Showing posts from December, 2011

Importance of Customer Support in SEO

The SEO world is a very competitive segment, as companies are trying to outperform each other. Apart from ranking the site, offer a strategy that can add value to his business, make sure to aim for excellence at all times. The customer might set his mind for keywords that are very competitive but explain him in details about how the quality keywords can bring him sales. Target the keyword that can bring conversions rather than just traffic because ultimately the client is looking for sales. Take time to learn about his business and plan a strategy and build a work process that can help him grow down the line for 3 months and further.  At all time make sure you communicate every update to the client and take his updates before going a head, this ways you can get him involved with the project and also to have track of all the updates. This ways you can keep retain a positive relation with the client, at all times. Keep adding value by leaving your comments.

Most Common Online Marketing Mistakes

When marketing your product or service, you need to have a firm understanding of your audience, the message you want to deliver, the offer you're willing to make, and the optimal timing for your marketing campaign. Common marketing mistakes can be avoided with adequate planning, attention to detail, and ongoing measurement and evaluation. If you're considering a traditional marketing campaign, an Internet marketing campaign, or something that's never been tried before, be sure to avoid these common marketing mistakes. 1. Timing. You may have a great list, a fantastic offer, and even a well designed marketing piece, but if your timing is off, so too will be your results. 2. Failure to Test Your Headline. As the first thing your prospect usually reads, the headline is essential for luring your prospective buyer into the message, your offer, and the action you want them to take. This ensures that your marketing message attracts the largest number of prospective buyers. 3. Fail