiday season emails have higher open rates when sent weeks or even months earlier than immediately before the target holiday, according to a recent report from ...
This exceptional article specifically addresses crucial elements needed to implement successful holiday-themed Email campaigns.
Emotions and feelings make a longer lasting impression on the mind than making it 'think'. Images or graphics along these lines make lasting impressions (expressive faces, racing cars and s__ __, just to name a few). Color also play a factor; did you know yellow is known to be a 'negative' color?
Understanding how the human brain works makes for good business insight and is truly a plus in marketing. Being able to grab and hold onto attention is the aim of all marketers; setting the stage to make your audience want to 'have' whatever it is you are promoting!
The infographic below, generated by Emma, a Nashville-based email marketing software provider, highlights twelve biological trigger mechanisms that make the human brain light up....
A serious marketer, or blogger/author/etc., must take into account what will generate the best desired results. By not taking into account the thought process of your audience, you are making a potentially fatal error.
On-page SEO is one of the most significant SEO/Ranking factors when it comes to search results. Doing good in these aspects can boost your overall SEO performance, and this is achieved by ensuring each of your important technical on-page SEO elements – which will be discussed in further detail in the following – are optimized to bring you top results....
With Google looking at over 200 factors when ranking a website, how do you know which ones to focus on? Or better yet, what steps do you need to take in order t
Mr. Neil Patel is one of my favorite 'go-to' sources for online marketing of any sort - he is expert on every aspect of content marketing/blogs/website optimization, etc. The infographic contained within completely outlines 'perfect' SEO structure for your page/blog!
It’s a b2b, b2c, and c2c marketplace where businesses essentially pay for adspace and keywords, much like they would for google. Vendors range from small, local craftsmen selling figurines to big, international corporations like Nike. Products have as broad a range as what you can find on Amazon or eBay, but Alibaba specializes in technology, luxury goods, and specific one-of-a-kind products sold by small, local vendors. - See more at: http://www.offervault.com/scoop/2014/11/18/what-can-alibiba-do-for-you/#sthash.zaEj6cTF.dpuf
If any of this applies to you or your clients....jump on board!
Over the past few years, blogging has become an extremely competitive industry to be in. Some of the top bloggers have made over $1 million/year through affiliate links such as rewardStyle and appearance fees in the tens of thousands. We met with one of the first bloggers on the scene, she started on YouTube and has since branched into the fashion blogging space and has become one of the most in-demand bloggers to date. She built her following, of over 500K on Youtube by creating well produced and engaging ‘how-to’ videos.
Wendy’s video ’25 Ways To Wear A Scarf In 4.5 Minutes’ went viral and has been viewed over 25 million times. During New York Fashion Week at the Daily Front Row Media Lounge at the brand new Park Hyatt. Simply Stylist was hosting a cocktail hour for fashion and beauty influencers and got to sit down with Wendy....
Personally, I make use of Buffer.....for me, it is an indispensible marketing tool. One of the accounts I 'buffer' to is Twitter. Twitter is an amazing online presence....for social, fun, marketing, anything!
Recently, Buffer published a list of Twitter 'tools' .... all free! They are a wonderful set of tools you can certainly use to increase your interaction within Twitter!
Am anxiously awaiting for a response from them; I want this tool! A cloud-based, easy to use animated video making app...drag 'n drop! Although not out yet, I have signed up for it.....more exciting than Iphone 6!!!!!
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