Can you believe that there are still people in the world today that do not have high speed Internet? Imagine yourself as one of those people faced with this challenge. The inability to connect with friends and family with the ease and efficiency of high speed Internet would be devastating. Today, 85% of the world’s population has access to a mobile device that grants people the ability to connect to the Internet on the go. With constant technological advancements, more and more phone companies are trying to figure out a way to offer users a fast data speed with their mobile experiences.
Topics: n5r blog, marketing, n5r, traffic, facebook, twitter, linkedin, inbound marketing, Socail Networks
The main objective for every business is to maximize profits, which is attainable by cutting costs. As our society shifts to a technological lifestyle, we are seeing first-hand the impact it’s having in the business world. Companies are adapting and shifting from traditional outbound marketing outlets like:
Topics: social media marketing, n5r, facebook, twitter, seo, Socail media Marketing
We've all gotten used to the idea of using Twitter, Facebook, and even YouTube for marketing -- even if the platforms aren't always as brand-friendly as they could be. And why should they be? They started as social networks meant for people to talk to people, not companies to talk to consumers. But in the struggle for monetization, they've had to adapt and continue offering ways for brands to market and make money using social media.
Topics: online marketing, marketing, n5r, online marketing, facebook, twitter
Online marketers have known that the general population usually follows a similar visual path as they visit any web page. How do we know this? Called heat mapping, this technology tracks the eye's movements of a person as they view the contents of the web page. The results are astoundingly homogeneous across the online population and have influenced many web site re-designs, usability testing, and content decisions. Did you know that most of your site visitors follow an "F" pattern as they scroll your web page? You can find out more at HubSpot or Crazy Egg.
Topics: social media, twitter, online marketing, Google, heatmapping, usability testing
Social media has certainly become mainstream in the past two years and 2011 was a year of phenomenal growth for Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube particularly. A 2010 study by Comscore found that Canadians rock when it comes to social media usage:
Topics: twitter, 2011 Social Media Marketing, YouTube, trends
Twitter can be much more than a 140 character sound bite for your condo development - it just may be the easiest way to keep the conversation going with prospective condo buyers. Just think about it, this is a free marketing tool that allows you to make daily connections with your leads or recent buyers who are your best ambassadors for word-of-mouth sales opportunities.
Topics: social media, twitter, real estate marketing
Twitter is a must-have for condo developers and now it's even easier to make your business come to life with more than 140 characters - with the newly announced Twitter Business Account.
Topics: twitter, n5r, condo marketing, business accounts
This is a guest post written by Pam Sahota. Pam is a marketing communications/social media manager and freelance blogger who loves Boston, photography, charity events, sushi, wine, and the Red Sox.
Topics: social media marketing, social media, social media blog, twitter, Socail media Marketing
Up-to-the-minute numbers prove mobile marketing isn't falling to the wayside, and won't be any time soon. And where inbound marketing is concerned, some of the key mobile data is central to how people are using their phones to gain new information. Recent studies shows that people are gradually using their mobile phones to access content on browsers, apps, and social networks:
Topics: n5r, twitter, mobile marketing, New Statistics on Mobile Phone Access