Social Media

7 Marketing Trends You Should Consider for Q2 and Q3

By the time you hit the second quarter of the year, you should have a clear idea about what marketing tactics work for your company. Now is the time for planning a marketing schedule for the remainder of the year and replacing some of the things that aren't working with the latest marketing trends.

Having a marketing strategy prepares you for a successful year and prevents major mistakes. In a survey of top marketers, researchers found the ones who write out their strategy are 538 percent more successful. Businesses who plan their goals and marketing schedule have a higher chance of success than those who don't.

Bryan Ruby's Last Google Post

Last weekend, I submitted my last Google+ post. From here on out, I won't be actively monitoring the platform given the expected demise of Google+. This is what I posted:

This is likely my last Google+ post but I don't plan to delete my Google+ account until February 28, 2019

Unless something significant happens, I don't plan to post again on Google+. It doesn't seem logical to invest my time and effort to post something we all know will be deleted in a couple months. I may leave a comment here or there on G+ but that's about it.

Study: Social media has the least influence on retail technology purchases

London, 6th February 2019 – Insight driven Tech PR Agency, CCgroup, today released the findings of its primary research study “How to influence retail technology buyers”. The results, collected from over 30 tier one (turnover above £500m) and tier two (turnover between £30-£500m) UK retailers, identified the information most important to decisionmakers when longlisting, shortlisting and purchasing from a potential technology vendor. port found that 42% of respondents would use industry analyst reports during shortlisting phase, making it the most influential content type.

5 Simple yet Effective Practices for Maximizing Your Ecommerce Customer Service

The Ecommerce industry is, for all its lucrative potential, a highly competitive field. Thousands upon thousands of online stores are battling it out for the love and affection of the ever-growing consumer market every single day – so how do you plan to stand out? The truth is that there are several key ways your Ecommerce store can separate itself from the herd, of which smart branding and stellar customer service present the winning combination for long-term success.

4 Important Reasons to Not Buy Facebook Likes

Facebook has been a great source for people who want to grow their business all around the world through social media. There are other mediums as well but Facebook has been the ultimate way of finding the right audience at the right time and in the right place. To build an audience on the social networking site buying can be a very great option which one won’t be able to resist. There is no doubt that everyone wants followers and likes on their pages that would help them get their audiences intrigued. This is the basic relationship building of the people with the page on Facebook.

Maintaining High SEO Rankings in the Competitive Digital Landscape

Boosting your online exposure and generating quality traffic is the foundation of your online success. To rank high in the highly competitive SERPs is challenging and requires a lot of effort, passion, and dedication. However, getting to the #1 spot on Google is only half the battle. The other half is, of course, maintaining your stellar rankings.

Here are a few steps you should take to stay competitive.

How ORM Is Redefining SEO (And How to Do It Right)

Online reputation management (ORM) has become a true buzzword recently, but there are still numerous misconceptions about it. ORM is complex and contains a wide range of practices that shape the public perception of your brand. And, apart from your branding efforts, they may also impact your SEO.  

Let’s see how ORM is redefining the digital marketing landscape and how to get the most out of it.

2018 Unisys Security Index™: Identity Theft Top Concern for UK Citizens, Social Media Exploitation Fuelling Fear Amongst Millennials

London, UK. October 24, 2018 – The 2018 Unisys Security Index™, a leading security barometer which surveys over 1,000 UK citizens, has revealed identity theft as the top worry for UK citizens, with 56 percent of respondent registering that they were very or extremely concerned. Concerns over identity theft eclipsed those related to national security, the top concern in 2017.