Marketing Science

You Can Stop Marketing on Twitter Now - Unless Your Industry is Crypto

You Can Stop Marketing on Twitter Now – Unless Your Industry is Crypto

Twitter Drives Only 0.66% of all Website Visits New research into 3.25 billion website visits by GrowthBadger’s Kyle Byers shows that 6.44% of all web traffic comes from social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, etc. Facebook dominates as a…

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New Research Shows Facebook is Still the Most Important Social Platform for Driving Website Traffic

New Research Shows Facebook is Still the Most Important Social Platform for Driving Website Traffic

Facebook Drives 65.36% of All Social Media-Sourced Website Traffic, but Google Still Outpaces All Social In a survey of 3.25 billion website visits, GrowthBadger’s Kyle Byers discovered that Facebook is far and away the most effective social media platform for…

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New Responsive Google Ads Don't (Yet) Beat Human Intelligence

New Responsive Google Ads Don’t (Yet) Beat Human Intelligence

Google recently released a new beta ad type for search, the responsive search ad. An advertiser supplies a variety of headlines and descriptions, which Google’s AI combines into ads based on users’ search terms. Google provides this example of responsive…

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3 Reasons Why Your Business Should Have a Blog, Even in a Social Media Era

3 Reasons Why Your Business Should Have a Blog, Even in a Social Media Era

Some businesses seem to be giving up on creating and publishing new content to their websites. Website Magazine predicted in 2015 that websites will become obsolete by 2020. But I still view a small business’s website as a critical part of…

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2 Medical Marketing Slogans that Miss the Mark

2 Medical Marketing Slogans that Miss the Mark

An organization’s brand is often summarized into a tagline, a rallying cry for what the organization promises to deliver to its customers. Marketing slogans should inspire and motivate customers. In these two instances of medical marketing slogans, the organizations haven’t…

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U Got the Look: How Small Businesses Can Use Native Advertising for Instagram Success

U Got the Look: How Small Businesses Can Use Native Advertising for Instagram Success

Promotional Instagram posts that mimic posts made by individual Instagram users are seen as more trustworthy than straightforward product advertising. New research by Benjamin K Johnson, Bridget Potocki and Jolanda Veldhuis tests this “native advertising” in Instagram against User-Generated Content (UGC)…

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Is an Editorial Calendar Part of Your Small Business Marketing Plan?

An editorial calendar helps answer the question, “What am I supposed to do next?” It’s a tactical element of your small business marketing plan that lays out the month, quarter or year. With only a few hours of work, you’ll…

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No One Cares about Free Estimates

Have you ever paid for an estimate? Neither have I. And yet the marketing universe is full of badges, buttons and starbursts proclaiming their benefits: Promoting free estimates is like boasting about offering a toll-free number. It’s simply a cost of…

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