Is it time to evaluate your marketing?

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Apr 23, 2013 by Christian Thomson

We all know that people skip the TV adverts and throw away junk mail, wasting thousands of dollars every month.  But when was the last time you looked at your marketing and advertising efforts?

Are you using the right kind of local and national SEO?
Are you making the most of the billion people that use social media every day?
Does your website drive sales and make money or is it sat on the internet as a static brochure?

Well you won’t be surprised to hear that most small to medium sized business in the Langley and Vancouver area have found themselves in 2013 and still using traditional mediums to promote their product or service.

At best giving everything a shot with online marketing but then finding themselves not having the time to set up, maintain and keep on top of this ever growing platform of marketing. Let alone making sure the ROI is right and that any expenditure from online marketing is making them a tidy profit.

In a recent survey of Langley based companies we found the majority did have a website although many of the websites were not optimized to be viewed on a mobile device such as an iPhone or iPad.

Mobile searches will account for over 80% of all website traffic by the end of 2013!

This is such a crucial statistic for local companies and hence the title of this blog, is it time to evaluate your marketing?

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Online Marketing Langley

As an online marketing company in Langley we can be part of your team and ensure all your opportunities for more customers are taken care of. From Facebook to Flickr, from SEO to PPC. We tailor the best solutions for every single type and size of business in Langley.

If you want to stay ahead in your sector give us a call on 604 614 0174 and let’s chat about the best return on investment in online marketing in Langley.