In the Know – the Exposure Blog
We have more than 25 years of experience in digital marketing, but we’re still learning every day. With our In the Know blog, we’re happy to share that knowledge with you.
Using social media successfully for your business is a lot more complicated than creating a company page and adding an occasional post. If you don’t know what you’re doing, your social media marketing efforts could be doing your business more harm than good. Here are 11 social media mistakes to avoid.
Is your marketing content excellent, good, or substandard? How do you tell?
Your logo is the face of your business and a reflection of your identity. As an extension of your brand, your logo should be a unique and powerful mark to identify your company, improve your image, engage customers, and drive business. If your logo isn't doing its job, it might be time for a change.
Having a company blog is one of the best ways to increase website traffic and generate leads. In fact, 80% of consumers appreciate learning more about a company through custom blog content and companies with blogs generally see 67% more leads per month than those without. But how do you make sure your company blog delivers those results and keeps customers coming back for more?
Can your website be used by anyone, including those with visual, hearing, or other impairments?
Email is a great marketing tool for reaching potential customers. It delivers a better return on investment than any other marketing channel, it’s ubiquitous and easy to use, and there are many different types of emails you can use to generate leads and increase customer engagement.
If your business has a page on Facebook or Instagram, you probably want more followers. It’s not just a popularity contest—the more followers your page has, the more people you can reach and the more your business is likely to benefit.
It only takes a fraction of a second for visitors to form an opinion about your website. While things like testimonials, reviews, and a high quality blog definitely contribute to the credibility of a website, a first impression is based on the things a user can perceive in those first crucial moments. Here’s what your site needs for a great first impression.
Since its launch in 2004, Facebook has grown exponentially, and now has almost 3 billion monthly active users and more than 200 million Facebook business pages.