According to a new study by the Pew Research Center, eight out of 10 Americans now shop online. This means that the traditional ways of marketing—cold calls, trade shows, TV, radio—are not as effective as they used to be.
Small businesses are feeling very positive these days. According to the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB), this optimism has reached record-breaking levels.
Google Chrome is a decade old and the company celebrated with a new look, a revamped password manager, a slew of develop-centric changes, plenty of security enhancements, and an improved omnibox.
A growing number of people around the world are using the voice search feature in their smartphones and smart speakers to find information, confirm appointments, and even order food.
While a value proposition sounds pretty straightforward, creating one can take some figuring out. This is because it has to be concise, unique, and compelling to be effective.
The first step to developing a content marketing strategy is to determine your company’s objective. In other words, you’ll need to have an end goal.