In this episode of the Exposure Ninja Digital Marketing Podcast, we have David Deng who has built a massive Instagram following for his @entrepreneurshipfacts account. With an impressive 1.2milllion followers and 2,000-3,000 new followers each day.
David has a unique insight into how to build a successful Instagram page and this video will help answer questions such as, how many times a day should I post? What sort of content is best for my audience? And what hashtags should I use for my business?
We also get an insight into other aspects of building a large following on Instagram that may not seem too important at first glance, such as the username you choose for your account. This small but significant step is a great way to build followers and help your account become well known. So you need to get it right!
So sit back and enjoy as we get down to the nitty-gritty of how David has managed to build such an extraordinarily large Instagram following in 3 years.
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In this episode of the Exposure Ninja Digital Marketing Podcast, we are getting to grips with Google ads and showing you how to determine if they are worth investing in for your business.
Google ads are expensive and can be complicated, it's safe to say that you need to know what you are doing when you advertise with Google ads. So It's not surprising that the majority of business that are using Google ads are not being effective with their budget.
Before using Google ads it's important to know your Cost-Per-Click (CPC) and your website's Conversion Rate (CR). With these in hand, you can calculate if Google ads can be effective for your business.
Here is Tim to give you some golden rules for when you should not waste your money on Google ads.
Here’s when you should NOT run Google ads –
2:13: When the numbers don’t make sense.
6:33: When your website SUCKS compared to competitors.
7:33: When you don't have a clear conversion goal.
8:42: If people aren’t searching for what you do.
9:34: If you are not committed to optimising and tracking things over time.