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Blogging Vs. Paid Search Advertising Or Adwords For Small Businesses

Blogging Vs. Paid Search Advertising Or Adwords For Small Businesses

You must rate your marketing activities by return on investment to figure where to put your time and money to best use. If you spend $2,000 on adwords and their management each month, the average spend for small businesses who see decent results, and it brings in $4,000 in month then it’s easy to say you made money. But the real question is… could you have made more money and when can you stop paying the advertising fees. The answers are yes you could have made more money by using a less expensive form of marketing and no the advertising fees will never go away. Effective blogging gets you out of this trap and lets you make more money by using articles that generate business over and over again for no new investment.

The Future Of SEO As Google Continues Their Quest To Give The Best Answers To Specific Questions

The Future Of SEO As Google Continues Their Quest To Give The Best Answers To Specific Questions

Not getting found online can break a business in this day and age. Optimizing your website and social media channels are the way you get found online. The way you optimize your website and social media channels is to provide educational content to those in need of it. This content needs to be in many forms (blogs, audio, video, etc.) and integrated through social media with the intention to convert into customers those who are reading the content. With that said, anybody who tells you that SEO is dead is just “Loony Tunes.”

The Future Of Blogging, Websites, Multimedia Posts, And Online Reviews

The Future Of Blogging, Websites, Multimedia Posts, And Online Reviews

As social media because more noisy, frustrating, and expensive, businesses will start concentrating on their owned digital assets more. Businesses don’t own their space on social media channels and some have found this out the hard way as organic access to the feeds slowing disappears. The website and the blog become the library for a company’s owned content and distribution of that content will more and more be driven by email and niche social media channels and groups/communities inside the larger social media channels.