Online Marketing

Online Marketing

Online marketing, also called digital marketing, is the process of using the web and internet-connected services to promote your business and website. There are a number of disciplines within online marketing. Some of these include social media, search engine marketing (SEM), search engine optimization (SEO), email marketing, online advertising and mobile advertising.

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Inside the Buying Funnel: Use Money-Making Keywords to Bring Your Google Ad to the Next Level
Google AdWords

Inside the Buying Funnel: Use Money-Making Keywords to Bring Your Google Ad to the Next Level

Before launching a Google AdWords campaign, understand the three major groups of online searchers.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
13 Value-Packed Marketing Podcasts for Entrepreneurs
Marketing

13 Value-Packed Marketing Podcasts for Entrepreneurs

Maximize your commute and absorb lessons from experts on shows as short as five minutes.
Eric Siu
The Marketer's Guide to Transactional Email
Email Marketing

The Marketer's Guide to Transactional Email

A look at the lifecycle of a user and find opportunities to enhance their experience using email.
Alex Mohr
The Key Components of a Content Manager's Editorial Calendar
Schedules

The Key Components of a Content Manager's Editorial Calendar

Orchestrating a coherent content strategy and building a blog audience often requires the coordination on many pieces of content created by multiple content creators. here's how to keep it all straight.
Brian Honigman
7 Tools to Help Startups Dominate in Large Markets and Compete With the Giants
Tools

7 Tools to Help Startups Dominate in Large Markets and Compete With the Giants

Use these strategies to focus your effort to go viral, achieve higher conversions and hit the headlines to start building a respectable cash flow.
Matthew Toren
A Quick Guide to Mastering Twitter for Business
Twitter Marketing

A Quick Guide to Mastering Twitter for Business

Critical tips to help you maximize your 140-character interactions.
Carol Roth
4 Free Must-Use Analytics Tools for Social-Media Marketers
Social Media Marketing

4 Free Must-Use Analytics Tools for Social-Media Marketers

Businesses can get a clear picture of how users are interacting with their posts to gain a better understanding of what works and what doesn't.
Drew Hendricks
The Future of Ecommerce Will Focus on Creating Experiences
Ecommerce

The Future of Ecommerce Will Focus on Creating Experiences

A look into what worked and what hasn't worked in online retail, along with what's on the horizon.
Jack Lowinger
Redesigning Your Website in 2015? Start By Asking These 5 Questions.
Websites

Redesigning Your Website in 2015? Start By Asking These 5 Questions.

Updating your website can be one of the biggest challenges you face when it comes to marketing your business, but it doesn't have to be.
Rebecca Rubin
Balancing the Art and Science of Content Marketing (Infographic)
Marketing Strategies

Balancing the Art and Science of Content Marketing (Infographic)

If you could split marketing into two philosophies, one would entail the art of marketing while the other would entail the science of marketing.
Researchers Are Using Yelp to Predict When a Restaurant Will Shut Down
Yelp

Researchers Are Using Yelp to Predict When a Restaurant Will Shut Down

With new software, researchers say Yelp reviews can serve as a crystal ball for restaurant failures.
Kate Taylor
5 Secrets to Making Your Startup Go Viral
Business Circle

5 Secrets to Making Your Startup Go Viral

Here's how you can create a viral effect that will help your product spread via your customers' networks.
Make a New Year's Resolution to Humanize Your Marketing for 2015
Business Circle

Make a New Year's Resolution to Humanize Your Marketing for 2015

Think people first, numbers second, and your content will resonate with your audience.
Eric Samson
Not All Viral Videos Are Good Content Marketing
Viral Videos

Not All Viral Videos Are Good Content Marketing

Two recent ads illustrate this point. One was entertaining, the other spurred viewers to seek out the product.
Sarah Austin