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how to choose the best social media channels for your business

How to Choose the Best Social Media Channels for Your Business

In today’s frantic online world, a social media presence is a necessary tool for every business that wants to remain relevant and continue to grow going forward. Having at least one social media account gives your business legitimacy, as oftentimes consumers will search their socials to see which business looks the best.  When you realize

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How to Run a Successful Email Marketing Campaign

Email marketing continues to be one of the best forms of marketing. You may think that social media marketing has taken over, and while it’s growth is evident, email continues to perform well, likely in large part to the fact that over 50% of adults use email worldwide (Radicati). This percentage grows to roughly 85%

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How to Generate Online Leads for Mortgage Brokers

How to Generate Online Leads for Mortgage Brokers

Generating leads is, by and large, one of the most important aspects of being a mortgage broker. Yet, as every mortgage broker very well knows, generating online leads can become both time-consuming and expensive. In an article from mortgagebrokernews.ca (powered by Canadian Mortgage Professional magazine), one broker is quoted saying he more than doubled his business after spending $500,000 in marketing.

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How to Run a Successful Online Contest

Are you interested in running a contest online? Online contests are a great way to grow a businesses’ engagement, and the awesome part is, the cost can be whatever you want. With the growing popularity of Instagram contests within businesses, the importance of knowing how to take advantage of this tool for your company could Continue reading
DIY vs Pro Web Design | NewfoundMarketing.ca

Should You DIY Your Website or Hire a Pro?

The design and development of a website is a big business decision. It can be a large cost and time commitment so it’s understandable why free website builders like Wix and Squarespace have become popular. But are they the best decision?

Free drag and drop builders. Templates. Freelance designers. Professional web design companies. Which is the right approach? Should you DIY it or go pro?

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