We all know email marketing is very powerful and used by most businesses as a solid marketing channel that increases sales and revenue. In marketing, we are always looking for the lowest acquisition costs to get in front of the right people. We commonly say we day trade attention.
In 2014 at Google’s annual I/O conference, they announced that you should switch your site over to HTTPS for the possibility of a minor ranking boost. We believe that this may help slightly, but the bigger question is whether or not the switch is right for you.
A recent article written by the Knoxville News Sentinel makes accusations that the cities of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge made no use of social media to warn residents and visitors of the Gatlinburg wildfires. I wanted to chime in and complete this story because most people are unaware of this and just assume that social media is a great way, in today’s time, to communicate with people. First, I will preface by saying that it may not have hurt anything to have posted on social media as a city to the community. But is it really that important they did or did not post to social media? NO! Here are a few reasons why:
At IMEG, we have been working with local government and other organizations to provide services, data and insights to help solve some of the problems problems with housing, communication, PR and marketing. We wanted to share this data with you to help our local businesses and community receive insights on the market.