Webinars can be an intimidating marketing tool especially if you are not 100% comfortable with the topic or speaking to a large audience. One benefit is that a great webinar has the ability to connect companies with people. These connections can lead to conversations with new prospective clients which could potentially drive sales. The more comfortable you become with webinars the more fun you can have with them!
Wabash Steel needed a new site that clearly highlighted the company’s bridge fabrication experience and service offerings along with their culture. After meeting with the Wabash Steel team, Marketpath was able to identify core features that would improve their online presence and create future opportunities to attract new business.
As a small business, companies worry about having the time to create successful blog content. They also worry about the frequency of blogging. While the fears our clients have are legitimate concerns, the positives of blogging far outweigh the negatives. I am here to share a few statistics that will convince you that blogging is a necessity for your website.
Financial Health Federal Credit Union (FHFCU) approached Marketpath about redesigning their website to promote who they are and what they do. As a credit union, they wanted to highlight the difference between credit unions and banks, while increasing their visibility and better communicating their unique services and value-adds to both customers and prospects.
As the end of 2016 approaches, we’re looking back at some of our most memorable, interesting, and useful blog posts related to web design and development, SEO, social and content marketing. The following is a list of our top 11 most popular articles of the past year from our Digital Marketing Insights blog.
LinkedIn is essential for a company. It is a great platform to showcase services and industry related news. LinkedIn is a great place for a company to post jobs and company updates. It is a great way to connect with current and former employees. Here is a step by step guide to set your business page up.
If you have never set up social sites for a company it can seem daunting. How horrible it would be if you set up something incorrectly!! Or so you think… I am here to show you that it isn’t that difficult or terrifying to set up your company’s social pages! The most important and beneficial social site for a company is Google Plus.
On average, you have 2-3 seconds to grab the attention of your website visitor and pull them into your website before they go looking elsewhere. Therefore you want your site to look as nice, perform quickly, and grab the viewer’s attention all within milliseconds. The worst thing you can do is anger or frustrate your website visitors.
Google Analytics is a powerful tool in helping you understand what people are accessing on your website. It can help drive the content and strategy for your website and overall marketing when you know exactly what the consumer wants. It can also point out flaws in a website if you notice users are never getting to the destination you want: conversion. But how the heck do you even access that data??
Most small companies do not have a dedicated social media manager. Employees typically have other responsibilities than posting to their company’s social media sites. When taking on a social media role, you quickly realize how easy it is to run out of new and refreshing content so you fall into lazy habits.
Have a local business? A small business? It might be a difficult decision to decide whether to do more online or offline marketing - online being website marketing and social media and other outlets, offline being mailers, newspaper ads, etc. On average, before a consumer will convert with a business, they will find information about your company seven times
Visibility, Engagement, and Conversion. These are the three pillars of effective website marketing I started writing about in 2008. A great deal has changed since then but the basic premise behind these has not. Let's dive into each and learn how building a fundamental understanding of each phase can help you become a better marketer.
For your small business, the way in which users experience your website is a critical factor for turning them into happy, paying customers. Big businesses already have a leg up with their strong brand awareness, loyalty, and of course, deep marketing pockets. While you may not be able to compete with their reach and spend you can compete with them by implementing a simple, intuitive user experience on your website.
Marketpath Blog: 8 Reasons to Have a Responsive Web Design: With the growth of mobile devices, it is essential that your website is mobile friendly. The growth of mobile devices like smart phones and tablets, and mobile device usage, via games, apps, social media, and websites, it is now essential that your business website is mobile friendly, so that your clients and prospects can easily browse and find information, regardless of what type of device (phone, tablet, desktop, etc.) they are using.
When discussing website strategy, everyone likes to discuss visibility and conversion, but for many small business websites, generating credibility may be the most important factor in your online success. Your website is the new yellow pages for any small business – it’s the first place any prospect will go when they want to learn more about your company and what you do.
Safety Resources launches new website!
Safety Resources launched a new website to differentiate themselves from the competition.