Business Impact

Martech Zone articles tagged business impact.
  • Social Media & Influencer MarketingWhy People Follow Brands on Social Media

    What Makes Consumers Want to Follow a Brand on Social Media in 2024?

    Social media has become more than a platform for social interaction; it’s become a dynamic hub for brands to engage with prospects and customers. The reason behind this transformation is deeply rooted in the behavior and preferences of consumers. Understanding why individuals follow brands on social media can offer valuable insights into crafting strategies that resonate with target audiences. The…

  • Artificial IntelligenceSurfer: AI-Driven SEO Platform

    Surfer: AI-Driven SEO Platform for Automated Content Creation and Optimization

    Traditional search engine optimization (SEO) platforms often inundate users with a plethora of subjective data and reports, leading to potential confusion and misguided efforts. Their excessive data and analysis can inadvertently steer businesses and even seasoned SEO consultants toward investing time and resources in areas that may not yield significant impacts. Surfer Surfer is an innovative SEO platform that embraces…

  • Search Marketingsite speed business impact case studies

    How Your Site’s Speed Impacts Business Results [13 Case Studies]

    We’ve written quite a bit about the factors that impact your website’s ability to load quickly and shared how slower speeds hurt your business. I’m honestly surprised by the number of clients we consult with that spend enormous amounts of time and energy on content marketing and promotion strategies – all while loading them on a substandard host with a site…

  • Sales and Marketing TrainingThe Business impact of early adoption and change

    The Business Impact of Early Adoption and Change

    I’m reading Kevin Eikenberry’s book, Remarkable Leadership, and I will have coffee with Kevin tomorrow. It’s a fantastic book – and one chapter hit home with me on championing change. Kevin discusses change in great detail. One of Kevin’s references is the 1962 book by Everett Rogers, Diffusion of Innovations. It’s a theory that has stood the test of time……

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