Instagram: 5 Small Businesses Who Are Doing it Right
Since its launch 7 years ago, Instagram has become one of the leading social media platforms for image-based content, with over 600 million active monthly users. But where this platform really shines is its level of user engagement. Engagement with brands on Instagram is 10 times higher than Facebook, 54 times higher than Pinterest, and 84 times higher than Twitter. What’s more, this platform is nicknamed “the king of social media”, accumulating 4.2 billion likes per day. Using Instagram can put your.
Wrap-up: Mobilize 2017 Reseller Success Summit
Last week, we hosted our second Mobilize Reseller Summit! Taking it up a notch from two years ago, we hosted the event at the Hard Rock Hotel in Downtown San Diego. On Thursday morning, our conference room filled up with 150 resellers! Andrew Gazdecki, CEO of Bizness Apps, kicked off the event with a look at the Mobile Revolution and how we can take advantage of this exploding market opportunity. Here are some takeaways of the keynote speeches from the executive team.
What is Driving M-Commerce in 2017 (And Beyond)?
The online (and offline) business owners of today are taking a keen interest in understanding and exploring the potential of mobile commerce, also referred to as m-commerce. This is because m-commerce is expected to grow to a 250 billion market by 2020. Nearly 4.77 billion people are expected to use smartphones, capable of making mobile purchases, by the end of year 2017. If you have an online store, or are planning to sell online, it’s time to get acquainted with the latest.
How to Sell Apps: Handling Common Objections
There is no point in sugarcoating it: sales is synonymous with rejection. A salesperson faces rejection every single day, no matter how good their product or service is. If you are selling apps to small businesses, the constant objections can be discouraging. You might be thinking it’s part of the job, and there’s nothing you can do about it. While it is part of the job, you can learn to handle objections in the most productive way. This doesn’t mean telling your.
Your Small Business in a Big Search Engine World
Businesses of the 21st century are all connected to the digital market. Not all marketing and business relationships should be digital, but digital marketing boasts proven results in growing retention with your clients and community. Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is an integral part of any digital marketing strategy. It is a crucial element in organically driving customers to your businesses via online platforms. In other words, it’s modern day marketing! Take a look at these ways to increase that foot traffic.
Launching All-New Features
We have officially launched our new Premium Add-ons, offering advanced mobile app functionality. Get ready for Multi Language Support, Email Signatures and Private App Stores. In addition to the new add-ons, we have introduced new Payment Gateways, free of charge. They will make in-app purchases even easier. What’s new: Launch of the Multi Language Support add-on Launch of the Email Signature add-on Relaunch of the Private App Store Ability to purchase App Licenses for Premium add-ons New Payment Gateways available 1..
Should You Use Paid Ads to Promote Your Small Business?
Paid advertising can be a great way to guide more traffic to your site and increase business, however it can be an expensive endeavor if you don’t really know what you are doing. This article tackles the three most popular platforms for online advertising, and whether they are worth it for small businesses to invest in. Find out everything you need to know about using paid ads to promote your small business. 1. Google Paid Ads Let’s start with the most obvious.
It’s National Small Business Week!
National Small Business Week is an annual national recognition event to honor the United States’ top entrepreneurs and small business owners. As part of the National Small Business Week (April 29 – May 5, 2018), the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) honors small business owners and entrepreneurs from all over the country. Why? According to the official website, “National Small Business Week honors the innovators who take a risk on an idea, invest in their communities and create jobs. Their skills and.