When it comes to running a Google Ads Campaign, there can be no such thing as too much data. Every single data point we get (via Analytics, Google Ads, HotJar etc) expands the depth at which we can abstract trends in consumer behaviour and therefore attempt to understand and predict how they're going to behave. Furthering our working TOFUN persona and allowing us the ability to optimise our content to increase conversions and lower wasted spend.
Did you know that nonprofit organisations can get free advertising dollars from Google every single day? By enrolling in the Google Ad Grant program, Google awards nonprofits with $329 a day in free advertising. You are free to use this roughly $10,000 per month on Google AdWords search campaigns.
Google has announced a number of updates for their Google Ad Grants' programme policies. The updates come as the Ad Grants' program reaches a milestone of over 35,000 active grant receiving organisations.
If you aren’t using Google Analytics, or a similar visitor data analytics tool on your Google Ad Grant supported website you're missing out on valuable data about your grant's performance that could be informing and contextualising everything from your campaign activities to your homepage headline, and even the direction of your overall digital marketing campaign.
Being an avid YouTube junkie! I often find myself trawling through endless streams of YouTube video's. In amongst the invaluable learnings that can only be yielded from toilet flushing cat video's, sit many amazing educational short films that can help someone understand the basic principals of nearly any topic that exists.
The philosophy behind operating nonprofits isn’t complicated: every dollar matters. You want to do anything you can to raise awareness for your cause, and fortunately, there are numerous tools available to help you.
Facebook currently has about 2.07 million monthly active users, according to third quarter 2017 statistics. That number is remarkable. It means that roughly 27% of the world’s population is active on social media every month. It also means that businesses that are not actively using Facebook to pursue new leads and drive revenue has a major blind spot.
Data driven content marketing does not just happen. It takes research, assessment, and then a willingness to turn it into action. In particular‚ the effective combination of targeted data sourced from your field‚ and the ability to then utilise it with precision in a marketing campaign. That is data driven content marketing in a nutshell.
Law firms are busy places. Every day, you are probably reviewing client files, meeting with clients face-to-face, conducting depositions or preparing for court. The question is, when was the last time you spared a thought for your firm’s digital marketing strategy? Specifically, have you looked at your law firm’s search engine optimization campaign lately?
As marketers, it’s easy to sometimes forget that we are dealing with real people. With sales targets to hit and the constant need to perform, we often fail to market for long term success and instead become overly transactional in our marketing.
Law firms need digital marketing.
Whether the goal is generating new business, engaging with current clients, or establishing a reputation as an industry thought leader, digital marketing is the top weapon that law firms have at their disposal. Despite this fact, many law firms are still underutilising digital marketing, putting their faith in more traditional methods—from billboards to TV advertising instead.
Beat boxing DJ's, Canapés and enough khaki coloured cino's to fit out the staff wardrobe of Australia Zoo! Last Week, Skypoynt had the pleasure of attending the 2017 Google Partner Masterclass. Hosted at the trendy Carriageworks in Everligh, Sydney, the day provides an opportunity for Google Partner Agencies to come together to learn about the latest offerings from google in the digital marketing space.