Maria Harrison Named Among Top Women in Business by TCI South Florida

April 27, 2018

  Maria Harrison, the President & Founder of Bullseye Strategy, has been named among the 50 top women in business by The Commonwealth Institute South Florida (TCI). Maria is thrilled to be recognized along with her peers as an outstanding business leader and entrepreneur among an extraordinary class of women. The Commonwealth Institute to Honor… Read more »

12/19/17 – Travel Marketing in a Galaxy Not So Far, Far Away…

December 19, 2017

Bullseye Strategy President, Maria Harrison, recently wrote a Star Wars-themed trilogy opinion piece about travel marketing for tnooz. Keep reading for a quick recap of each episode! Episode I brings us along the consumer journey in the luxury travel industry, comparing it to the journey of Luke Skywalker in the original Star Wars trilogy. Maria… Read more »

12/15/17 – SEO and Web Hosting: 7 Questions You Need Answered

December 15, 2017

“You can’t build a great building on a weak foundation. “ Gordon B. Hinckley It’s amazing how often quotes about construction fit marketing too. But if you’re like many, you’re thinking your website (or website code) is the foundation of your online presence. However, there’s a deeper foundation that is now the rock on which… Read more »

3/3/17 – Weekly Digital Marketing News Roundup

March 3, 2017

Facebook opens mid-roll ads to more Live broadcasters, starts non-live test   Last week, Facebook has allowed Pages and Profiles that have reached certain criteria to insert mid-roll video ads into their Facebook Live broadcasts. These ads can only be played after a video has been live for 4 minutes, and then must wait another… Read more »

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9/5/16 – Weekly Digital Marketing News Roundup

September 7, 2016

Is a big Google search update happening? Chatter thinks so.   Search Engine Land and other blogs are reporting that there’s been a Google algorithm update that’s impacting the core ranking algorithm and local pack. Chatter from SEOs indicate that it’s a Penguin algorithm update, which is focused on filtering out spammy websites. Algorithm updates… Read more »

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8/22/16 – Weekly Digital Marketing News Roundup

August 24, 2016

Twitter fights abuse by making it easier to hide abuse   Twitter has updated its interface to try to tackle harassment concerns on the platform. Some of the changes include limiting notifications to people you follow on Twitter as well as a quality filter open to all users.   Learn more   With ‘The Voice… Read more »

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8/8/16 – Weekly Digital Marketing News Roundup

August 10, 2016

New Twitter ads let brands bait fans into tweeting   In an ongoing effort to up its advertising game, Twitter has released new ad units which Twitter claims are getting better engagement. These new ad units unlock pieces of content when users reply or retweet them. By luring users with exclusive brand content, some beta… Read more »

Social Media Roundup

8/2/16 – Weekly Digital Marketing News Roundup

August 4, 2016

Much-needed Filters & Custom Metrics Make Their Way to Twitter Ads Manager Reporting   A new set of tools will allow Twitter Ads Manager users to pick and choose the campaigns & metrics that they’d like to report on. New custom filters and custom metrics will be rolling out over the coming months allowing advertisers… Read more »

7/27/16 – Weekly Digital Marketing News Roundup

July 29, 2016

Google Soon To Provide Ability to Import Call Conversion Data   Call conversion details – once very limited in Google – will be getting a big update. Google has announced that it will allow the importing of call conversion data into AdWords. This opens up more detailed tracking and analysis possibilities, including third party phone… Read more »

Facebook Updates

7/19/16 – Weekly Digital Marketing News Roundup

July 20, 2016

Google My Business Testing Email-Based Verification   For years Google has used a direct-mail postcard based system for verifying businesses, which has often caused issues: lost cards, various people “taking over” listings, and even painful local business Google “lockout” where too many postcards have been sent, so you’re left in limbo verifying your business. Email-based… Read more »