If you run a website for your business, your prime concern is to track the website activity including bounce rate, traffic and the source of traffic.
Have you heard about the guy who worked barefoot at his office and always wore a bright orange shirt and glasses? He preferred to sleep in his office instead of going home!
How many times have you found yourself checking your watch to see how many hours are left before you head home from work? Almost every hour! Maybe you’re tired, feeling lethargic, or simply bored.
How many times in the past have you been wowed by a 3D motion ride? Aren’t we all guilty of visiting a theme park and taking multiple rounds on virtual reality (VR) roller coaster rides?
There are many different ways to do marketing, but one particular approach stands out – marketing to a captive audience.
Creative Marketing is not just about promoting your product. There’s more to it – It’s about positioning your brand strategically in the market and compel people to choose it over the competitors.
Like every other person fresh out of college, I also wanted to make quick money. A friend suggested trying freelancing. After a few days of gathering information on how to go about it, I made my first gig on a freelance platform.
Have you ever realized after purchasing a makeup product online that it doesn’t go well with your skin tone? How about furniture that just doesn’t seem right when placed in the room? We all have experienced these issues at least once in our life.
Importance of a Captive Audience There are many...
Personalized and omnichannel marketing strategies are beneficial for business growth on their own. When combined, the two create high converting marketing campaigns.