Most of us have an omni-channel presence covering the web, social media and search engines. But things are shifting, as research shows lots of our prospects are starting to prefer the power of apps.
A shopping cart, or ecommerce website can be far more powerful for revenue, profits and your brand than most people realise.It can be place for you connect with, or build customer communities online.
Winning traffic to a website or shopping cart is getting costly. Google is Monetising more and more of the first results page, facebook is also looking for return for its investors via paid adverts.... and so we need to get smarter about how we spend our money and how we convert and monetise traffic.
Press Release for new Internet of Things Platform development
Locally owned Digital Marketing and Development Agency Zarex Limited announced today that it is investing in the development of a local platform to power one of the worlds FASTEST GROWING TECHNOLOGY SEGMENTS - the INTERNET OF THINGS.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is widely expected to be one of the largest sectors of the global economy. In June 2015 McKinsey predicted the value of the market could reach as much as *$11 Trillion per year in 2025*, a significant portion of the total global economy.
Local search is becoming crucial for all Auckland businesses.
Your customers are spending more time online and the old way of finding a business in phone book are dead.
Your potential customers need to be able to find and research your business online before making contact. You need a strategy to connect with them there.... here are five steps for successful local digital marketing for business n Aucklands North Shore. From Takapuna to Devonport and Long Bay !
Local small businesses on Aucklands North Shore, from Albany to Takapuna and Devonport have a fantastic opportunity to grow, as people use their mobile smartphones to find local shops, stores and service providers right when they need to solve a problem. We are writing a series on how to get yourself found online - and with ideas for lead generation...
How many sales leads does your website deliver?
We get a handful of new contacts each week... some visitors are simply educating themselves on a specific subject and want some advice, some are creating a short list of potential suppliers and some have a urgent problem to fix.
All are welcome - and we are grateful you visited... The problem is that everyone needs different content.. :)
A link to a Google report card on how some leading brands are addressing the the cu=onsumer 'moments that matter'—the I-want-to-know, I-want-to-go, I want-to-do, and I want-to-buy moments...
Where do people learn things today? Where do people get ideas to do and buy new things? where do they go for answers to their questions? Why should your business care? If the answer isnt 'your website', maybe it is that of your competitor?
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