The main aim of a marketing campaign is to get a user to buy (or buy into) your product or service, and that aim hasn’t really changed. But what has changed is how you can successfully do this in today’s competitive online market where users are generally more cautious and distrusting of brands… and that’s by using social proof.
Facebook ads are great, we love them, you love them. However, anyone who has created one knows that getting them rejected for having too much text is a pain in the neck.
OK so you’re using the newish Facebook lead ads facility which, in the right circumstances is a great way of generating leads without the need of a landing page. But the snag is you don’t get a notification email, Unless you have an integrated CRM such as SalesForce, you have to manually go in and download the leads.
Yes you can upload a PDF directly to Mailchimp so you can add a link to a brochure download on your Mailchimp. You can upload other files types too. Anyway, here’s how to do it.
Much time is spent guessing how people interact with one’s website something which is normally emotive and subjective. What if we told you you could see exactly where on your website people are clicking and where they are not?
Here’s how to add a funky little logo or branding watermark to all your past and future YouTube videos in one go.
Yoast is a great WordPress plugin for blog SEO, but one default which gets on people’s nerves is adding the site name to blog SEO titles by default. You add you perfectly measured SEO title and bosh! it makes it too long by adding the site title. These are the two easy steps to get rid of it.
Setting aside that most of the people who have Liked your Facebook page probably don’t get to see your posts anyway, size still matters – at least to company bosses. Unless your page is about laughing babies or cars or Justin Bieber, building your audience of Likes for a Facebook page can be a little hard work, especially if you’re not prepared to pay Facebook […]
Ever wondered how to change that nasty YouTube URL which looks something like thisttp://www.youtube.com/channel/ UCITR6uKbPkure5pAbvR_79w to something a little more sexy such as your name? Despair not, changing it is fast and easy, just how we like it.. As is often the case with these things, it’s easy once you know where to look. OK so here’s how to create a custom URL for your YouTube […]
In the often confusing universe of Google Plus, giving someone else admin access to a company page is, as most G+ functions, a tad convoluted. Here’s how to do it, courtesy of Voodoo Internet Marketing.
A question we get asked regularly by clients whose facebook pages we manage at Voodoo Internet Marketing is: ‘what are the login details for my Facebook page?’ Seems like a perfectly reasonable question, but the answer is a little long-winded so I thought: ‘why not write this down for all and sundry to see and save me having to explain this each and every time’.
YouTube rocks. Search engines love videos, kids love videos, old ladies love videos. But despite best efforts by Google to make the channels easy to use, it can still be a nightmare figuring out how to do anything other than upload a video. And indeed half the time you accidentally end up changing your Google Profile and not your channel.
We’ve all heard of LinkedIn, the social networking site for professionals. So you’ve got your LinkedIn Profile and are connected to hundreds of people, most of which you don’t know. That’s great, but how can you benefit if you are NOT looking for a job?