Monetization

Successful blogging part 3: find your target market

There are countless blogs online and thanks to easy and free blogging software, anyone can become an author. In our blogging series, we take you through the basics as you create your own professional blog. After discussing the technical aspects of a blog in part 1, and the importance of finding the right topic in part 2, the next step is to analyze your target market. After all, you can only...

Optimize your online store with a stock control system

When the orders start stacking up, that’s when you know your efforts have paid off and your webstore project is finally getting off the ground. However, attempting to keep up with the demand whilst carrying out transactions and shipment manually could ultimately prove disastrous for your company. Avoid the logistical nightmare by implementing a well-planned, solid structure for your purchases and...

Gulp vs. Grunt: differentiating between the task runners

Writing new code is an essential aspect of web development. For frontend developers, in particular, this task makes up a significant portion of day-to-day work, with the bulk of it focused on expressing the unique appearance and functions of an internet presence to optimally represent the project. While the development process produces creative tasks, it also generates a great deal of recurring...

How to get more Instagram followers

Facebook’s subsidiary Instagram is growing in interest for companies. Considering it now has over 500 million registered users worldwide, it’s not hard to see why. Instagram gives the general public a unique look into the lives of their favorite celebrities: you too can offer users a chance to get closer to your business, by uploading original photos, graphics, and video clips. So how do you get...

How companies use social selling

Purchasing decisions are rarely made out of the blue. Customers usually go through a decision-making phase, during which it’s up to the company to convince the customer of their need for the product. This is most effective when you present yourself and your products as trustworthy and honest as possible – particularly on social networks, where your target group conducts research, asks for...

Amazon SEO: Simple means to higher sales

Those who want to sell online often can’t avoid going to Amazon with their own online shop. The sales platform is one of the most important e-commerce magnets in the world, which is why good placement in the Amazon search results is highly competitive. Like classic search engine optimization, Amazon SEO has developed into an important success strategy for this reason. If you understand the...

E-commerce in America: flourish online

With online shopping becoming ever more popular and convenient, more and more industries are flourishing in the world of e-commerce. This is partly due to the fact that it’s easier than ever before to build and run a professional web store. But what are most important things to remember when getting into e-commerce? And how can you be successful with little or no experience?

7 essential online marketing basics

Most beginnings get off to a tricky start – this might sound clichéd, but it is definitely true when taking the first steps in online marketing. If you’re searching for an SEO manual or the master plan for a suitable online marketing mix, you might be left disappointed. Each company has to find its own mix of campaigns and channels that works for them. If you know the most important online...

Omnichannel marketing: definition and strategies

The definition of omnichannel marketing sounds simple: customers use multiple channels that enable them to seamlessly purchase a product or use a service. They are then supported by dialogue marketing and encouraged to make further purchases. Omnichannel is the new buzzword and many sales models such as 'click and collect' have long since become part of their customers’ everyday lives. But how...

Dialogue marketing | Interactive relationships with customers

Dialogue marketing is about opening a conversation with consumers. Unlike mass marketing techniques, dialogue campaigns are adapted to cater to the interests and needs of individual customers. In order to build and retain positive customer relationships, companies are now using a range of communications channels to generate consumer reactions. These include traditional direct marketing techniques,...