Social media marketing can be overwhelming, to say the least, but with the right plan and the right tools, you’ll be just fine. Today, I will cover some of the tools that I use to make my marketing strategy manageable so I’m not chained to my computer all day.
For most online marketers, getting started with free traffic is done out of necessity. Unless you are starting your internet marketing business with a large initial budget or with a lot of investors, odds are your marketing budget is either zero or next to nothing.
To paraphrase legendary Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi, “Getting customers to click through your web page isn’t the everything … it’s the only thing!” Vince had the right idea (even if he wasn’t talking about websites)…you have to have ways to get more clicks to your website.
Social media marketing is such a broad term and the way businesses implement it is different depending on size, budget, and brand. In today’s blog post, I will explain some best practices for implementing social media marketing for your small business.
You’re either a network marketer, affiliate marketer, or internet marketer and you decided that you want to generate leads online. But, with so many different choices, how do you decide which one to use for your home based business?
Once visitors arrive on your page, what can you do to help them make the decisions you want them to, such as following your CTA? To answer this question, you have to identify three things about your visitors: