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Why You Should Avoid Searching for Your Own Ads

Why You Should Avoid Searching for Your Own Ads

If your business is running campaigns on Google AdWords, you may find yourself wondering what your ads look like, or whether they are even showing for your targeted keywords. Whether you’re concerned about your campaign performance, or just curious, you may be tempted to Google your own ads. Many advertisers assume that as long as they don’t click on their ads, there will be no impact on their campaigns. However, there are many reasons why you should avoid searching for your own ads:
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4 Tips for Improving Your Social Media Ads

4 Tips for Improving Your Social Media Ads

Social media advertising can be a highly effective way to promote your business and connect with new customers, but creating an effective advertising strategy takes time. Investing time, attention, and creativity into your social media ad campaigns will pay off through more clicks, more engagement with your content, and more sales.
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What Facebook’s Recent Changes Mean for Your Business

What Facebook’s Recent Changes Mean for Your Business

Since its creation in 2004, Facebook has developed into the most popular social media platform. As more users joined the platform, more brands and businesses followed suit. However, with so many brands and businesses now using Facebook to reach their customers, users’ News Feeds have become saturated with promotional posts. Facebook’s team is now looking to change that and create a better user experience.
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How Do You Decide Whether To Advertise On AdWords Or Social Media?

How Do You Decide Whether To Advertise On AdWords Or Social Media?

Digital advertising can be an incredibly effective way to promote your business and reach new customers. Through Google AdWords and social media platforms, advertisers have the ability to generate real and measurable results for their business. But how do you determine what platform and strategy is right for your business? Here are a few tips to help guide your decision-making process.
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Social Media: Why Knowing Your Audience Matters

Social Media: Why Knowing Your Audience Matters

Through social media, businesses have the opportunity to build relationships with their customers, increase brand awareness, and drive sales. Social media networks can function much like a megaphone for your business, amplifying your voice to reach a broader audience. To achieve true success, though, it’s crucial to make sure that your voice is being broadcast to the people who truly want to listen.
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Social Media: So Many Options, So Little Time

Social Media: So Many Options, So Little Time

No matter what products or services you offer, chances are that your ideal customer is active on social media. Through engaging social media content and highly-targeted advertising campaigns, businesses are now able to more easily reach their target audience. While social media offers businesses the opportunity to connect with their customers online, creating and implementing a social media marketing strategy takes time. With so many options to choose from, you may find yourself struggling to de...
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 A Website vs Social Media: Where Should I Spend My Marketing Dollars?

A Website vs Social Media: Where Should I Spend My Marketing Dollars?

As a small business owner, you may often find yourself faced with the challenge of accomplishing as much as possible within a very limited marketing budget. A focused marketing strategy is key in helping your business grow, but how do you know what specific marketing tools will be most effective for you and your business? If given the option of launching an inbound marketing plan versus a social media strategy in 2017, which would work better?
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Changes to Facebook Pages For 2015

Changes to Facebook Pages For 2015

This last year one of the issues Facebook found was that people were not happy with the content being provided in their news feeds. The users wanted to see more content from their friends and pages they care about. They wanted less promotional content. When Facebook took some time and looked further into the issue...
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