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4 Ways To Boost Ecommerce Lead Generation Using Content

By: Amos Onwukwe January 13, 2018

Lead generation, nurturing, conversion and retention are key to business survival and growth. Hence, how to get more leads is a leading concern facing 63% of marketers today. This is […]

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Facebook Ads: Why, How, Best Practices, And a Bonus Pro Tip!

By: David Jaiosn December 13, 2017

Facebook has pervaded our lives. Every generation across the world is glued to their screens and Facebook is to blame! At last count, Facebook had a whopping 2.07 billion monthly […]

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Confessions of a Digital Marketing Company Part 1: S*@t Happens!

By: Ruchi Pardal November 09, 2017

It happens! Yes, we are talking about negative (or even nasty) reviews. Even the world’s best known brands like Apple, Amazon, and Google, deal with unhappy customers and reviews every […]

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6 Digital Marketing TED Talks You Need to See Today

By: Sameer Panjwani October 16, 2017

From its birth in 1984 to its current incarnation, TED Talks have come a long, long way. During its more than three decades’ journey, if there’s one singular thing that […]

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Twitter Doubles Its Character Limit to 280- Yay or Nay?

By: Disha Pandey September 28, 2017

Twitter announced more characters to express yourself, and the world is divided in half. Just when we figured out and settled with the old limit of 140 characters, Twitter doubled […]

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Google Mobile-First Indexing- Will it Sway Your ROI?

By: Abhyudaya Tripathi September 15, 2017

Google’s mobile-first indexing is yet to roll out completely. I am getting asked by my respective clients– “Will the Google’s Mobile-first indexing sway the ROI?” The question is legitimate. Google […]

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