It's rare for someone to pull the trigger on a big purchase right away. Savvy customers can sometimes take several months to research and come to a decision. To help build a relationship between them and your brand, continual contact is key. When you grow your email list, you are also adding new leads to the pipeline who will be more willing to buy your wares. Asking for an email address is easier than asking them to spend thousands of dollars on your products. But, there's still some finesse needed to spur sign-ups and dramatically build your list. Today, were going to share our top 4 tips for increasing your number of email signups and inbound leads.read more →
Blogging is no longer "something that you should do," it is "something that must be done," if companies want to reach an awaiting audience. In April 2015, HubSpot released a report on the importance of blogging. Within the report it was revealed that companies which publish 16+ blog posts per month had 3.5X more traffic than their competitors who published between 0 - 4 monthly posts. As it turns out, on average 75 percent of all HubSpot blog views were from old blog posts, which goes to show that blogging is arguably one of the most important digital marketing tactics.read more →
At AdVision we live by 5 core principles, in fact, they were the very first things I learned on my first day. We strive for No BS, Gravitas, Measured Results, Fearlessness, and Staying Ahead of Curve. While all these principles are equally important and valued, the one that stuck out to me the most was the ability to stay ahead of the curve. It’s important in an industry that is so fast moving and constantly changing to make sure you’re always learning and bettering yourself. Not only for your own personal benefits of growth, but for your team’s success, and ultimately your company’s success.read more →
If you're a new company or just new to Search Engine Optimization, you will soon discover why the strategy will become a necessity to increase traffic and customers to your website. SEO focused words get picked up by search engines and placed in a ranking on their pages. When keywords are placed strategically in content, search engines use those words to attract potential consumers. For example, if someone is searching for a medical diagnosis or condition, they might search for those words, or even more specifically Type II Diabetes Symptoms. Companies, such as Webmd, The Mayo Clinic and Medicine.net discovered that using those specific keywords allowed search engines to rank them high, even on the front page. Because of that ranking, their traffic has increased ten-fold.
Search engine marketing services are the single most important components for generating quality leads. It's that simple. And although researching search engine marketing quickly becomes detailed and complex, here's the big picture: search engine marketing falls under two basic categories, unpaid and paid. The aim: generative traffic (leads) to result in sales.
Like a road map from the gifting heavens, simply follow the info graphic answering such questions as "On a scale of one to Mark Zuckerberg, how tech-savvy is Mom?" and simply follow the arrows to the perfect gift idea. Not only is this entertaining (the question answers are hilarious) it's very helpful. They actually provide gift ideas from iPads to Capacitive Gloves depending on Mom's geek level, including links to the websites where you can complete the transaction - Brilliant!
I can't wait to see my Mom's face when she unwraps her brand new NotPad, available here... http://www.firebox.com/product/2976/NotPad?currency_conversion=1
Good, now that we've got that out of the way, the reason this interested us is that it's blowing up the internet. And by "blowing up" we mean the story is driving a ton of online hits... By simply having the word 'TEBOW' on your site, especially if you live in beautiful Colorado, you're upping your odds of grabbing some coveted web hits. This being said, we at AdVision aren't petty enough to type 'TEBOW - TEBOW - TEBOW' on our site, but to those who do - best of luck! TEBOW.
Included in the remaining top 25 - note some of these are *funny* - are:
- monkey (6)
- dragon (10)
- master (14)
- shadow (19)
- ashley (16) !?!
The just of it is - if you use any of the above as a password for any online application, change it now. But not to '123456', as that was #2 on the list.
Cherry.com is a website / mobile app that allows users to check in, and have their car washed whenever and wherever they might be. On the surface - This is an AWESOME idea. Simply check in on your mobile device (yes I'm assuming you have one), and the 'washer' closest to you will reply with an estimated time of arrival.
Cost? Really no different that what you'd find at a high end car wash - $29, which includes tip.
Hurdles? Feeling comfortable enough to leave your car unlocked for a total stranger. Yikes.
I'm THAT guy who watches how the car is driven on the wash track, I follow the car as it's pulled through the wash, and I pay attention to who and how the car is dried. I'm a bit of a car freak - I know. But I'd have a hard time not standing next to the washer as he does his work. At that point, I what am I gaining?