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The Best of Digital Marketing From Around the Web 8-31-2016

It’s easy to dream about running a successful online business — but it’s hard to do it. You need to focus on many aspects of digital marketing like SEO, SEM, Social Media, and Email Marketing. Keep reading to learn how you can re-engage your email subscribers, how blogging and SEO are correlated, how to analyze different aspects of Facebook Insights and some remarketing campaign tactics to generate more revenue from your ads.

7 steps for re-engaging your email subscribers
One of the most obvious areas in email marketing where companies fail is with re-engaging customers who are no longer interested in what you have to offer. Read this article to learn how to develop an effective strategy that can re-engage people who are no longer responding to your emails.

12 Advanced Remarketing Tactics for the Successful Online Marketer
Remarketing or retargeting is an extremely powerful tool for the savvy online advertiser – particularly if your website gets high traffic. For remarketing, you tag your web pages to give cookies to your visitors. You can target those visitors with custom tailored ads based on their website activity. Those ads follow them around throughout an advertising network. Read this blog to learn some tactics to implement, test and tweak your remarketing campaigns.

Guide to Understanding Facebook Insights

You have your Facebook page up for your business, and have identified your target audience, you’re pushing out content, people are seeing your posts. But how do you know it’s all working, and how can you change things to make them work better? Facebook has a free measurement tool called “Insights” that will give you these answers.

7 Unique SEO Tools To Help You Write Killer Headlines
Even the most interesting blog posts can go unnoticed if they don’t have an compelling headline. More importantly, if your headline isn’t eye-catching and optimized for search engines, then your SEO efforts can seriously suffer. Based on Copyblogger research, 80% of visitors will read headlines on your blog, and only 20% will read the article to the finish. Let’s see some awesome SEO tools for writing catchy headlines.

What Happens to SEO When You Stop Blogging?
Google values fresh content. The more frequently you update your site, the more frequently Google’s crawling bot visits your site. In turn, you can achieve better rankings. Although you can update your site in several different ways, writing new blog posts tends to be the simplest way to generate fresh content. Blogging plays a major role in SEO, and the frequency of your blogging can determine how much traffic you bring in, how many leads you generate, and ultimately how many conversions you make. Read this blog to learn the facts of what happens if you decide to stop blogging.

Contact Robb Digital Marketing today or call us at 732-486-3111 for a free business consultation on how you could build  a strong Digital Marketing Strategy to take your business to the next level.

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