Is all SEO black hat? Is marketing just annoying? Is Conversion Rate Optimisation manipulative? Are Digital Marketing companies a rip off? Lozz has compiled the most awkward (and in some cases rude) questions that people have about digital marketing, but are usually too scared to ask. Tim has to answer these questions live.
For show notes, head to https://www.exposureninja.com/episode15
As we speed towards the New Year, attention inevitably falls on planning and goal setting. As a business owner, your plan for the next 12 months is one of the most important things you’ll do this year. In this episode, Tim walks through the Business Growth goal setting plan that Exposure Ninja and clients have used to double their business each year.
For show notes and the accompanying worksheet, head to https://www.exposureninja.com/episode14
Ever seen someone with a surprisingly engaged social media following and wondered how they did it? Tried Twitter and found that it’s full of Twits and spammers? In this episode, Tim chats with Graham Todd, from Spaghetti Agency about how he ‘accidentally’ built a very engaged social media following from his wine delivery van, just by being himself.
Discover how the angles Todd used can translate to other businesses, and get his top tips for finding your own brand voice that works well on social media.
To get a free analysis of your social media with a customised plan to grow your engagement and generate more sales through your website, head to www.exposureninja.com/review
Did you know that between 68-80% eCommerce customers who put items in their basket DON’T complete checkout? This episode is all about how to reduce that percentage and make more sales by using voucher codes and streamlining the checkout process.
Tim chats with Ben Corrigan from Pouch, who has spent his life working on eCommerce checkout optimisation, and the principles covered are relevant to any business seeking to sell or generate leads online.
For a free review of your website’s conversion funnel, head to www.exposureninja.com/review