In the constantly evolving digital landscape, Google continues to close down old technology and replace it with new apps and innovations. With only a few notable exceptions, Google continues to place its stamp on the way the web works and be the primary trendsetter for web-based innovation.
If you have a website, here are two changes you should know about.Read on.
Social media - once regarded as a passing fad – has become one of the most powerful marketing tools available today.Read on.
We are seeing the swift rise of SSL Certificates among companies that are ranking highly on Google search results.Read on.
Unsurprisingly, word-of-mouth remains the most influential factor in advertising recall. People will follow a recommendation from someone they know and trust far more willingly than they will an enticing advertisement. It’s called “social proof”, and it’s a vital component of any marketing or advertising endeavour.Read on.
Whether it’s a cave painting from 4200 B.C. titled “6 ways a spear can save you from wild boar”, sales posters on papyrus written in Egyptian hieroglyphics, or the birth of the “soap operas” in the 1940s, brands have been spreading their message through image or word since before any of us were born.
The question is this:
“Has the digital age changed the way brands market themselves?”Read on.
As a hotel owner, it’s your never-ending challenge to get patrons through the door.
The challenge in 2016 will be balancing your efforts between traditional marketing practices and the new wave of internet-based marketing tools. How can you use digital technologies to communicate your benefits to patrons?Read on.
Three consecutive stories on ABC 24 last Friday night cast a clear light on the “new economy”.Read on.
NAB has offered an excellent insight into what Australian businesses – all 2.1 million of them – are doing to improve their competitiveness.Read on.