is pleased to share the list of favourite member marketing blogs for this week. Please check out the posts below for some ingenious tips and knowledge from our members.
LIAR LIAR BRAND ON FIRE
by Songbird Marketing Communications
highlights that when your brand gets wedged in a lie it will be forever blemished with that lie, which will make it difficult to bounce back with your audience. Considering that we are living in a connected world all of the amazing things you do within a community such as rewarding customer loyalty has a shelf life, but when it comes to a lie – your audience memories is very long. In case you were pulled into the dark side and your brand is caught in a lie check out this post for 5 steps to help you come back into the light.
The 5 P’s of an Awesome Landing Page
outlines that when it comes to creating pages everyone is different, so when it comes to creating awesome landings it is essential to follow these 5 steps. Ensuring that your website has a single purpose, pick one product or service, what makes your service points unique, and pricing. Check out Candy box Marketing
for an in-depth insight on how to make your landing page successful.
Website security Does it Matter? What Can I do About it?
On an average day, 30,000 websites are hacked. No need to worry too much, about 30,000 websites being protruded daily, there are only one billion websites worldwide. However, don’t take it for granted as 30,000 per day equals to 10 million per year. Check out The Story Web Design Marketing
for steps you can take to protect your website from being hacked.
Social Media Audit: Gain the Competitive Edge You Need
by Treefrog Marketing
emphasizes that utilizing social media in a way that resonates with your audience, builds trust, improves engagement, and drives sales begins with accurate insight. Social media audit is a research-based way to ascertain whether you are achieving results using the social tools, where you may be failing and which social media tools is right for you. Check out this amazing post for the primary benefits an audit of your social networks will include.
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