Monday, December 29, 2014

Featured Report:How to Dominate Social Media in the New Year


Site Pro News

How to Dominate Social Media in the New Year
Dec,29,2014
by: Tina Courtney-Brown
If you run an online business, chances are social media plays a big part in your marketing efforts. With millions logging on to various social networks every day, sites like Facebook and Twitter have become the NBCs and CBSs of today. As a marketer, you want to go where the people are, and people are flocking to social networks. This means you should be too.Yet monetizing social media as a viable marketing stream has been nightmarish for many. It’s deceptively easy to spend countless hours  sending out tweets and status updates, only to find your company is still barely holding on by a thread. Social media takes careful planning, competitive strategic thinking, and more than a little creativity. It also requires that you stay on the pulse of platforms and trends. Read More


Entrepreneur.com

4 Tips for Great Content Marketing
Dec,26,2014
by:TOM MASOTTO 
Content marketing is a vital component of any B2B marketing strategy. Savvy marketers devote time and money to developing various types of content, including white papers, webinars, tweets and blogs, which appeal to and engage their audiences. But are marketers getting the most out of their content? Not all content is created equal, so it’s up to you to determine what will deliver the most ROI. And, while each piece serves as a way to engage with a potential lead, content ROI is maximized when it is used at the optimal stage of the buyer’s journey. White papers, for example, support sales in that they provide helpful and in-depth information on a product or service to a prospect conducting initial research. They are often gated, requiring that prospects enter their name and contact information in order to access the material. This helps move prospects down the sales funnel and allows marketers to capture information they can ultimately pass on to their sales departments. Read More





Socially Stacked

5 Important Lessons: How Social Media is Like a Garden
Dec,26,2014
by: Jim Belosic 
The analogy around our office at the moment is that social media is like a garden: If you start out with a plan, tend to it, use the right tools, and periodically clear out the junk, your business will have a thriving social media presence; if you don’t, your social media efforts will wither and die—just like an untended garden. Studies back up the notion that a well-tended social media program yields great rewards, and that there’s a direct correlation between the amount of time spent on social media marketing and the benefits reaped. Here are a few stats from Social Media Examiner’s annual Social Media Marketing Industry survey (PDF) of some 3,000 marketers Read More 

Mashable

7 things people hate about your website
Dec,26,2014
by: Tom Wentworth
When you're browsing the web — whether online shopping or information-gathering — what's the one thing that drives you crazy about the sites you visit? Chances are, it's something that interrupts your user experience.Anything from a site that takes to long to load to an ill-placed advertisement can leave a sour taste in your mouth. Here's a list of the seven things people hate most about a bad website. Read More 
  







Web Docs Network


Do you Know What Telehealth Can Do For You?

The Affordable Care Act know as Obamacare is here and there will be many changes on how you can get healthcare. One of those changes will be how you will get healthcare from your doctor. Now you can go online for a doctor's and get everything from a diagnosis to  your medication all without leaving your home. It's call tele-medicine but is it as good as an in person visit?  The answer is Yes!! Studies done by iHealthbeat in 2012 70% of patients received the same or better healthcare online as they did with an in person visit. But the surprising fact about this report is cost. The average cost of an in person doctor's visit range from $75.00 to $195.00 per visit. While an online visit cost $35.00 to $50.00 per visit. 



That being said I want to introduce you to WebDocs Network. At Web Docs Network we have a group of top Doctors that can see you 24/7 365 days a year. Where you can get a diagnosis  from our doctors that can be used anywhere even with your primary care doctor or your insurance company all it the cost of less that $35.00 a visit Only $19.95 per month . So if you want to lower your healthcare cost for you and your family visit our website at www.healthcareonline247.com and see how much Web Docs Network can save you.