Facebook knows a lot of information about us.
It’s a little creepy, right?
Since they’re doing it anyway, we might as well use this data to our advantage. If you’re a small business, your big box competition is already targeting your customers using this information.
It’s time to catch up.
If you’re already dabbling in Facebook advertising, then good! We’re here to help you dive a little deeper into the local demographics and put them into perspective.
First thing’s first:
How Are We Defining “DuBois Area”?
Well, for the purposes of this article we’re using Facebook Audience Insights for the following communities: DuBois, Falls Creek, Sandy Township, Luthersburg, Oklahoma, Penfield, Punxsutawney, Reynoldsville, Rockton, and Sykesville.
[This post has been updated for 2018.]
The relationship between consumers and the web is ever changing.
Advancements in technology now allows people to surf the Internet on more than just their computer. The rise of smartphones and tablets are changing the landscape of web design and what it takes to drive consumers to a merchant’s website.
Responsive Web Design is an approach that ensures a website has optimal viewing and interaction experience across a wide range of devices. This means that no matter the gadget, a website’s navigation elements, including screen-layouts, text, and images, will be fluid.
Still not convinced?
Here are the top 5 reasons you need a responsive designed website for your business:
Craig Inzana is the Director of Digital Sales & Services for Priority Digital Services. His mission is to bring big city marketing to small town and regional businesses.