October 2011

David vs. Goliath: The Battle For Hearts And Clicks [Part 4]

This is the fourth post in a five-part series on how to use online marketing to look as big as your biggest competitor.

It’s All About the People

By now every business from Tiffany’s to taco trucks has a social …

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Lights, Camera, Conversions: How to Get Started with Online Video

Fact: We all prefer to WATCH something rather than read it. [Sorry we’re making you read this.]

Fact: Ice.com saw a 40% increase in conversion rates for products highlighted in online videos. (Internet Retailer, August 2010)

Fact: Web pages with …

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Next Generation Advertising for Small Businesses

Online advertising has come a long way from annoying pop-ups and seizure-inducing animated banners. Recent technological innovations have enabled brands to deliver ads that are more relevant, more engaging, and more memorable than the gaudy ads of the past. Leveraging …

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David vs. Goliath: The Battle For Hearts And Clicks (Part 3)

This is the third post in a five-part series on how to use online marketing to look as big as your biggest competitor.

Don’t just get noticed–Be Remembered

In our last post, we discussed how backlink research enables you to …

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How View-Through Conversions Got A Bad Rap

Just as you wouldn’t immediately exit the freeway upon seeing an enticing billboard, you don’t always visit a website immediately after seeing its banner ad. Whether we’re out and about the town or browsing the web, we’re not always prepared …

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Getting More from Paid Advertising

By now virtually everybody knows that online advertising is crucial to driving sales and spreading awareness for your business. Over $72 billion will be spent on ads in the United States alone by the end of 2011, and online advertising …

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BattlBox sends monthly packages of personally handpicked survival, tactical, and EDC items of the highest quality. Having amassed a large buying power early on, they are now delivering items to their customers at typically half of what their customers would …

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