Archive of Tag 'digital marketing'


Backlinks Help You Build Affinity with Your Target Market

Posted by Betsy Rozelle on September 18, 2017 in Business


I’m an internet marketing Neanderthal. The World Wide Web is simply a means to an end – the end being relationship building — for me. My business website is meant to build…

Backlinks help build affinity with your target market

What Average Bounce Rate has to do with Garrison Keillor

Posted by Jeff Hayes on November 20, 2016 in Business


Perhaps you’re thinking, “Ok, I’ll bite. What does average bounce rate have to do with Garrison Keillor?” And perhaps also, “What in the heck is an average bounce rate?” Average Bounce Rate…

Average bounce rate is sort of a big deal - AlignTech Solutions

Keywords Driven by Consumer + Brand Insights: Reach Your Target Market

Posted by Kathy Fredrickson on April 6, 2016 in Digital Marketing


Effective websites behave like virtual salespeople, providing prospects with valuable information and leading them to a desire to contact your organization. Is your website generating quality leads? If not, then it’s losing…

Reaching Target Market Strategically

What Many Local Businesses Don’t Know About Being Found Online

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on December 16, 2015 in Social Media


Today most but not all local business owners know that being found online is crucial for their business. After all, 97% of consumers use internet to research local products/services and 98% of searchers…

What Many Local Businesses Don't Know About Being Found Online

The Need for Local Businesses to Tackle Social Media

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on August 12, 2015 in Social Media


As a local business person, you have a lot of demands on your time and resources. You’ve heard about using social media to help market your products and services, but you’re skeptical…

What's your social media strategy?

Does a Small Business Really Need a Website?

Posted by Tim Holdsworth on July 15, 2010 in Digital Marketing


Does a small business really need a website? For many the answer is “yes, of course.” However, the reality is that 55 percent of small business owners don’t have a website. Yes,…

Yes, all businesses do need a website.