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Two Landing Pages Properties and Five Ways They Work

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaa on Sun, Jan 22, 2012 @ 05:36 PM

You have spent a lot of your marketing budget setting up your website. Your homepage looks real good and reminds you of the old newspaper ads of old. So why aren’t people converting using it?

Conversion about keeping your customer focused. A homepage full of your products is the opposite of focus. Even if you only have one service for sale, your homepage is full of details, again the opposite of focus.

What you need are specific “landing page” that you can manage and optimize in controlled isolation. Technically a landing page is any page on your website that customers arrive at or land on.  It should be created as a stand-alone page, as a promotion specific site.

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Topics: marketing, Using Different Media, Marketing and Advertising, landing page, Customer, website, Facebook, Social Media, Marketing Principles, Business, Blogging

Content Creation: The Way to Successfully Market Using Social Media

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaa on Mon, Aug 01, 2011 @ 11:45 PM



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You have decided to add a blog as a marketing method. You’ve looked at questions that help you focus what you want to say. But throughout all the studying you have done, you are not really sure what you are using blogging to accomplish.

Many companies use social media to “connect” with their customer by talking about what their company has been doing lately, information about their products and service and awards they have received.  These companies have missed the boat.

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Topics: marketing, Using Different Media, Marketing and Advertising, Customer, Company, information, Web content, blog, inbound marketing, Marketing Plan, Social Media, Marketing Principles, Business, Blogging

Ideas to Help You Develop a Media Strategy for Your Blog

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaa on Thu, Jul 28, 2011 @ 11:45 PM



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Now that you have decided to write a blog for your business, you go on line and ask Google to do a general search on your product. What’s this? There are millions of blogs on the internet and it looks like millions about your product. One look at the competition and you are tempted to head for the hills.

But don’t do that. You can compete if you spend the time to create informative blog posts. This is not just a business whim, but a strategic point of your marketing campaign. If you want to be successful, you have only to take the time and effort to write content about your product. Before you start you might want to spend time answering some questions that will help you develop your strategy and actually help you write.

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Topics: marketing, Using Different Media, Marketing and Advertising, Google, Google Search, Customer, readers, social media strategy, product, informative posts, brand awareness, blog, clients, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, Marketing Principles, Business, Branding, Blogging

Can You Stick Your Landing Pages?

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaa on Mon, Jun 20, 2011 @ 01:06 AM



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Have you been in business all your life, but are new to social media? Have requests from your clients (or your kids) forced you into the 21 st Century kicking and screaming? Does the terminology turn you to jelly or send you reaching into the liquor closet or the chocolate box or both?

Believe it or not much of this is so new that it’s just as new to the young entrepreneur as well.

Let’s just look at some of the current terms and see if we can’t turn them into plain language.

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Topics: marketing, Marketing and Advertising, landing page, Customer, website, Facebook, Social Media, Marketing Principles, Business

What are Social Listening Strategies and the Voice of the Customer?

Posted by Jaco Grobbelaa on Tue, May 03, 2011 @ 07:30 AM



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Have you been in business all your life, but are new to social media? Have requests from your clients (or your kids) forced you into the 21 st Century kicking and screaming? Does the terminology turn you to jelly or send you reaching into the liquor closet or the chocolate box or both?

Believe it or not much of this is so new that it’s just as new to the young entrepreneur as well.

Let’s just look at some of the current terms and see if we can’t turn them into plain language.

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Topics: Customer, Online Communities, VoC, Hearing (sense), Voice of the Client, Marketing Plan, Facebook, internet marketing, Social Media, Marketing Principles, Business, Twitter

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