Your website can be beautiful, but the most important thing is to attract visitors! Ultimately, the idea is to attract customers to your product or service and, of course, you have to do something to increase the number of visitors to your website. There are an awful lot of different sources of traffic to your website. So there isn’t just one right or effective way either. It is (as so often in online marketing) about the right mix of different things. Want to know what traffic sources are out there and then how to measure your own website traffic? Then read this blog!
Soon it will be that time of the year again! For some, that means making resolutions for the coming year. As a business owner, you can also use the turn of the year as a good opportunity to reflect, evaluate the past year and draw conclusions for the new year.
Influencers. They are totally “hot” these days. If you ask young horse girls what they want to be later on, you will now increasingly get the answer “an influencer.” Where before Anky was a great role model and riding at Olympic level was the end goal for many, we see that this has completely shifted. Today’s idols are often riders who excel not necessarily with their sporting achievements, but rather by sharing their – sometimes very ordinary – lives. And very successfully, too. Are you already using influencers in your marketing strategy?
Oops! A 404 page on your website… Statistics show that 73.72% of all visitors leave a website after seeing a 404 page. And you don’t want that! Therefore, it is a top idea not to make your 404 page a dead end. Make your 404 page a fun, funny page that makes it easy for visitors to click back to your homepage or menu. How to do that? In this blog, some tips for a custom 404 page on your website.
Your customers are obviously hugely important to your business. Actually, they are what makes your company a company at all. Because if you had no customers, then you had no income and basically had no business. So cherish your customers! Actually, it is then quite crazy that with online marketing we very often focus on attracting new customers (acquisition) and much less energy is put into retaining the customers you now have and building good relationships with them (retention).