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Smart Spots: 5 Favorite Marketing Trends for 2019

Listen in as we share a few of our favorite 2019 marketing trends.

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Spot On Named a Top Inbound Marketing Agency of 2019 by DesignRush

Birmingham, Alabama – May 7, 2019 – Spot On, a digital strategy agency specializing in web design and brand & strategy development, partners with companies to solve their greatest marketing challenges. Recently named a top inbound marketing agency of 2019 by DesignRush, the agency continues to focus on delivering the services that bring the highest level of impact to their clients.

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Smart Spots: 5 Steps to Creating Your Content Development Strategy

Our first ever Smart Spot explains why you need a content strategy in place.

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7 Marketing Tools We’re Thankful for This Year

Marketers often take for granted all of the tools and resources available to us, but the truth is, these tools really make our jobs easier and support us in producing better results than we could without them.

In the spirit of Thanksgiving this week, here are a few tools Spot On utilizes pretty frequently to ensure that our marketing for clients as well as our own agency is the best that it can be.

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How PPC Marketing Can Improve Your Digital Marketing Strategy

Pay-per-click or PPC is a term many marketers are familiar with in theory, but in practice many may find the concept of a PPC marketing strategy complicated. To put it simply, advertisers pay a fee each time someone clicks on one of their ads.

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13 Scary Marketing Mistakes to Avoid

It’s that time of year. Pumpkins, gourds, and Jack-o-lanterns are on many doorsteps. The air is becoming chilly and leaves are changing to vivid oranges, yellows, and reds.

Autumn is also the perfect season to evaluate your current digital marketing strategy and make any necessary changes as you start thinking about next year’s strategy.

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12 Twitter Marketing Strategy Tips for Your Business

Is Twitter still relevant for your marketing strategy? Your answer may depend on whether or not you've ever had success with this network. More often times than not, many businesses feel directionless when it comes to tweeting, especially when it comes to whether or not posts are reaching their audience.

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7 Tips for Your Company’s LinkedIn Strategy

A predecessor to Facebook, LinkedIn was launched in 2003 as a platform focused specifically on businesses and employment. Now, with over 500 million users, there’s no doubt that this is a popular network.

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7 Things You Should Know About Facebook Marketing Strategy

Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane to 2004. You or may not remember that when Facebook was first created, its membership was limited to Harvard students. However, it wasn’t long before the network expanded to other schools and not long after that, almost anyone could join.

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3 Trends in Educational Technology That Affect Your Marketing Strategy

Technology is continually transforming the classroom, and in this era of hyper-connectivity, the trends in EdTech are raising new concerns among educators. Your marketing efforts must go beyond highlighting the features and benefits of your products. The buyers and users of new educational technology need information, solid data, training and support if they are to change methods, and embrace innovation. 

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6 Survival Tips for Your Website Strategy

Every company approaches their website differently. For some, it’s enough to simply have an updated website design that looks great. Others might feel somewhat lost when it comes to how a website should be designed and organized.

As the central point for all of your inbound efforts, your website should ultimately attract, convert, close and delight potential customers.

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7 Digital Marketing Tips for Education Technology Companies

As an organization seeking to reach a unique audience with a niche product or service, we know it isn’t simple to attract the right leads or - if you do – converting them is another story.

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5 Step Process for LinkedIn Marketing Campaigns

Since people have embraced the use of the internet, the way they buy has changed. In the past, companies had all the information on the product or service they were selling and buyers came to them to gather information. Now, buyers do research on the internet, are well informed and usually have chosen who they want to do business with before they ever even contact a company.

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What is Digital Marketing Strategy?

While you’ve heard about the importance of having a marketing strategy before – whether it’s inbound, content, or social, a strategy is the skeleton bones of what you want to accomplish in a given time period, which you then fill in with specific tactics and campaigns to reach your audience. 

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10 Ways To Step Up Your Social Media Strategy

Guest Post By Ashley Lipman

Social media has become a celebrated marketing method for many reasons. This is because it is a reasonable investment and there are many free tools to help you get started. The truth is, many marketers and businesses are already leveraging social media to reach their customers and grow their personal brands. 

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How Digital Presence Affects Local Search for Your Business

Whether you’re aware of it or not, your company’s digital presence is an essential way in which customers and future customers find and perceive your business. However, many companies have inaccurate information online – and might not even know it.   
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9 Ways Buyer Personas Define B2B Digital Marketing Strategy

Your inbound marketing strategy needs to target a specific audience in order to engage them with your content and convert to into a sale. The buyer personas you develop guide your strategy and ultimately define your path to success.

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Why It Pays to Be Funny On Twitter (Even If Your Biz Isn’t Humor-Related)

How does a small flower shop in the UK get 35,000 followers on Twitter? Hint: it’s not by tweeting about flowers.

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Content Marketing Strategy is Changing – Are You Ready?

This week at Inbound 2017, HubSpot announced one of its newest tools for customers – Content Strategy topic clusters. While many marketers may feel like they’re guessing when it comes to choosing content, this tool will help you approach content the way modern search should be used.

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Why You Need a Video Marketing Strategy

From 360-degree videos to Facebook Live, marketers are responding to audiences' shorter attention spans by making content more interactive and visual -- and the ROI is astounding.

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Why a Good Content Marketing Strategy is Your Best SEO Strategy

Ever worked with web developers or SEO experts that promise to put you on page one of Google?

Hopefully you didn't have to learn the hard way that there are no easy fixes for getting your company found. In fact, trying to improve your SEO using shortcuts and black hat SEO strategies could result in major penalties 
from Google and other search engines.
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How to Stand Out with These 3 Digital Marketing Tools

Using digital marketing tools is one thing; using them to stand out from your
competitors
is another.

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6 Critical Inbound Marketing Questions for the LinkedIn Strategy Phase

Q&A sessions - via both content and personal interaction - are a powerful way for site visitors and qualified leads to get the information they need to make their next move. That makes sense, right?

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Effective Inbound Marketing Strategy for Facebook

Is Facebook part of your inbound marketing strategy?

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Pay Per Click Advertising: "PPC" Explained

When you enter search terms into your browser, Google spits back a page that contains high-ranking results tied to the SEO keywords. The first thing you’ll notice is that at the top of the page, some results are housed in an orange box, and others are in another box running down the right margin.

These are paid ads – pay per click (PPC) ads, to be exact – and they serve as an alternative to the “organic” (non-paid) results that populate the rest of the page.

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