I remember when I got into PC maintenance in the year 2001. Dealing with storage devices was a common daily activity.
Mainly, we used floppy disk drive, Hard Disk Drive, CD-ROM (Compact Disc Read-Only Memory) and CD–RW (Compact Disc-ReWritable). We never had any contact with Solid State Drives (SSDs) and don’t ask me why 😉
Fast forward to 2004, I went into web development and Hardware maintenance became a thing of the past. As a matter of fact, one of the web hosting companies I worked with introduced me to SSD storage.
Infographics have grown in popularity over the years.
Unlike long-winded blog posts, infographics are visually stimulating in nature. The best ones have stunning designs that you can’t help but read and ogle from top to bottom.
In fact, this single statistic is why you need to incorporate infographics into your content strategy:
According to Venngage, 40% of marketers agree that infographics improve audience engagement.
They not only make sharing content much easier, but they also help readers process information faster!
However, designing them is no walk in the park.
In today’s competitive and digital world, if you aren’t blogging for business, you are simply putting yourself at the back of the queue.
Whether you are small business owner, running an eCommerce website or a simple business presentation website, blogging for your business will incredibly open up new customer acquisition channels.
It’s a flat-out mistake to not integrate content marketing in your business development strategies. I know blogging is just part of it. But it accounts for a massive chunk of the rush.
In a recent post by Neil Patel following a content marketing survey conducted, 24% of customers first found out about the company through their blog:
Many new Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMB) are generally limited by two factors : –
However, you can stop the lack of capital and resources from coming in the way of your success. This is because the Internet is replete with all kinds of tools and services that can not only make your job as an entrepreneur a lot easier but also help you to scale without breaking the bank.
If you spend any time on social media you’ll notice a lot of influencers, marketers and companies are using GIFs, emoticons, and memes in their digital marketing. It makes sense. Humans are visual communicators.
Images, especially moving images, catch your eye in a busy social media feed or crammed inbox. They also convey emotions far quicker and often more effectively than a paragraph of text.
In a recent survey on visual content, 69% of marketers said that visuals were very important to their marketing strategy. That said, only 4 percent of these marketers regularly used gifs and memes.
When it’s time to choose a great email marketing automation provider, there are thousands of options out there.
However, if there’s one tool that tops the list of most Mailchimp alternatives in 2019, it’s Omnisend.
The fact is, Omnisend and Mailchimp are very similar tools at face value. However, when I dig a little deeper, there are a few key differences that might seem small, but might ultimately be critical for your online store.