One of the biggest secrets behind the success of every published author is an incredible marketing plan for their book. Even when looking at book proposals one of the things that a publisher will look for is a solid marketing plan.
Are YOU ready to do business on mobile devices too?
As you probably have been hearing through most of 2012, you are living a post-pc era, the transition between notebook to smartphone.
Twitter says around 60% of its users access the platform via mobile devices. Instagram has reached 100 million users, in this case we know 100% of its users are mobile.
It aims to provide answers to the most common questions of managing your Facebook Page.
At the moment, Minilytics provides you with 4 important metrics based on your past performance, to help you adjust your strategy.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin started Google with a vision – to organize the web in a truly democratic way, where the collective wisdom of the people determines which websites rise to the top.
In their view, online search results ought to be ordered based on a system of “link popularity,” similar to the way we elect our politicians – the more votes you receive, the higher the likelihood of winning. In the case of websites, “votes” are earned when other websites link to you – a system so intuitive that many webmasters don’t even realize they’re passing info on to Google. The sites with the highest link popularity – in terms of both quantity and quality – pop to the top of the first page of search results.
Facebook publishes its own infographic to explain how advertising works (and hopefully sell you some ads…)
The reason I’m sharing it with you, even tough it’s mostly a sales pitch from Facebook, is because it does a great job explaining the concept if you have never experienced running an ad campaign on the network and, I’m more interested in the educational side of it.
Also very important, notice the Ads for the News Feed. Perhaps Facebook finally realized that in order to be more attractive to brands, ads need to be a lot more prominent, in other words, in your face.