Let’s face it; there are endless choices out there when it comes to automated schedulers. What we DO need to remember is that not all are created equal. While each may offer many features that will fit in your “pros” column, it boils down to one thing; does it meet YOUR business’ needs? So which tool do we love for our daily needs here at Moose May? Buffer. (external link??) Hands down!
Are you struggling with graphics? Not sure what to post on your social media platforms or even where to begin the design process? We can’t all be artists, right? That’s why our team fell in love with Canva! No experience necessary for this amazing tool. So what’s all the fuss about?
Managing social media, especially for multiple clients, can seem overwhelming at times. With so many profiles to compete with, you want to find the perfect aesthetic that works for your brand, especially when there are always new and inventive ways to market yourself to your audience. Take Instagram for example. Finding the best flow, coloring, and visuals to perfectly represent who you are and what you do can take hours out of your day. But thanks to Planoly, it doesn’t have to! Check out some of our favorite features of the first visual Instagram planner!
US bloggers alone are projected to have a readership of 31.7 million by 2020. If you want a slice of that pie, then you need a top-quality blog about SEO, and you need to rank highly. This article explains how you may write your blog so that it becomes one of the best SEO blogs indexed by Google.
3.2 billion people, or about 42 percent of the population, use social media every single day.
If you think that’s just millennials, you’d be wrong — although they do make up a majority. 77.5 percent of Gen Xers are included in that number, as well as 48.2 percent of baby boomers.
Is your brand taking advantage of the growing number of viewers who are flocking to Pinterest every month? Brands who understand that Pinterest is an incredible visual search engine rather than a social platform have already been successful in getting their products out in front of their target audiences. If you aren’t taking advantage of this opportunity by now, you’re missing out on an enormous chance to increase your brand’s reach. If you’re ready to drive additional traffic to your website and products while watching your numbers skyrocket, then it’s time you jump on Pinterest and start pinning!
As an ecommerce store, your survival depends on one thing: traffic.
Not just any type of traffic, but the right traffic. People who are interested in your products and are ready to make a purchase. There are plenty of ways to accomplish this, and one way that’s very effective is ecommerce SEO.
SEO is critical for your business because your customers begin the buying process with an online search. You want your site to be positioned to get those shoppers to your site. They’ll research products and then decide to buy.
Yet, too many ecommerce sites get ecommerce SEO wrong. Read on to discover the most common mistakes that ecommerce stores make and how you can get your site to the top of search results.
Sites on the first page of Google search results get 91.5% of the traffic. Is your ecommerce site ranking on the first page for searches potential customers use?
SEO matters for ecommerce because it’s a quick way to get free, organic traffic. And you already know that more traffic equals more sales.
If you’re not ranking on the first page of search results for your ecommerce niche, you’re missing out on potential sales.
An ecommerce blog is an easy way to add value to your site and make it SEO friendly. It gives you opportunities to incorporate keywords and backlinking. Those SEO strategies boost your site higher in search results.
Keep reading to get an intro into creating an SEO friendly blog for your ecommerce business.
Have you ever been really excited to see an article or blog post only to find that it is no longer available after clicking on it? An experience like that typically causes a lot of frustration and angst for the user, which can cause them to leave your website. What should have happened when the user clicked on a no longer available URL? A 301 redirect to a similar page or article would have met the user’s needs and kept them engaged. Having the correct redirects put in place can not only be helpful to prevent a confusing user experience, but it also helps search engines too. Many website owners get confused when it comes to redirects, and rightly so. Having the wrong redirect in place confuses both users and search engines, and could possibly put your website in jeopardy of being blacklisted from Google. Nobody wants that, so stay tuned as we explain more.