We could probably all admit a little obsession with our smart phones simply because they make our lives easier. This makes mobile marketing even more inciting for business owners of any size. So just make sure that the images are not too large for some phones to support or too small to actually click on or see. Making sure your site works seamlessly on all mobile devices will keep you from loosing out on a lot of business. What other factors do you feel are important when optimizing your site for mobile marketing?
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The ultra-successful business model known as network marketing has been around long before the Internet took hold of the world as we know it. While the Internet hasn’t changed network marketing, per se, it has made the various processes that comprise the business model much easier to handle. Thus the industry known as Internet based network marketing was born…
Social media still struggles with ways to properly measure an ROI. Many people feel you have to go with your gut but you really just have to put in the research. Do you agree with the data from the scientific studies above?
If you have a local business that is struggling and you seriously want to start making money online, you need to turn to mobile marketing. You need a website, which every one should have. Then you need to make sure it is compatible with every smart phone and tablet platform available. If you have a site that connects viewers directly to your in store phone or live help, you are doing this right. Even I look for local stores to shop at and for discounts on my smart phone, I mean, it’s just so convenient! Don’t you?
AdWords are paid ads that show up with every Google search. This is a good way to get your website to climb in rank. After reading over this post, what do you think abut #3 saying the CTR is not affected by ad position?