Search engine optimization in old days was just meant to propel the website in top of search engine listings. In these changing times it is the customer who decides what he wants rather than companies deciding what to give him. Hence, SEO done the old way might get you visitors but not the targeted conversions. This article discusses a few points which should be followed while doing not only SEO but any kind of web marketing.
Spielberg's blockbuster, "Minority Report", is set in the year 2054. The future - at least according to a team of MIT futurologists, hired by the cinematic genius - is the captive of embarrassingly personalized and disturbingly intrusive, mostly outdoor, interactive advertising.
Branding your corporate identity in your products and services is actually a promise made to the customer, a promise that is based on your companys reputation, the quality of your product, product experiences and so on. This article explores the vital factors one must keep in mind while developing the right media mix for promoting your products/services, particularly in the context of the exploding web world and the significant role played by interactive advertising agencies in this regard.
Search engine marketing can help you get better business, expand your market base and increase your ROI. These can be achieved through optimized web presence in terms of carefully planned website architecture, strategy and planning. Most websites today are poorly designed and running on trial and error marketing tactics. A web marketing partner who knows the brass-tacks of selling on the web serves as the ideal propeller to help you establish your online business profitably.
From ads that dance or sing to MTV-like commercials, online advertisers are now using a new type of technology called "rich media" to attract consumers.
Branding is most often considered as something to do with visual appeal. However it is much more than that. Branding your corporate identity in your products and services is actually a promise made to the customer, a promise that is based on your company's reputation, the quality of your product, product experiences and so on. This article explores how a brand conveys its promise and how your product/service itself denotes the promotional mix it needs.