Leading the People to Your Social Media Content
If you’ve been shying away from trotting your business out on social media, you’re not taking adequate advantage of its magical influence, which can be game-changing. Amidst all the social media noise, however, it can be hard to know where to focus your efforts. It’s true that social media has a mind of its own, and while cracking the code may seem out of reach, the marketing gurus at The Web Guys have some knowledge to impart, and the message is that good old-fashioned content can set you free.
Using the Behavioral Sciences to Win on Facebook
If you’re wondering how to make your Facebook ad copy pop, you’re not alone. The fact is that carving out an advertising niche on the overgrown platform can be daunting at best. While there are plenty of shiny, new advertising developments out there, including immersive experiences and chatbots, balancing a realistic budget with pricey innovations can leave you feeling deflated. Fortunately, there are advertising fundamentals that flow from the behavioral sciences that are easy to employ, don’t break the bank, and can give your ad copy that wow factor you’re looking for.
Getting More Bang for Your Advertising Buck on Social Media
There are a variety of effective and pricey ways to target your competitors’ keywords with Google Ads, but if you’re looking for more bang for your advertising buck, there are other paid-social approaches out there. If your competitors are outranking you on primary keywords, Google is not the only game in town, and social media can help. Let’s take a closer look.
The Interplay of Site Quality and SEO Chops is Real
Quality is an elusive concept, and the interplay of your site’s overall quality and SEO is no exception. Distinguishing between those sites included in your link outreach that are forwarding your ranking, that are just hanging around and not doing much, or that are actually getting you penalized is an important but challenging matter. The goal is creating quality while bolstering the impact of your link building and reducing your overall risk, so let’s get going.
5 Facebook Ad Set Optimization Tips to Help You Play the Long Game
Facebook is not the irrelevant has-been many would have you believe – far from it. While there are brighter and shinier social media darlings out there – like TikTok and co – Facebook is far from over, and losing sight of this fact isn’t going to do your business any favors. The idea that Facebook walked so the others can run is misleading – Facebook paid advertising is extremely relevant to brand growth. Check out these five primary tips from the digital marketing professionals at The Web Guys for making the most of your ad sets.
Apple’s iOS 14 Update: What’s the Buzz?
There’s always a lot of buzz when Apple unleashes an update, and iOS 14 is no different. Further, we’ve all heard the tall tales and rumors about how legislation is on its way – gearing up to strike down Facebook advertising – but to date, this hasn’t happened. Facebook advertising has continued to generate billions in annual revenue, which has steadily increased since 2017. This time, however, there may be more truth to the matter (if Facebook’s reaction to the update has anything to teach us). Getting up to speed with what the iOS 14 update has on tap can help you continue to tweak and maximize your Facebook marketing and advertising efforts.
User Reviews are The King
Did you know that positive online reviews produce an 18% average uplift in sales? Or that consumers are likely to spend 31% more with businesses that have excellent reviews? How about that 59% of consumers say that review sites have the most influence on their booking decisions when traveling? Online reviews have become an important part of how consumers make decisions, whether it’s what to eat, watch, buy, or sell. See below for even more industry-specific information and statistics. The facts and impact of online reviews are real. What are some effective strategies you’ve used to garner positive online reviews for your business? Image Credit: Website Builder
Using Instagram Stories for Your Business
If you’re not using Instagram for your business, now is the time to start. Recently, the photo-sharing social media powerhouse unleashed its latest feature: Stories. In a similar fashion to the already popular Snapchat app, Stories allows users to post multiple related pictures at once without the anxiety of clogging up your audience’s feed with a barrage of similar posts.
Social Media and Small Business
With Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Google Plus, there is no shortage of social media platforms to join. It can be exhausting to keep up with all of them. Especially since the list above doesn’t even include all of your choices, AND they’re constantly changing and updating. So what is a small business to do? Don’t stress about it. The Web Guys are here to ease your stress. Contrary to what most believe, you don’t have to create a profile on every single social platform for your business. You can of course, but only if you have the time, manpower, and money to do so. For most small businesses, however, that’s most likely not the case. Let’s examine the best way to determine a good social strategy when resources are limited. Choose Your Audience You know your business better than anyone else. What do your customers have most in … Continued
How to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile
As one of the most popular social networks, LinkedIn connects professionals who come from all industries — whether it’s an up-and-coming inventor or small business owner. Serving small business owners with our digital marketing services, The Web Guys can optimize your company’s listing on LinkedIn with pictures, descriptions, and industry categories, and we also encourage you to take advantage of managing your own personal profile. LinkedIn is more than submitting an online resume. Making these improvements to your profile can provide an opportunity to further market yourself and your business: 1) Profile Picture Profiles with a generic grey avatar don’t exactly come across as inviting. Find a professional headshot or ask a friend to take a clear photo of you. So what are photos you should steer clear from? Avoid any low-resolution pictures and selfies from a smartphone. 2) More Media Aside from adding a profile picture, you can also … Continued