Artificial Intelligence is Making Great Strides in the World of Online MarketingThe age of artificial intelligence has arrived, but it looks a little different than what we predicted. Bots are showing up everywhere to use their automated technology to perform simple tasks. They have the ability to interact with humans and respond to requests so employees don’t have to.
So, the question is: What's stoping you?
And that's precisely what we aim to answer in this exclusive SCORE webinar featuring Bloominari's very own, Jaime Nacach.
Welcome to Marketing Fridays Episode Number 6!
Today, I am going to be introducing you to Zapier.com, which I believe is like your web automation genie. It’s a really important part of what I have been talking about previously and it is also important for you to understand in order to really do a lot of great marketing automation in the future episodes that we’re going to be talking about.
Each Spring over 30,000 people travel to Austin, Texas for the mega-festival that is South By Southwest. Now in it’s 31st year SXSW is a well-oiled machine and touts a robust programming for interactive, film, music, and gaming. There is something for everyone at SXSW and 2017 was no different.
I’m Amanda, a social video expert and over three articles I’ll be sharing with you what I learned at SXSW. From Marc Jacobs to Kesha to Virtual Reality to gaming and beyond, I’ve got a lot of knowledge to pass around. Get comfy, grab a notebook and let’s get started with adapting storytelling in 2017.
The history of mankind has shown us that we as humans are constantly on the lookout for finding ways to make our life easier. This started a long time ago, when man had the need to stay warm and not suffer during cold nights and colder winters, thus man learned how to create fire, and create clothing to stay warm.
Today, the same concept is alive as we’re constantly looking for ways to make our life easier. For example, trying to get places faster (Uber), avoid things we dislike to eat (Checking Yelp), connecting more often with the people we like (Social Media), getting the best value for our money (Amazon, Walmart), and the list goes on.
When it comes down to business, we’re also trying to make our businesses run smoother, more efficient, hiring the correct team members, etc. Yet, many things come down to finding ways to save time and money, because time = money.
I’m always looking for ways to save time, and work more efficiently. So here’s a few ways that you can save time on your daily marketing and sales business tasks.
Pokémon GO’s success has marketers paying more attention to augmented reality
If you’ve been online or watched the news in the past month, you’ve heard of Pokémon GO. This application has been downloaded millions of times and has accrued more active users than Twitter — all within 30 days of its release. Lots of video games and applications have been wildly successful before, so what makes this one so different? Augmented reality (AR).
After more than one decade of promoting various WordPress blogs and scrutinizing masses of script on the subject, I amassed some methods that work better than others. Here are my most popular ideas.
Quora, question-and-answer site, is barely six years old and it has already made its dent as one of the foremost platforms in the digital marketing universe. Robert Scoble, American blogger, technical evangelist, and author, says that Quora succeeds precisely because it integrates the capacities of Facebook and Twitter. Competitor with 46 other Q&A sites, including Yahoo!Answers, Quora dominates by hosting longer and meatier answers to high-quality questions.
Four months to the end of the year, and businesses or marketers who seek to lead the vanguard of change are already on the lookout for what’s new and changing. Keeping up with trends can help you compete and decide where to invest your money. The following are five growing digital marketing trends that will dominate 2016-2017.
Let’s have a little chat about your business’s website.
Did you hire a web design agency to build your business’s website when the company first launched, but no one has updated the website since?
If you visit your website on a cell phone or tablet, does it look the exact same as it does on a computer’s browser, making it difficult to view the text and navigate the site?
Does your site have very high bounce rates or very short session durations?