SmartSites is a full-service digital agency located in Paramus, NJ. Founded in 2011, SmartSites has a team of nearly 30 designers, writers, developers, marketers, and problem solvers who work tirelessly to make websites successful. SmartSites offers its clients creative ways to build, plan, and promote their website. They focus on SEO, web design, PPC, and social media marketing.
Absolute Digital Media provided performance marketing services to a travel firm. The main task on the project was SEO, which was performed using backlinking and optimized content strategy to boost site rankings. Absolute Digital provides monthly site performance audits, performance consulting and other solutions. The client's web presence has considerably increased. 

Score the terms by the number of searches. Create another column called Volume. In this column, we will score each term by the number of searches. Use the sorting functionality in Excel to sort the search terms from the largest number of searches at the top to the lowest number. Create another column called Volume. Now, in this volume column, we will score each term by the number of searches. For example, if your list contains 300 search terms, the top 60 in terms of number of searches would get a score of 5. The next 60 terms get a score of 4, continuing until the last 60 terms get a score of 1.


"SoMe went far and above any agency I have worked with. They were ready to stop by whenever our owner needed clarification or wanted to meet face to face with them ...They were always willing to do what it took to make our team feel at ease and help us understand that if you did need to do something last minute, they were always very responsive and on the ball with that." - Marketing Director, Dining & Entertainment Venue
Here is an important aspect to consider every time – or maybe six aspects: it’s called PESTEL and stands for the political, economic, social, technological, environmental, and legal aspect of the target market. A few years back it used to be just PEST analysis, but recently, there has been increasing pressure to upgrade with Environmental and Legal aspects as well.
Targeting: Evaluate the attractiveness of the customer segments and the projected commercial success. Choosing your segments wisely is really important. One segment might be more financially stable than another at the given moment in time, but maybe in a few months’ or years’ time this segment changes. We need to anticipate where our customers are and customize our product and communication accordingly.

HUNTER is a digital marketing and online optimization agency located in New York, NY. Founded in 2010, HUNTER is expert in SEO, PPC, social media marketing, digital strategy, and conversion optimization. The team of nearly 10 employees works with businesses ranging from e-commerce retailers to start-ups to established brands. They're committed to supplying clients with the digital marketing techniques that get the results they need to succeed and stand out in a crowded, competitive environment.
If your ideal client is already defined, you are going to build a plethora of experience working with that type of client. This builds the muscle memory and intuition necessary to know what decisions to make and when to make them. You can work more efficiently because you’ve seen the problems before and you know how to handle them. It also makes you adept at recognizing clients you don’t want to do business with.
Forty percent of this traffic equates to nearly 30,000 very targeted and niche specific potential customers visiting your website each month. With window tinting not being a cheap service this could result in thousands or hundreds of thousands of extra profits each month. Above you can see an example of how traffic from search engine optimization and link building services helped increase sales by 57% for one of our customers.
Blue Corona is a marketing analytics and optimization company with offices outside Washington, DC in Maryland as well as in Charlotte, North Carolina. We provide marketing analytics and optimization services that help business owners measurably improve their marketing performance and return on investment (ROI). You can’t maximize your marketing results without accurate tracking (and “no”, asking people how they heard about your company doesn’t constitute accurate tracking!). For this reason, every client engagement starts and ends with marketing analytics. This means tracking every single advertising and marketing strategy a company employs – even if your only marketing strategy is your company’s website. Better information drives more meaningful insights and improved performance. Many digital marketing companies in the USA don’t seem to get that, or they focus on the metrics that don’t matter to your bottom line.
Top-level reflection: In the daily hurly-burly of competitive business, it's hard to turn your attention to the big picture, especially those parts that aren't directly related to the daily operations. You need to take time periodically to really think about your business--whether it's providing you and your employees with what you want, whether there aren't some innovative wrinkles you can add, whether you're getting all you can out of your products, your sales staff and your markets. Writing your marketing plan is the best time to do this high-level thinking. Some companies send their top marketing people away to a retreat. Others go to the home of a principal. Some do marketing plan development at a local motel, away from phones and fax machines, so they can devote themselves solely to thinking hard and drawing the most accurate sketches they can of the immediate future of the business.
A local credit union based in Mass. needed to increase traffic to its website to maintain growth. They went to inSegment for a complete digital marketing strategy. inSegment redesigned the credit union's website and continued to manage its web hosting and optimize its search presence. Members and employees of the credit union found the new website more pleasant and easier to use, and their search appearance has grown steadily.
There’s a culture in today’s age of startups that extreme growth is the only marker of a successful business. There’s a lot of pressure when it comes to taking on more clients and you may discover that you can be financially satisfied with a certain number of great clients. You may ultimately decide that rapid expansion is not what’s best for you. Unless you have outside investors breathing down your neck, the ability to live a financially stable (if not better) life on your own terms may be more enticing to you.
By using the sheets you will be able to easily track, monitor, scan, organize, review, and rearrange your tasks without leaving anything behind! (The perks of having a master procrastinator prepare these worksheets is that everything has been considered, even writer’s block. On the downside, we published the worksheets mid-December, so…yeah. That’s on me, too.)
Who is looking for what topics? How does it vary with geography and size of company? What are the top surging marketing keywords at smaller marketing and advertising businesses? Was there any correlation between that and the keywords used by large enterprises? These were the questions we set ourselves for the 2nd QuickTech Infographic, after the very popular debut, where we explored what companies were driving the growth of Marketing Automation.
As expected from Kristi, great way to utilize keywords in digital marketing. I particularly like the part featuring Social SEO as far too often brands forget that people search by keywords on social media, especially sites like Facebook and Instagram ( Facebook in my opinion is the best search engine that isn't called a search engine ). It would be great to further explore social optimization in posts, not only by using keywords, but link type, search correlation due to images vs video, etc.
A marketing plan is a comprehensive document or blueprint that outlines the advertising and marketing efforts for the coming year. It describes business activities involved in accomplishing specific marketing objectives within a set time frame. A marketing plan also includes a description of the current marketing position of a business, a discussion of the target market and a description of the marketing mix that a business will use to achieve their marketing goals. A marketing plan has a formal structure, but can be used as a formal or informal document which makes it very flexible. It contains some historical data, future predictions, and methods or strategies to achieve the marketing objectives. Marketing plans start with the identification of customer needs through a market research and how the business can satisfy these needs while generating an acceptable return.[1] This includes processes such as market situation analysis, action programs, budgets, sales forecasts, strategies and projected financial statements. A marketing plan can also be described as a technique that helps a business to decide on the best use of its resources to achieve corporate objectives. It can also contain a full analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of a company, its organization and its products.[2]
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