You may have had some peculiar experiences with recent online advertisements. For example, you may have opened an email from Target that spoke to you on a first-name basis. Or, you may be an expecting mother whose Facebook timeline is conveniently packed to the brim with Johnson and Johnson ads. These aren’t just vague, impersonal ads — rather, these ads seem to be speaking to you, just you.
You have to know what you are doing if you want to be successful in network marketing. Many people think it is just sales and advertising, or like the Tupperware or Avon Lady, but that is not even close to what it really is. It is a little bit of both, but also so much more.
First, you have to know and understand what search engine optimization (SEO) is. It is described as the method of using strategy, technique, and tactics to increase the amount of people who visit a website. But, it is more than just that. Once you get readers to your web page, you want to keep them there. Maybe get them to browse some of your pages and interact with polls, surveys, or some other way of interacting with your page. The more they can do on your page, the better.