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Ways to Promote Your Infographic Online

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Infographics have become a popular way to demonstrate a point visually and get links back to your site at the same time. You can take a long post and simplify the message into a visual presentation that readers will enjoy and want to share. Here are some great ways to make sure you get lots of traffic from your infographic creation.

Add the infographic to your site: If you have created an infographic, make sure to first post on your own site.

Provide an embed code so others can easily place the infographic on their sites. Also have Social Sharing buttons on the page so it is easy to share your work on social networks.

Promote your Infographic in your own social accounts and Facebook properties.

Instagram Ad Platform Available to Everyone

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Instagram is making it easy for anyone to place ads on the popular photo sharing/social platform. Previously, only major brands in the US could place ads. Now anyone in over 30 countries has the ability through a self-service interface to run advertisements. The new ad system comes into place as Facebook faces pressure from investors to make their investments in companies like Instagram more profitable. Additional Facebook purchases Oculus VR and WhatsApp have yet to make money.

Marketing With Business Newsletters

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Marketing With Business Newsletters

Using business newsletter templates would be a simple and effective way of keeping people up to date about the latest happenings within your organization. If you would like to run a successful business, you will need to market your products in the most effective way possible. When you send out these newsletters to customers that have spent money on your products in the past, you would be able to generate business in the future. Since these people have been willing to pick up your products in the past, it is very likely that you would be able to use them as a source of income in the future. However, you will need to use business newsletter templates in order to create the most effective presentation that will capture the interest of potential customers and get them to spend money as a result.

The Importance Of Sales Leads For Business

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English: Mike Hanbery is a professional speaker and writer on marketing and social media for business. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Importance Of Sales Leads For Business

When it comes to running a business, you are definitely going to need sales leads so you can market your product and services to customers over a period of time. List purchases and acquiring leads through social media outlets are common tactics used to collect valuable leads that allow a business to provide value to their market. An individual may believe that one of these types of lead acquisition methods are more reliable than the other, but in fact, this difference changes from business model to business model. Knowing how each method affects your business should be one of your main priorities as you decide which method to implement.

Company Newsletters Are Good Marketing Tools

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Company newsletters are a great way for businesses to promote their products and services to customers. New company developments can be shared and employees can be highlighted for their accomplishments. Marketing the newsletter is important because preparing this promotional material takes time, so it is important to get the information out to the masses.

The Value of Company Newsletters for Business Marketing

With the widespread adoption of social media platforms, businesses are slowly forgetting the importance of company newsletters and the marketing potential they offer. Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are great social networking platforms that help businesses connect and communicate with potential and existing clients. However, company newsletters should be incorporated into the overall social media marketing strategy, as opposed to being nudged to the side, and can assist in the broadcasting of company and industry news. This article highlights the importance of newsletters and how they can be utilized to drive traffic to business websites, increase sale conversions and build great business to customer relationships.

Websites vs. Facebook Pages (Infographic)

When you're getting setup in business for years we've assumed that any business, no matter what size, needs a website. The underlining principle in that thinking is actually that every business needs 'a home on the web'. These days that home doesn't necessarily have to be a website in the traditional sense. Facebook pages, Twitter profiles, Google + pages, Flickr, YouTube - the list goes on - all these places give your brand (whether that's a business or some other entity) a home and perhaps more importantly, a voice, on the web.

5+ Things You Need to Know Before You Hire an Internet Marketing Consultant

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Wordle Cloud of the Internet Marketing Blog - 08/15/08 (Photo credit: DavidErickson)

If you’re considering hiring an internet marketing consultant to help your business succeed in the potentially profitable but highly volatile online market, you need to know a few things first:

  1. The consultant isn’t a genie in a bottle
  2. You get what you pay for
  3. You’re in control
  4. Traffic isn’t everything
  5. Internet marketing isn’t evergreen

Klout, A New Site You Should Be Aware Of

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Have you heard of Klout? If you are a business, or a just a student―it's best to keep your knowledge of different social and business sites up to date. Klout is a start up business founded by two friends in 2008.

The main goal of Klout is to measure the influence that you have (or a company) around the web. There is a score from 1 to 100 based on how well you (or a company) can call people to action. In a nutshell, it is a “credit score” that makes your life better. Instead of looking at who is following you, or how many friends you have, Klout looks at what you do. It looks at your retweets, comments, likes, and how it influences other people. Right now, they only focus on Facebook and Twitter.

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