The 17 R’s of Savvy Mobile Marketing (and more marketing links)

The 17 R’s of Savvy Mobile Marketing (Infographic)
Many businesses are still asking what mobile marketing is, which means they’re probably also struggling with how to use it to generate leads. If you’re unfamiliar with the potential of mobile marketing, here is a handy infographic: the 17 R’s of Savvy Mobile Marketing Bonus link: How Local Small Businesses are Evolving Their Online Marketing Strategies

How To Design A Twitter Background That Gets More Traffic, Followers and Engagement
On Twitter, one of the most powerful “conversion points” for your profile beyond your bio, website links, and tweets is the profile background itself.

8 simple strategies for taking your blog from blah to brilliant
Blogging is important for drawing visitors (and potential customers) to your business’ website. If you’re not getting the interaction you had hoped for, here are 8 simple ideas for taking your blog from blah to brilliant – read more here.

Beginner’s Guide to Google Analytics: What to Track
Google Analytics shows you how people found your site, how they explored it, and how you can enhance their visitor experience. With this information, you can improve your website return on investment, increase conversions, and make more money on the web. While Google provides a lot of data out of the box for small businesses to implement its Analytics tool, this basic info probably isn’t going to give you everything you need without some tweaking. So, here’s a “Beginner’s Guide to Google Analytics”, starting with What to Track.

9 Ways to Make Your Marketing Analytics Actionable
Tracking your marketing analytics can provide great insight into what marketing tactics are working and which ones are not. According to Blogspot, truly great marketers use analytics to adapt, improve, and modify their marketing efforts. In other words, great marketers make their analytics actionable. Read more here.

7 Rookie Social Media Mistakes From Big Brands
If your business makes just one bad mistake when using social media, and you can be the source of criticism for months, and maybe even years, to come. It happens to the best of us – read about 7 rookie social media mistakes from big brands.

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