Father’s Day is coming up this Sunday, and here at NetSource, we’ve got some pretty great dads! We asked them about some of their favorite Dad moments and Father’s Day highlights. We hope their responses make you smile as much as we did! […]
What Is It?
A percentage that represents the number of clicks an ad received in relation to the number of impressions (views) it received.
How Is It Calculated?
The number of clicks is divided by the number of impressions.
It is a big decision to make when you are deciding on which company you’d like to create your website. You want to make sure your expectations are clearly communicated with the company, and that you have an agreement that these expectations will be met. The last thing you want is to pay out a large amount of money on a website that neither meets your expectations nor brings in results for your company. To help you choose a web design firm that will meet your expectations, here are 5 important questions to ask before hiring Design Company. […]
Keyword ranking has long been a method used for determining how well your website is performing in the search engines for a specific term. Although this used to be a great tactic, things have changed. Search Engines, Google in particle, have been encrypting more and more of their keyword data making it difficult for website owners to determine which keywords drive traffic to their site. […]
If you want your site to perform well in Search Engines, the best practices to follow are known as White Hat. White Hat marketing is when you put the time and effort and use integrity to create a website that your potential audience will find useful; nothing more, nothing less. There are no skip the lines or get out of jail free cards; if you want your site to rank well, you need to make sure you are following White Hat SEO best practices. […]
Have you considered using LinkedIn as a way to promote your business? LinkedIn is an emerging network for business professionals to connect and share ideas. What’s great about using LinkedIn to advertise is that you can target specific industries, job titles, and companies by size. You can also narrow it down by location. Not sure if LinkedIn is right for your company? Check out this article that explains popular social media platforms and what companies will benefit the most from having those platforms. Here is a quick run through of creating your first LinkedIn Campaign. […]
Unless you’ve been under a rock for the past 15 years, you know that email has become a very prominent marketing tool for businesses. The reason? It works! Compared to all other online marketing methods, email consistently delivers the best click-thru and conversion rates.
Here are some tips to help you get the best results from email marketing.
If you haven’t started considering a mobile website, now is the time. Smart phone technology and usability has increased, which has led to traffic from mobile devices to increase dramatically over the past few years. Your site can see traffic as high as 50% from mobile devices, especially if you are using any type of social campaigns to promote your business. If you are still not convinced you need a mobile site, check out this blog article that provides detailed information on why you need a mobile site. […]
QR Codes are cropping up everywhere – in magazine ads, posters, product packaging, how-to books, DVD and Blu-Ray extras and more. But for every great use of QR Codes in online marketing strategies, there are 10 poorly conceived and executed QR Code disasters. Here are 10 tips to make sure your QR codes are most definitely NOT a disaster. […]
Even a person who doesn’t stay up to date on internet trends has probably heard that mobile usage has exploded. Technology has grown so much that our mobile devices and tablets have the same functioning capability as a laptop or desktop computer. We as a country have become so dependent on our cellular devices that most people would not be able to successfully get through one day without theirs. Business Insider reported that mobile internet users will grow larger than desktop users this year, in 2014.
What does this mean for your website? Do you know what percent of your customers are visiting your website from their mobile device? Can customers properly navigate your website from a mobile or tablet device? By navigate, I mean make purchases, schedule appointments, or any other activity that has been set up on your site. After answering these questions, are you still not convinced that you need a mobile site? Below are some more reasons that explain how critical a mobile website is for your company. […]
Pay-per-click (PPC) campaigns come with a lot of jargon that isn’t always readily understandable. Getting an understanding of this terminology is critical to ensuring that you can get a clear picture of how your PPC campaigns are impacting your business. In this article I will review the key terminology you may see when viewing PPC reports or other information related to PPC campaigns. […]