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The digital world has changed the face of education. Many children in classrooms these days are faced with the transition of relying on the internet
Voice search was once just a part of a futuristic, sci-fi movie – that’s all in the past now. Much like when encyclopedias were cool
Remember when droids and bots seemed so far fetched? All the work fields around the world now rely somewhat on chatbots. This technological advancement has
A battle between superheroes? Precisely. The good news is that users can never go wrong with choosing either Excel or Google Sheets. Both softwares are credited
Why should you draw inspiration from examples of great Responsive Web Design? Well, ‘RWD’ plays a crucial role in how a potential, or existing, customer interacts
How to add Hotjar tracking code to your WIX website? Hotjar is an online performance tool designed to reveal the behaviour of your site users to
How to organise a contact list on your WIX website? It could be tempting to think of this as a potentially difficult task but WIX makes it very
For anyone in the marketing field, embracing the continuous usage of digital enhancements tools or equipment is necessary. Every single move must be pre-planned and useful in order to determine the type of audience and their needs to develop campaigns and tactics that work. There are a number of digital marketing tools on the market designed to assist the marketing team in organisations of every size. You must consider why you need the tool and how it will be used.
Having a clear vision of what these planner tools and project management represent is a must. First and foremost, you need to understand how these tools can be used to help give your website a boost in the search engine rankings and generally SEO. However, this isn’t the only thing the planner and management tools can be used for.
Websites rely on the traffic generated by the search engines to bring prospective clients in and increase the chances of a conversion. Using an effective tool is necessary to help you determine which parts will be easier to rank for and which ones will bring the amount of qualified traffic you need to increase your sales. These tools are often free and are designed to make the job of ‘research and tracking’ much easier to manage, especially if you are unable to hire someone dedicated to your content marketing plan, which is the case for many smaller businesses with limited marketing budgets. Instead, you will be able to handle it on your own so you can get the results you need to survive in a competitive business world.