How to Ensure Your Social Media Content Meets FTC, FDA and Google Requirements : Social Media Examiner Are you involved with influencer marketing campaigns? Do you know how to meet disclosure and compliance requirements? By following a few simple guidelines, you can maintain transparency while producing brand-sponsored content that engages consumers. In this article you’ll discover how to make sure your content meets Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Google requirements. What Compliance Means for You 8 Actionable Ways to Get Your Startup’s First 100 Customers No matter how great your startup idea is, if you don’t have customers you don’t have a sustainable business. We understand that the ability to come up with a great new product doesn’t automatically mean you have the innate ability to successfully sell it to customers. Even if you’re not a natural salesperson, these 8 techniques for getting your first 100 customers are feasible and realistic for any startup. Best of all, we’re giving you actual action steps that you can get started on today. There are two different aspects to getting your first customers: just getting those initial customers and then determining if your product/market fit is what you expected. In today’s post we’re focusing on the first part, and we’ll be diving into testing product/market fit with your first customers in an upcoming post.
How to Target Your Facebook Ads to Business Locations : Social Media Examiner Do you want to get your Facebook posts in front of an audience at a specific physical location? Have you considered targeting people based on where they work? Using workplace targeting makes it easy to get your content in front of the right people at the right company. How to Cite Sources & Not Steal People's Content on the Internet The best content marketers aren't afraid to share. Share content. Share links. Share ideas. Share data.
10 marketing blogs to add to your reading list There is a lot of content out there and sometimes great resources get lost in the mix. Blogs provide great insights and tips that can inspire and improve your marketing efforts. Here is my ultimate list of marketing blogs I read as often as possible. Please feel free to comment below if I missed any good ones worth reading. Enjoy! 1. Facebook Gives Advertisers 3 New Powerful Tools Select Google AdWords advertisers are able to see which ad campaigns drive people to physical locations, such as retail stores, restaurants, and hotels. At the recent Google Performance Summit a few weeks ago, Google revealed they had measured more than a billion store visits since store visit conversions were introduced. The importance of bridging the digital and physical worlds makes this is an extremely important metric for marketers, especially considering that 90 percent of sales still happen in physical stores. Facebook Store Visit Conversions Now Facebook is set to launch its own version of store visit conversions in its Ads Reporting tool. This will give Facebook advertisers the opportunity to analyze and optimize their creative, targeting, and ad spend.
6 Simple Tricks To Make More Money From Your Blog Are you getting traffic to your blog, but still struggling to make a good income? Blogging is a great career option but only if you do it the right way. Of course, everything starts with providing great content to your readers and steadily growing your traffic. Once you have decent traffic to your blog and a loyal audience, it’s time to focus on the revenue. You may have heard a lot of people say that your blog revenue is directly proportional to the traffic coming in, but that’s not really true. An Entrepreneur's Guide to Compliance Understanding your role in compliance and staying ahead of federal regulations is challenging, but it’s infinitely preferable to the fines and other costs associated with non-compliance. Creating a culture of compliance in your organization, even if it’s just you, isn’t something that you can deal with in the future, or assume is the domain of only larger organizations. In the current business climate, every organization, regardless of size, is held accountable for compliance, and regulators are examining compliance plans and policies more closely than ever.
The Tools Early-Stage Startups Actually Need to Understand Their Customers After 18 months of struggling to get traction with two product ideas, Segment started its turnaround. What followed was a two-year stretch of growth from four to 60 people, thousands of new customers and $44 million over several rounds of financing. What was the trigger for such a significant inflection point? In the lead up to the sea change, Co-founder and CEO Peter Reinhardt and the team at Segment started to heavily lean into qualitative feedback tools like live chat widget Olark. It was embedded on each page and everyone from the newest hire to the co-founders were constantly learning from everyone using their product. It’s hard to pin all this momentum on tools, but knowing how to leverage them is at the core of Segment’s business.
How to Perfectly Place Your Furniture in Small Spaces ~ Currently, Kelsie While I'm out on blogging "maternity leave", today's post is from Ash. He gives some great tips on how to make the most of your small spaces. Check it out! Renting or buying a place may not be for everyone, and it is not always easy to get a place with a large space. The bigger the space, the more it will cost. To maximize your modern prefab home, it will take a lot of thought and moving around furniture until you get your ideal look and homey feel.
Signs Your Home Badly Needs a Makeover - kravelv There are many times when we need to have a makeover. As time goes on, things change and lifestyle changes too. We all need a change in our life and have something new now and then. How to Incorporate Multifunctional Furniture in Your Home Choosing the right furnishings for your home takes time, as there are a lot of things to take into consideration especially for modular homes. You ponder on questions like “am I going to invest in brand new furniture or opt for slightly used items half the price? Do I need a 12-seater dining table for family dinners or will a 4-seater work?” The tricky part is addressing all these needs without crowding your house with furniture. When you’re living in a small home, you don’t just think about purpose but also space. The last thing you want is a house full of furniture.
How to Build a Successful Marketplace Application Building application for E-commercial purposes becomes a noticeably more popular choice among all other types of the app development. The statistics we observe these days say that by the year of 2020 mobile shopping apps will take over 45% of the total e-commerce market (according to BI intelligence). There is plenty of opportunities to create an interesting and compatible product. All you need is a good business idea and bring the professional implementation into life. Fortunately, shopping app development allows lots of variations in its building and designing process, not to mention that the general audience nowadays represents so many different tastes that everyone can find a niche.
Season 7, Episode 13: 10 Reasons Every Leader Needs a Blog [Podcast] Welcome to Season 7, Episode 13 of the This Is Your Life podcast. In this episode, Michele Cushatt and I discuss why we think blogging is an absolute must for leaders today. If you’re a leader and you don’t have a blog, then you are missing out on one of the greatest leadership tools ever invented. With a blog, you can literally influence hundreds and thousands of people at a time. Today, I’m going to give you my 10 reasons why every leader needs a blog and what you need to do to get started. Listen to the Audio