In 2020 the world changed forever. Online business, which was already confidently going to occupy a leading position in the market, has become necessary. In 2021, the role of eCommerce will only strengthen, and the rules for online business development will change and acquire new directions.
Forex trading is becoming more and more popular. From veteran investors who are looking for ways to diversify to young traders who use technology and never miss an opportunity, Forex attracts everyone, and the low barriers to entry even pique the interest of people who otherwise have no connection to financial products.
PPC, or Pay Per Click advertising, is essential to the survival of any business. While it would be great if all traffic arrived at your site organically, the reality is that the amount of competition in the marketplace makes this virtually impossible.
Only 58% of marketers feel that they are often successful in achieving their marketing goals. That means that close to half of marketers put in all that effort into digital marketing only to achieve subpar results they’re unhappy with.
The new year has finally dawned, leaving the chaos of 2020 behind us. If you are anything like us though, you would have used every opportunity that 2020 held to kick off a successful new business. eCommerce and digital businesses, unlike their brick-and-mortar counterparts, were the only industries to actually flourish during the global pandemic.
Whether you are a blogger or run an E-commerce store, part of your business lives on email subscribers.
Needless to say, every marketer loves to have a huge email list containing their target audience, but growing the list from scratch might look like a severe hard work (yes, it is!).
This is where lead magnets become handy. They are a must-have marketing tool. Lead magnets are the most potent mechanism to skyrocket your email subscribers.
In case you don’t know what they are, or and how to use them, then read these 5 Irresistible lead magnet ideas to grow your email list. Ready? Continue reading