Maintaining a strong community can help you maintain relationships with loyal fans, increase eCommerce revenue, and familiarize prospective customers with your brand. The focus should be on the audience’s interests, passions, beliefs, concerns, and motivations. Read more to other benefits of community building for an eCommerce brand.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Individualism is what truly makes humans interesting. If everyone looked and thought the same, life would’ve been boring. The diversity of views, however, isn’t unproblematic. On a grander scale, there’s the conflict of interests that may stem from it. But then, on a personal level, you may have individuals who follow certain ideas but don’t have many or any people around who share them. These folks may crave the companionship of other like-minded persons and their best bet for finding community is going online.READ THE FULL ARTICLE
All successful online communities have several features in common. They offer sections like news and latest activity, social sharing buttons, the option for admins to promote members within ranks, comments turned on, perhaps a forum too. These are must-haves that people will expect to be available by default and look for that unique value that makes you stand out if they were to join. There are surely many ways for you to level up, depending on your budget and creativity. In this post I’m going to discuss six easy ways you can generate more value for your online community that won’t strain your pockets. Sounds good?READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Whichever line of business you’re in, you need an audience which you can nurture and hopefully turn into paying customers. Ideally, you want to build a strong and lasting relationship in order to ensure continued interest in what you have to offer. This can be achieved by having an established presence online, aimed at showcasing the human side of your business. Turning to social media for this is a smart and necessary move but is it the best you can do, or is there perhaps a better way of attracting and engaging potential customers online?READ THE FULL ARTICLE
While having friends drop by your place for a movie or game night has always been fun (well, unless someone smeared taco meat all over your couch or one of the controllers got smashed after a humiliating loss in 2K), you might want to switch things up from time to time and look for a little different type of social interaction. The Web now offers a plethora of opportunities to engage other individuals, who share your interests. Setting the more obvious ones like social media or online forums aside, I’d like to turn to live videos and discuss how chat room for live streaming sites can become an interesting alternative to entertaining guests at your house.
Have you ever asked yourself what is the purpose of your website? Most likely yes, and the answer to that probably varies, depending on the type of business or the industry you’re in. One universal goal, however, regardless of your other intentions, would be to entice your website users into some kind of action. Essentially, you want people to do something, to act in a way that’s useful to your organization. In this post, I’d like to discuss the issue of how to make your website more social, as doing so will result in a number of beneficial implications.
If building customer loyalty hasn’t been sitting at the top of your business agenda, it’s time to reevaluate things. The good news is you probably already have some enthusiastic users of your product or service. Otherwise, you’d be out of business pretty fast. Now, there are many tactics to make clients stay with you, however, in this post I’ll focus on one particular strategy, that can be implemented by most companies these days. Stay with me to learn how to build customer loyalty using your website.
Sports are one of the most popular and long-standing leisure activities developed by humankind. They date back thousands of years, to ancient China, Egypt, Persia and Greece. Once, their performance was limited to a selected few, but sports became commonplace after the industrial revolution, with both, a growing number of athletes and fans all over the world. The explosion of popularity that all kinds of physical activity have seen, could not have been fathomed by spectators at the Coliseum. As it’s often the case, the Internet seems to be the culprit here. In this post, I’d like to show you how to use live chat on sports websites to your advantage. Game on!
So, you got yourself a nice little website set up. You’ve established outposts on all the major social media platforms, because that’s where your clients roam. You’ve run AdWords campaigns to become more visible to those looking for your kind of business in Google. If your pockets are a bit deeper, you even might have hired an agency to help you develop quality content and optimize for search engines. Well, it’s all fine and dandy but don’t you feel like something’s missing in your quest to attract visitors to your website? If the answer’s ‘yes’, then you might be forgetting about a whole other world outside of the Internet. Buckle up for the ultimate guide to offline promotion. And what to do next.
As the great Professor Farnsworth would say – good news, everyone! Blogging is now as strong and as easy for anyone with no advanced technical knowledge as it’s ever been. From a teen girl keeping an online diary, to a presidential candidate trying to garner votes, everyone seems to be blogging. Great content has become like a rare earth mineral. People are looking for it, willing to pay to get it and able to put it to a variety of uses once they have it. The blogosphere is like a humongous mine. Armed with the right tools and knowledge, you can dig out some really high-octane stuff OR actually cook something up yourself, using advanced online alchemy. Without further ado, I introduce to you the best blogging platforms in 2015.