Hauppauge, NY, November 19, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Active Web Group, a full-service web marketing firm located in Long Island, NY, has always prided themselves on being an innovator in the online marketing solutions industry, and regularly embraces cutting-edge, advanced marketing strategies such as Pay-Per-Ranking. So it’s no surprise to find AWG also utilizes Web 2.0 to further expand its strong online presence.
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Recent years have shown a significant increase in the use of email marketing campaigns by both major corporations and small businesses
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Email marketing is cost-efficient, effective, quick, and easy. Create email lists based on specific target markets and launch a campaign based on those particular markets. Have that newsletter yet? Email it. Wrote a press release about a new product, or an important industry event? Email it. People spend a good portion of their day reading email, and if your emails are creative, informative, and engaging, you can reach thousands in an instant. For more information about the benefits of email marketing, visit Active Web Group.
You might offer a great product or service, but couple that with valuable information, and you’ve got a winning combination that keeps customers coming back consistently. Offer a newsletter on at least a monthly basis, create press releases, and start a blog and keep it regularly updated with industry-related news and information. Many businesses tend to underestimate the high value of a regularly updated blog or periodic newsletter. These simple company expansions are a great way to reign in new customers and keep the existing ones.
E-Commerce isn’t actually new, but many companies still haven’t even taken that crucial step toward establishing a strong online presence, much less integrating E-Commerce into their corporate website. Additionally, terms such as Web 2.0, SEO and Social Media are still foreign concepts to many that simply don’t take the time to understand them. But they are all vitally essential to continued success in today’s competitive marketplace. For more information on these and other online marketing solutions, visit Active Web Group, Long Island’s leading online marketing agency.
These days, it is difficult to offer a product or service that is 100% unique, but if you can attribute at least one particular aspect to a product or service you offer that the competition doesn’t, then you have a critical edge. Make sure your customers know how your product or service can benefit them, and what makes it better than what is being offered by the competition.
It’s no secret that customers will always prove to be a company’s biggest asset. Yet many businesses have either forgotten this key principle or willingly choose to ignore it. This is the first step on the road to failure. Treat your customers with respect, honor their requests when feasible and practical, and go the extra mile to let them know how valuable they are. Most customers remain loyal to the company that provides quality customer service, not discount pricing.
The rising popularity of wireless mobile devices such as the iPhone and similar products that feature full web-browsing capabilities has enabled companies to expand into mobile marketing. New and creative options for reaching new consumers and clients through mobile marketing are being integrated into marketing budgets. But before a mobile marketing campaign can be initiated, companies should take steps to ensure that their website will be displayed properly on mobile devices.
If your company offers a tangible product(s), and you have a website, then it's likely you've already entered the exciting, lucrative world of E-Commerce. Perhaps your sales are sufficient enough that you think you might not need to make any improvements. Maybe you think it isn't worth the time or the effort. But what if even just one simple improvement can increase monthly sales by $1,000? Maybe $10,000? Perhaps even $100,000. Is it worth it then?
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