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To help small businesses use Google AdWords, Google have some great targeting tools for local businesses or national business with small budgets to specify exactly where in the country their adverts should be shown. Here is how. Read More
AIDA (Attention, Interest, Desire and Action) attempts to describe the various stages a customer goes through before making a purchase. Whilst it has long been agreed that applying broad categories to every customer is too simple, I think it is still useful from a marketer’s perspective. Read More
Blogging is a real commitment, particularly when you have more than one site to write for. Many new blogs get abandoned within the first month or two, but even if you’ve been blogging for years the same problems of finding inspiration and defining purpose can keep cropping up. Read More
I am a big fan of surveys. Too often marketers try to use abstract data or personal opinion to define their customers and work out what they want. I find the simplest and most effective method is to ask them.

A well designed survey will help you to clearly define who your customers are, what the Read More
Unless you can afford an in-house designer, the likelihood is you will need to outsource building (or refreshing) your website to a web designer/ agency. Here are the top 7 questions I would ask web designers pitching for your business to make sure you get the best possible person for the job. Read More
Following on from part 1, this blog post will look at your email newsletter, website conversion rate, press releases and your competitors. Can you answer all these questions about your business marketing? Read More
Over the weekend I saw a Quidco TV advert that nicely summed up why, as an advertiser I don’t like using cash back websites. After 20 or so seconds seeing a family get money back on all their online purchases, we see the Quidco logo and URL, and then, just before the advert ends, the voice over qui Read More

7 Deadly Sins of Blogging

7 Deadly Sins of Blogging - http://www.technshare.com Avatar Posted by tnsblog under Marketing
From http://www.technshare.com 3422 days ago
Made Hot by: maplesummit on September 10, 2011 10:45 pm
Blogging has become one of the most popular activities done by netizens. It is estimated that thousands of blogs are created each day. And if you made a rough estimate on the number of blogs currently residing over the internet the numbers will surely be mind boggling. Read More

Can you answer these questions about your marketing?

Can you answer these questions about your marketing? - http://www.marketingnerd.co.uk Avatar Posted by marketingnerd under Marketing
From http://www.marketingnerd.co.uk 3422 days ago
Made Hot by: HeatherStone on September 15, 2011 4:27 am
In my opinion what sets good marketing apart from “bad marketing” is getting the basics right. By this I mean having actionable data on customers and the market that dictates the direction of a company’s marketing.

Going from good to great requires imagination and flare, however, to get to grea Read More
Webinars are a great way to engage with your customers on a more personal level, and to cover topics in detail. This year we ran our first webinar at work, and for all involved it was our first time running them. The webinars have gone fairly smoothly and we have had good turn outs for both so far Read More
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