Question: How are Rubik's Cubes similar to social media marketing?
The Content Strategist says it's "because effectively using social media requires Rubik’s Cube-like logic. There are so many different platforms to keep track of, and a shift on one network could impact how you approach others."
"SEO is Dead." This has been stated over and over again since the search engines started. Every year there is a claim that SEO is dead - that some Google algorithm change has killed it and that there is something new that is going to take it's place....
But if there are search engines then there will always be search engine optimization. There are no signs of search engine optimization slowing down, and in fact it seems to be bigger now more than ever and is a critical part to your online success
Sure, we all love referrals – and why not? Warm leads, bundled up tightly with the endorsements of trusted sources, have the highest chance of conversion. Referrals are also a sign that you’re doing something right; after all, someone took the time and effort to refer a customer to you, which means that somebody was genuinely impressed with you and your work. But let’s face it: Word of mouth, referral, organic growth … these channels all hit a brick wall eventually.
Drupal is an open source content management system (CMS) that allows you to easily add content, make changes to design, and add top level functionalities to your site without limiting customizable solutions to increasing business needs. It allows you to do so all the while using scalable tactics, providing a platform for collaboration, easy and user friendly editing, and limiting the need for any technical skills (programming). Whether you run an eCommerce site, a B2B business, or simply a blog Drupal can help you perform day to day activities and provide professional website design solutions for any and all of your online needs.
The Internet these days has become more and more about getting to the point. When people search for "pizza delivery" on their mobile devices, they want Google to figure out what they want for them. People don't want to have to figure out what pizza choice might be best by sifting through a bunch of content and pricing points and making a calculated decision.