Welcome to another edition of WNW Digital’s Friday Blog Round Up where we bring you the latest from the Digital Marketing world.
This week we will looking at online marketing tips for small businesses and how they can improve your engagement, ways to use Social Media beyond digital marketing and we have tactics that can improve your content writing that will help your website score. We also take a look into the differences between Business-to-Business and Business-to-Consumer online strategies, reasons why you should re-design your website and of course we finish on Whiteboard Friday from the guys at Moz!
Key Differences Between B2B and B2C Social Media – Business-to-Business and Business-to-Consumer have some big differences when it comes to their social media strategies and it focuses on content length, buyers cycle and drivers, influences and experts.
Tactics That Will Make Your Writing Tighter As Easy As 1-2-3 – Writing tight content can be difficult and it results in websites having long and boring amounts of text that ultimately scare off visitors. This blog gives you three simple ways of improving your content writing which will then keep your people on your website.
5 Reasons Why You Should Re-Design Your Website – There are many reasons why your website could need a revamp and this article gives you some factors to why your site would need to be re-designed. If you have any enquiries about website re-design visit our contact page as we have a great development team that would be happy to help.
Online Marketing Tips For Small Businesses – Here are some brilliant tips and guidance for small businesses when it comes to online marketing with a focus on planning, budgets, target audience, outsourcing and analysis.
Ways To Use Social Media Beyond Marketing – Business2Community look at the ways you can use Social Media beyond marketing by looking at Extent Life Content, Product Development, Feedback and Content for Offline Initiatives.
Whiteboard Friday – Rand Fishkin takes you through linking internally and externally from your website and what dangers, opportunities, risks and rewards that they can give to your business.
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