More than ever, marketing today is a 24/7 operation. It has to be if you want to stay competitive. The digital transformation changed consumers' expectations about how they interact with brands and how companies present themselves to the world.read more
The digital transformation leaves no industry untouched. The same holds true for how real estate agents operate their business. The digital age offers easy, low-cost access to a wide variety of real estate agent tools that empower agents to conduct all types of business from any location, including a virtual office.read more
Recent controversies about privacy aside, Facebook remains a social media giant. It remains the world’s most active social media platform with 1.45 billion daily users. Somewhere in that 1.45 billion is your market. That means it’s not too late for you to build your company’s Facebook presence into a vibrant, revenue-generating community.read more
Instagram is today’s popular hangout. It’s no longer only younguns posting vintage-filtered pictures of their desserts. Businesses have arrived, and they’re utilizing image-centric content marketing to draw in new customers while nurturing a loyal following.read more
You’re living the dream, right? Owning your own business, being your own boss, setting your own schedule—is it everything you’d hoped it would be?read more
How important is social media to the success of your business? That depends.
Are your customers on social media, such as Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn?
If so, you should be there too.read more
Does your product or service provide great before-and-after pictures? Do completion photos succeed where text descriptions fall short?
If so, and you’re not already using an image-centric social media platform to drive sales, it’s high time to get started. Your customers are already there.read more
Picture this: Your business has been humming along for 10 years. You have a sustainable base of customers, you receive good feedback on your products, and your social media following is slowly growing.read more
You have a small business, and it’s doing well. Word of mouth has been good to you. You’ve built a great network from the ground up, and you maintain enough business to comfortably get by. Do you really need a website?read more