We love Twitter! It’s the perfect platform for us to deliver our “to the point” blog content to our target market (small businesses on a budget).
We see many other businesses not using Twitter to it’s full effect, some see it as a platform to spam (which everyone hates), others just like to get involved in pointless arguments.
If you want to make the most of the social network follow the 10 commandments listed in the infographic below from Oscar Del Santo. It’s quite hard to read so make sure you click to enlarge.
With the rise of social media and content marketing as a way to build your business we are reading and creating more written content than ever. Add this to the time constraints we all feel due to having businesses to run, it’s inevitable that mistakes will be made along the way.
The infographic below from CopyBlogger gives you 15 of the most common grammar mistakes you are making that will reduce the effectiveness of your marketing messages.
There are many elements to consider when writing a successful blog post. There’s no point writing the worlds greatest post if your title doesn’t make people want to read it and there’s no point creating a catchy title if the rest of your post is naff.
The infographic below from Piktochart gives you 24 tips to help create perfect blog posts that your visitors will want to read and share with their connections.
Are you making the most out of Twitter? With over 645m users posting 790m tweets per day it’s a monster of a network and it can provide massive results when used in the right way.
The infographic below from Passion Digital gives you 20+ best practices to use that will help you to build new followers and increase engagement.
Colour can play a very important role in the success of your business. The colours used in your logo and website can define the image your business portrays to your customers. Blue represents dependability and strength so it’s no surprise that the majority of the worlds top 100 companies use blue within their logo.
The infographic below from Colour Lovers shows you the top 100 brands and what colours they use. It is a few years old so the rankings aren’t current but the message is still the same.
Consumers like to use local companies. Most of us feel more comfortable buying from a company we know is just down the road. More often than not we will search for a product or service in our local area, but even if we don’t, Google knows where we are and will show us local results anyway.
If you want to get your products and services in front of your local customers your local SEO ranking massively important. The infographic below from 123 Print gives you 4 steps to ensure your site appears in the local search results.
It’s fairly obvious that driving traffic to your website is one of the most important and powerful techniques any small business owner can use to build their business. What happens once visitors have landed on your site though? They don’t just magically turn into customers.
The infographic below from InfusionSoft gives what they call the “Big 7″. It all starts with driving traffic to your website, what are you doing to master the techniques listed after that?