David McMahon Talks Marketing Technology
How To Voice Search Is Impacting Sales Revenue in 2019

How To Voice Search Is Impacting Sales Revenue in 2019

March 3, 2019

Slides are available on Youtube here How https://youtu.be/c9trim-7QgM

How is voice search affecting sales revenue in 2019? We've all seen and I know that you have used voice search. Voice search is just quite simply when you speak into your telephone and you say «Hey Google» or «Hey Siri, find me a restaurant» - that's a voice search and it has had massive implications in both SEO and how we do business. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Use Co Marketing For Hosting Events and Ebook

How To Use Co Marketing For Hosting Events and Ebook

March 3, 2019

How to use marketing for hosting of events and ebooks? Co-Marketing is two companies or more coming together to share resources and to share the rewards of that job promotion when it comes to events and e-books. Those events cost money. You've got to put some money down the hard then you pay for food whatever it be. And e-books while they're not necessarily cost dollars they do require time to write something of value. And when you start to have an increase in price you also have a requirement to have a high level of trust.

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How To Use Co Marketing Opportunities For Email Marketing

How To Use Co Marketing Opportunities For Email Marketing

March 2, 2019

Email marketing. How can we use this ship, partnership concept with others who we might share a similar audience? And that's what co marketing is all about. Today we're looking at how you can take your existing content or your promotions and share it with a wider audience through the power of email marketing.

Co-Marketing is when two businesses come together with a similar audience to do a promotion together so that they can share the results. When you're sitting down to talk to somebody about doing some sort of Co-Marketing together there's a fundamental question that's going on in the person's mind and that is: «Can I trust you»?

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