That was the response I got from Bibi, a “mommy blogger” and an expert in home remedies when I asked her how she would feel if Geniuslink suddenly disappeared.
As the new marketing manager at Geniuslink I had to ask “But why?”.
Following our infographic explaining what an Intelligent Link is (hint: it’s a marketer’s best friend for solving some unique challenges) we wanted to share a bit more about who the players are that provide the smartest URLs in the business.
The following infographic identifies 26 intelligent link management services broken down by the industries they focus on, the problems they can help solve, and their approximate size. We’ll go in depth on each of these breakdowns and provide a short bio of each service.
As an owner of an e-commerce store, you are probably already aware of the importance of using a variety of social channels and other platforms for growing your business. Although getting your website on the air and establishing a presence on social media present the first steps to creating a successful business in an increasingly competitive marketplace, there’s still a lot more to do.
The good news is that digital marketing has evolved enormously in recent years, and there are now more ways than ever before to tap into new markets. Experts estimate that there will be around 1.3 billion online shoppers globally in 2016, but you’ll still need to take the right steps to ensure you can reach your target audience.
SaaS (Software as a Service) companies are everywhere, and they offer all sorts of potential benefits. SaaS provides access to a fully supported and constantly updated piece of software, typically in exchange for a monthly fee. Companies like Hootsuite, Buffer, and SproutSocial offer nifty services to easily manage your social media channels. Services like MOZ offer incredible tools for taking the tediousness out of SEO. The phones in our pockets are loaded with SaaS apps aimed at improving our lives in various ways. We at Geniuslink provide a service helping digital marketers bridge the Purchasing Gap through intelligent links.
Most affiliate marketers in the Amazon ecosystem are familiar with the major Amazon Storefronts
But there are three “other” storefronts that get a whole lot less attention.