Often we see entrepreneurs with amazing online coaching programs and amazing funnels however after year 1 they struggle to grow engagement and scale their audience.
If you are experiencing this it is due to the message you or your agency have put out and the traffic methods you are/are not using. You need traffic, traffic, traffic to scale but you need an incredible message and strategy to grow engagement and advance your ideal customer to buy.Read More
Since Facebook’s inception in 2004 it’s usage has been on the rise and has steadily become the most famous social networking site worldwide (as of September 2017 and ranked on number of active users).*
Facebook’s daily active users were 1.23 billion on average for December 2016, an increase of 18% year on year and eMarketer estimates 31.6 million to be from the UK.**
Therefore we know that the audience is there using Facebook and with an age range of users between 13 to +65 years, of both genders… worldwide, you would be crazy to think that your target market isn’t using Facebook already.
As we know Pay Per Click (PPC) is a great tool for increasing your website traffic quickly and efficiently… but is the traffic that it’s bringing in really working for your business or is it dropping off and leaving your website as quickly as it arrives?
Whether your goal is for people to visit a certain area of your website, complete a specific form or perhaps you have an e-commerce site and want your traffic to convert to sales – whatever your goal, you need to ensure the traffic is converting for your needs.
There are thousands of PPC agencies and specialists in the UK but not all show you the full picture of the return on investment (ROI) of your PPC campaigns. Many of them will report on the traffic they’re bringing into your website but don’t always give you the whole story of how well that traffic is performing and essentially converting.Read More
Adversity United is a new Harrogate based football club for primary school children, geared to help disabled boys and girls play their favourite sport. The brainchild of 16 year old Cameron Osburn has won the support of his school Harrogate Grammar and Arrow Digital is proud to be involved with sponsorship and support with social media.
Cameron’s goal is to help children engage in sport and build confidence before they move up to secondary school. He’s already had a great response and is excited by the prospect of helping to change young people’s lives.Read More