Meet Our Young Padawans!

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Recently, Turn The Page Online Marketing hired three new interns for various positions around the office, and we couldn’t be happier with them. In fact, we love our interns so much, we decided to tell you about them! Read on to learn a little about our three new bestest friends. Read More

Online Retailers Need Facebook Pixel For the Holiday Season

By | Facebook for Business, Facebook Marketing, Holiday Marketing Strategy, Holidays | No Comments

Both brick and mortar and online retailers are beginning their gear up for the holidays. You probably imagine a cartoon toy store manager nervously pulling at his collar with a group of adults shoving and holding money in the air. Not quite. Though, surely that frenzy still exists out in the retailer ethos — Tickle Me Elmo, last year’s Hatchimals, and Turbo Man from the seminal classic Jingle All the Way being obvious examples — a large percentage of consumers order products online. You can get your holiday shopping done in a few hours, while your other half bakes cookies and brings you hot chocolate cough *wine* cough.

So, where is this blog going? Where everything else goes… Facebook. Read More

Write Better Email Subject Lines With These 3 Tips

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The wise and honorable Chinese philosopher Lao Tsu once stated that “the journey of 1,000 miles begins with a single step.” This quotation seems to summarily articulate an axiom of the human condition; great accomplishments start with humble beginnings. Unbeknownst to most, this passage is merely an excerpt of its original entirety. Historically, Lao Tsu’s words have been truncated by authors and university professors in order to create a more generically applicable aphorism relating to the challenges of achieving success. Read More

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Why Your Business Needs to Be Using a Review Generator

By | Business Growth, Business Listing, Customer Reviews, Email, Google, Google My Business, Local Business, local search, Search Engine Optimization, SEO | No Comments

We all know a business doesn’t blossom overnight. Once the signs are up and the staff is hired you can’t just sit around waiting for customers to walk in the door. Your first thought is probably to start advertising but there are a few steps before that. These steps will help you no matter whether you own a small business or franchise, or whether or not you have a marketing team working with you. Read More

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Snapchat Advertising Now Has Ad Tracking!

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A while back, we discussed the burgeoning new way to connect with a whole new set of people to market to — Snapchat users. The idea of using Snapchat to advertise was more a piece of marketing to get followers and develop a continual interest in your business. At the time Snapchat was first available, about five or so years ago, it seemed to only appeal to Gen Y and Z (I use Gen Y because the term Millenial gives this group a bad rep now). Now, we see everyone on there, grandparents snapping to their grandkids, parents snapping their friends and family, etc. Read More

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Protecting Your Brand From Facebook Audience Network

By | Branding, Facebook, Mobile Ads, Online Marketing, Social Media | No Comments

It isn’t always you or your team’s fault when your brand gets bad exposure. No sighs of relief should be breathed yet, though. Facebook (as usual) is to blame. Well, actually it is most display networks, but we are focused on Facebook here. The past year or two, brands started to notice Google was allowing any old brand’s ads to run alongside extremist videos as well as on radical news sites. Read More

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Good Customer Service is Crucial to Your Business

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So, you’ve got the best product in your industry, competitive prices, and (so far) your marketing plan is pulling in a decent stream of new customers. Now it’s time to sit back and watch your company blossom from a few little roots and buds into a firmly held tree, right? Wrong. While these are essential parts that any business needs in order to grow, there is one key element that is being left out — customer service.

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