First impressions count in business, and your website is one of the first chances you get to show visitors what your firm is all about. With technology forever changing, if your website is stuck in the past your potential new prospects may think your business is too.
Google themselves first introduced the concept of EAT and gave SEOs, webmasters and digital marketers everywhere a blueprint for optimising their site and content for years to come.
Email marketing may not be new, but it is often overlooked. Here’s an examination of the benefits of adopting email marketing for your accountancy practice and how to do it well.
I’m always excited at the end of the month because that’s because I get to delve into our clients’ marketing performance data to spot trends and report back. There’s always some spark of insight into what’s happening in the accounting sector and how SMEs are engaging with accountants’ marketing activity.
This month, I decided to take a look back at last year’s performance and see how behaviour has changed during the pandemic.
The following article has been put together based on the webinar discussion between myself [digital marketing manager and SEO specialist at PracticeWeb] and Mike Crook, PracticeWeb’s managing director, who hosted it. The event: ‘Get more leads through search engine optimisation’ took place on AccountingWEB Live:The Business of Marketing webinar in March 2021.
The aim of the webinar was to provide accountancy professionals with a crash course in commercial SEO, along with practical tips to take away to help them grow their organic traffic and get more leads via their firm’s website.
Over the past year browsing habits across the globe have changed. According to a study by Kantar Worldwide, web browsing has increased by 70% and social media engagement has increased by 61% over normal usage rates.
Each month, I dip into the aggregated data to see what’s happened, spot trends and report back on how our clients’ marketing performs. Find out what this month’s analysis highlights for accountants.