You need a finger on the pulse of what’s being said about you. Today, that goes deeper than setting Google Alerts for your company. Between Facebook, Twitter, Google Alerts and Analytics, you can accumulate a lot of data very quickly. Since Facebook’s addition of hashtags to their engine, search has become a valid method of seeing what is publicly said about you. Business pages also come with insights that help show you the demographics of who is reading your material and opportunities for you to grow that readership. All of these changes or tools give you a space to glance at your efforts and process your work. If you spend too much time chasing down your data, you end up in a constant state of scrutiny, unable to actually launch a new campaign.
Online marketing has turned out to be the most talked-about trend in the online community. Indeed, there’s just so many ideas out there that you can pick up and use in your marketing campaigns. But the question is, are you really sure that you’ll get a profound impact that will boost your business?
This post may seem very basic for those of you who are experienced at blogging and maintaining a website but I’ve been surfing a lot lately and I’ve come across several blogs and websites that could use a few tips on optimizing photos and graphics for the web. So for those of you who are ready to hit that back button, stick around and add your 2-cents. What are your best tips? Where do you get your photos for your blog?
Last week, I forwarded and masked a new domain (that I had created to match my Twitter name KeepUpWeb) to this website. Yesterday, I went back to my GoDaddy domain manager and took the “masking” off. This means that if someone keys the URL www.KeepUpWeb.com into their browser address bar, after they’re redirected here, the URL www.KeepUpWithTheWeb.com will appear as the address. Why did I change my mind?