Just as with any kind of business, setting up a company online and simply hoping people will find you organically is unlikely going to get you very far. Marketing is the lifeblood of any business and is what will build brand awareness, a presence online and, ultimately, bring in paying customers
Statistics speak in the favor of coupons. RetailMeNot, a competitive coupon providing website reveals that 96% of consumers use coupons. Put your feet in the shoes of the customer; are you more likely to buy a product for $120 or would you rather wait a few months and bag it for 50% off?
This kind of paid advertising looks organic on websites, as it looks like an article: useful, interesting, fascinating, and full of actionable recommendations. They can even become viral sometimes. Also, native ads are more popular with the audience due to ‘banner blindness’, while they are used to not noticing banners and contextual ads, native ads are perceived as common content.
Business across the globe use reputed print stores to manage all their digital printing. This kind of service has already increased in acceptance because of the fast and quickest turnaround times that it offers.
The concept of marketing has been going through revolutionary changes. Every now and then new strategies are being devised; new methodologies are being developed to market a brand. There is always this constant need to create brand awareness and target more of potential consumers
2016 was a banner year for the eCommerce sector. Online sales reached $394.86 billion last year, a 15.6% increase compared with $341.70 billion in 2015. This has been the highest growth spurt since 2013 and eCommerce is expected grow exponentially by 2020.
Every business whether online or offline requires an advertisement plan. Here are ten simple ways to allocate an online and offline advertising budget for your business along with each method's individual grand-scheme percentage of importance.