Blogs are everywhere. They’re featured on websites across industries, written about niche interests of all kinds, offer advice and recipes, case studies and step by step instructions… Business gurus tout the importance of having a blog on your company’s site, but what do they really...
SEO is ever evolving. Changing alongside technology and search algorithms, gurus will swear by certain techniques, only to have them change when Google makes an update or user behavior heads in a new direction. So, while the tactics change from time to time, the principles you need to know – and their value – stay the same.
Sometimes clients ask us why small businesses should partner with an agency rather than handle their content marketing inhouse. While both options may be effective, there are numerous benefits for small businesses who partner with an agency.
NEW SCHOOL and IGNITE Merge Marketing Agencies and Prove that Despite The Times, Good Things Are Still Happening in Downtown Muskegon
MUSKEGON, MI. (August 11th, 2020) – DESPITE THE TIMES, GOOD THINGS ARE STILL HAPPENING IN DOWNTOWN MUSKEGON.
NEW SCHOOL, an industry leader in marketing and advertising, is pleased to announce that IGNITE, a long established leader in branding and marketing in West Michigan, has merged with NEW SCHOOL effective immediately. This merger expands NEW SCHOOL’s marketing capabilities and overall capacity, allowing NEW SCHOOL to give current and future clients more marketing and advertising firepower, at the same affordable rates clients have come to expect.
Did you know that YouTube is the second largest social media platform? Not only that, but it also has become the top “television” network. According to Google, more adults under 49 watch YouTube during prime time hours than any major television network. If you produce quality videos, then you may benefit from trying some of our YouTube small business strategies.
Almost every business or individual working in today’s market has a website. Sadly, a large number of these websites are poorly designed or don’t have engaging content; this is not going to help you stand out or get ahead.
When choosing the best social media platforms for your small business, first consider your ideal audience. Each social media platform appeals to specific types of people. Also, consider your brand voice and your content strategy.
LinkedIn is a business to business social media platform that many small business owners underestimate. The platform has 562 million members, and nearly 39% are engaged enough that they opt to pay for LinkedIn Premium. If you offer business to business services then LinkedIn may offer a unique platform to reach your ideal customer.
In today’s technological age, digital marketing offers many benefits to businesses looking to attract new customers, boost sales and expand their market reach with minimal cost. You don’t have to look any further than the decline of print media to see the shift from traditional marketing to online platforms.