Ephemeral content has become a popular way for businesses to share a variety of content with their audience. This form of content includes pieces such as photos, videos, and live streams that are shared directly with your audience through social media channels but only exist for a short time before they disappear.
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The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has dramatically changed the current business climate. Having a reliable E-Commerce platform can help to create stable revenue and save your business! Aside from being a method of generating revenue, there are other benefits to providing your products online. During this time, it has never been so crucial for your business to have an online shopping platform.
With the recent outbreak of COVID-19, we all find ourselves straddling the line between panic and a business-as-usual attitude. However, with the authorities recommending (and in some cases enforcing) social distancing, we may soon have to face new realities. These realities include changing how we work.
The social media landscape is changing at such a rapid pace, it can be difficult to keep up with! With changing technologies and new techniques, it’s more important than ever to stay ahead of the game. Active social media users account for 2.89 billion people, which is a penetration of 39%!
As a business owner, it’s easy to be enticed by the idea of having a free website. Sure, it will showcase your services, it will look ok, and it might even generate traffic. But, it’s important to educate yourself on the often unknown compromises you will have to make when opting for a free website, rather than a paid web design service.
Without a thorough understanding of SEO, it's common for local business owners to have misconceptions or unrealistic expectations of how it will generate traffic to their website. We're here to debunk the myths and misconceptions of local SEO and provide you with the realities of them.
When it comes to building a successful social media marketing strategy, many local businesses choose to go with Facebook as their primary channel. While there is no arguing the world's largest social network is an exceptionally powerful tool for brands, it should not be seen as the only effective advertising and marketing option.
If you use social media for for yourself or your business, you probably find yourself snapping photos for your feed. But are you getting the best picture possible? These 3 easy tips can help you take better photos so you get more engagement!
We challenge you to check yourself out online and see where you rank. Check out your competitors. When's the last time you Googled yourself?
Google has changed the way it is ranking websites in it's search results. If your website is not responsive or mobile friendly, you are going to be outranked. Read more to find out what this means.