Fishbowl recently published an infographic answering eight of the most popular online marketing questions that companies fail to ask.
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You have questions… we have answers. The internet is vast, and many times you will see random acronyms that make no sense, see confusing terminology, or wonder what makes a website run the way it does. The team at TheeDesign Studio take are most popular questions and answer them in this section.
It’s a question on every savvy business owner’s mind: “How can I make my website show up #1 in Google?”
When should you hire an SEO expert to handle your Search Engine Optimization? Raleigh SEO company, TheeDesign Studio, explains when you should handle your SEO over to the experts, and what to look out for when you do.
A typical 30 second commercial spot during the Super Bowl costs 4 MILLION DOLLARS. Our internet marketers ask the question: How much could $4 MIL buy in online advertisements?
Google has released yet another algorithm as part of their efforts to enhance the user experience through better search results.
Was your website out a few weeks ago because of GoDaddy? Just because GoDaddy is able to afford race cars and super bowl commercials doesn’t mean they are a good website hosting provider.
Quality should always be priority. But ever since the Google Penguin update, websites are feeling the pressure to create even higher quality content or risk being penalized.
Like the name suggests, outbound marketing is essentially the opposite of inbound marketing. Efforts are focused on reaching OUT to consumers, rather than waiting on them to come in.
Inbound marketing leverages useful information to willingly bring prospects directly into your sales process – creating the ideal client.
Is marketing dead? That was the implication from a blog post recently published on the Harvard Business Review’s site. Author Bill Lee ignited a firestorm with the premise that traditional marketing has been rendered obsolete and has been replaced with peer influence-based, community-oriented marketing. Unfortunately, though, it’s not that simple.