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Category: marketing

30 September 2021

Andy Roth

4 Tips For Building a Better Financial Website

When you’re in the finance industry, you’re in the business of building trust with clients. As an entity being placed in charge of someone’s finances, every little bit of rapport you can build will make your business relationships just a little easier. That’s why having a financial website where you can store information and advice …

10 August 2021

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Hubspot CRM | One of the Best Tools for Any Sized Business

What is a CRM? Quite simply, Customer Relationship Management or CRM is business software that gives individuals and teams the tools they need to maximize customer communications and sales initiatives. Genuinely successful marketing efforts are all about building long-term relationships by improving the customer experience before, during, and after a sale. Hubspot can do that, …

28 July 2021

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Semrush Boosts Your SEO, PPC, and Overall Online Content

Studies indicate that as many as 70% of search engine users don’t bother to click past the first page of results. Do you know what that means? You’re going to need to do whatever you can to appear on that first page of search results. Well-constructed Search Engine Marketing (SEM) plans are designed to drive …

01 June 2021

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Clean Up Your Company’s Grammar with Grammarly

We live in a world that frequently communicates through brief texts and abbreviated social media posts. The art of communication gets lost in a swirl of emojis, misspellings, and acronyms. Grammarly exists to help us regain some of the clarity and nuance that has been stripped away by technology. For us to truly understand each …

27 May 2021

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Maximize your Social Media Strategies with Sprout Social

Before 2020, brands were learning to leverage social media as an integral part of their overall marketing strategy. By March of 2020, everything we knew about running a successful business was turned on its head. Nimble business owners did what they could to quickly adapt their day-to-day operations to comply with rapidly changing Covid-19 restrictions. …

20 May 2021

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6 Quick Tips To Help Your Business

Do you own a business? Are you struggling to keep it going? Consider the following things you can do to help your business now and in the future. 6 Tips Understand Your Customers Understanding your ideal customer is crucial when it comes to supporting and growing your business. If you don’t know much about your …

29 December 2020

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Credit Card Logos Can Benefit Your Business

Being a business owner means making decisions in your company’s best interest and sometimes that means finding ways to ensure your business is presented in the best light and ensuring payments are processed efficiently. That might mean finding ways to reassure your customers and give them incentive to shop with you – like offering mobile …

17 May 2017

Colin Driscoll

The Art of Business Transformation | Part 2: From Core to Digital

If you’ve been keeping up with Payline, you may have caught a look at Part One of the Art of Business Transformation highlighting the business core. It dove deep into the importance of starting the reinvention of your business at its core, because every structure needs a solid foundation. Once you have the core on track to …

16 May 2017

Colin Driscoll

The Art of Business Transformation | Part 1: Reinvention at the Core

A business is a machine of many moving parts, and every part needs frequent “oil” to stay in good working order. A well-structured and well-maintained machine can run for years at a time with no problems, but as times change and needs evolve, sometimes those machines can need some updating. The same can happen with …

20 April 2017

Colin Driscoll

“Did You Get My Message?”: How to Better Your Customer Outreach

Communication is a pillar of survival. Every day in business and in life, we are constantly interacting via emails, texts, body language, and social media. Verbally and nonverbally, communication will always be necessary; and, when it comes to business, communication will remain as vital as your company purpose. Could there be such a thing as …