I recently visited a friend of mine, who is a plumber, and was surprised to find that the taps in his bathroom, and his kitchen, were leaking. We’ve known each other long enough that I didn’t have to beat around the bush in asking, so I put it to him that it seemed strange that someone in his line of work would have less than perfect plumbing. His response may come as no surprise to many of us. He was too busy tending to customers that he doesn’t have the time to look after his own fixtures and fittings. Sound familiar?
If your digital marketing team is churning out a load of great content to give you a favourable position in search rankings and an increase in visitors to your website, you might be wondering why your sales team is not delivering when it comes to closing all those juicy new leads and turning them into sales.
Ok, so the Irish summer blows hot and cold like a femme fatale in a film noir, but summer it is, and we can be forgiven for turning our thoughts towards holidays and a little relaxation. However, the world of inbound marketing doesn’t take a holiday, and continues to evolve to meet ever-changing consumer demands, and sometimes it can be hard to keep up with the latest best practices, innovations and words of wisdom. Luckily, there are several handy events and workshops taking place in July to help keep you up to date and on top of your digital marketing strategy.
They keep changing the rules! It’s difficult to keep up with the best practices that will push you up the rankings in online search, but there are certain things you should keep in mind that will help your business increase visibility, website traffic and consumer engagement. Here’s a rundown of ten of them…
We’ve been hearing about it for a while now within the digital marketing sphere: video is the way to go in terms of consumer engagement. It is true that video is proving to be a very effective means to attract and engage with a target market and to drive them down the conversion path, but its popularity within digital marketing departments and digital agencies means that there is a danger of this medium being overused. The consequence? We are already seeing the backlash previously faced by paid for advertising in the form of that familiar nemesis – ad blocking.