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In the early years of advertising, content was presented as largely interruptive to a consumer’s daily routine. From irrelevant “buy this now” website ads to cold calling and SPAM-vertising, consumers eventually found ways to block out these unsolicited messages. Products and services were pushed onto customers and communication was largely one way, while out-of-context content provided little value to customers.
We're excited to have a guest blog post from one of our in-house SEO specialists, Nathan Comerford. Nathan graduated from the University of Arizona in 2013 and quickly landed a job on our SEO team. He's extremly knowledgable in the world of search optimization and has is own site called Natcomseo.com about the ever-changing Internet marketing solution.
Paid media, at times, can be confusing; how do brands and businesses use paid media to grow their business? In an effort to explain how paid media drives new customers, we thought it was important to discuss the various forms of media that play a role in today's marketing mix.
The Internet has taken over our lives. During the past two decades, almost everyone has started using the web for something, and affordable Internet marketing has really opened doors for small business owners.
When Facebook sees something they want, they must have it. Take Instagram, for example. So it should be no surprise that the ever-growing Pinterest, where social media users create online collections of beautiful images of things they’d love to have, has caught Facebook’s hungry eye.
Blogging? Really, do I have to? Yes, yes you do!