So how and when did YouTube start? How many video views does it receive every day? How much did Google pay for YouTube in 2006? Find the answers to these questions and more with 50 Awesome YouTube Facts, Figures and statistics.
Small businesses are not letting big brands rule the school. They are telling the right story, maximizing online presence and leveraging trends.
In this Infographic Cox Blue share some great stats on how small businesses are successfully competing with the big brands.
It’s all about building community, being authentic, telling the right story, maximizing online presence, leveraging trends, competing on lead generation via inbound marketing and taking advantage of financial award programs.
By focusing on these areas, companies of all sizes can steal the show from Fortune companies. Immediate access to online, mobile and social platforms and the value consumers place on a one-to-one relationship makes it easier and likely for small businesses to succeed in more ways every day.
Both inbound marketing and SEO are disciplines without clear boundaries. Where do you draw the line on each of them? Is paid search an inbound marketing technique? I’d say no but others have argued it is.
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