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How you can make money promoting 2 best funnel builder platforms Builderall and Clickfunnels

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7 ways to improve your marketing strategy in 2019

Is your marketing strategy helping you accomplish your goals? Read this article to learn how you can get better results in your business.

If your marketing strategy isn’t helping you reach your current goals for your online business than I’m sure there are a couple of things you could change to improve it.

Step 1 : Identify Your Unmet Goals

The first step is to review your current marketing and business plan and figure out what you still haven’t accomplished as you planed before.

At the very beginning you need to set up your main goal and create marketing strategy how you are going to achieve it.

#2: Update Your Market Research

The answers to marketing difficulties are nearly always found in the numbers, the data.

If it has been a while since you conducted any serious market research, it’s time to retest those waters and see what’s new.

You should ALWAYS be gathering two sets of information about the people in your target audience.

#3: Take a Sneak Peek at Your Competitors’ Marketing  

Just check out your competitors’ marketing strategies for cool ideas!

#4: Find Out Where Your Target Audience Is

Now it is time to start thinking about where to focus your marketing efforts to reach your target audience. For example, if your customers are mostly women and you have an aspirational product, then your marketing budget will be well spent on Pinterest…

#5: Revamp Your Marketing Plan

Now You should be planning:

  1. Which short-term and long-term goals are most important to you?
  2. How much money are you prepared to spend to achieve them?
  3. What methods will you use to reach your goals (content marketing, email marketing, retargeting, etc.)?
  4. Which platforms do you want to use (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Google, Bing, etc.)?
  5. How you will track your results and measure your goals?
  6. What are your KPI?
  7. What kind of content you will create?

In other words, this should be a complete, soup-to-nuts plan of how you will achieve your goals.

#6:AUTOMATION IS A MUST – Automate as Much as Possible

Marketing automation can save you a ton of time and money as you work to achieve your goals.

If you try to do everything yourself, you may wind up missing deadlines or failing to keep up with your intentions.

I’m a big believer in email automation for marketing.

#7: Test Everything (and I Do Mean Everything)

The final step is not to assume that your new marketing plan is perfect. Even seasoned marketers make mistakes. They guess wrong and need to course correct.

And there they are…

Marketing isn’t an exact science, but doing these 7 things can help you realign your marketing strategy with your most important business goals – and at the same time, increase your profits and help you attract new customers.

Hate Videos: YouTube Has Done almost Nothing to Prevent Hate Speech from Showing Up

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Despite a claim in 2017 that they would do more to crack down on Hate Speech on their platform, after a massive exodus Hate Videos: YouTube Has Done almost Nothing to Prevent Hate Speech from Showing Up of advertisers, YouTube is still the main source of hate videos worldwide, with almost nothing done to actually prevent them from showing up on their site.

Videos of the shooting in New Zealand kept on showing up yesterday and today, even though a simple keyword addition to their programming would have solved it.

(“Mosque Shooting”)

In fact, their own policy is not to remove most of them, but if they are found, to put them in a “digital purgatory” where you have to “agree” to see the often racist and violent videos.

Their claim is those videos aren’t “monetized” but many of them still drive people, and thus revenue to other videos which are. Why not remove them completely?

In fact, well known hate peddlers including the BraveHeart Show, are still being shown despite articles since 2010 bringing up this little hate channel, where the Pastor is known to burn Korans.

I’ve personally brought up this one channel as an example of their inability to police their own content over and over to YouTuve – and they’ve told me they would look into it, over and over. It’s almost like they are keeping it up to “make a point” that they are okay with hate speech, and just will “take care of it” in their own way.

YouTube has created algorithms for finding stolen music and videos, and has even given special access to the music companies to help flag and take them down. YouTube relies on good relationships with the companies that own TV shows, movies, and music because they SUED them years ago to force them to work with them.

So the site spent a lot of time and money developing a Content ID system. YouTube lets anyone register their content with Content ID and hunt down infringers in fact, but does absolutely nothing similar with hate speech.

Why is that?

While I understand 600,000 hours of new video are added to YouTube each day. However, creating a system which these videos can be flagged by experts and an algorithm that looks for keywords (like Mosque Shooting) isn’t actually that hard.

In fact, The problem cannot be solved by humans and it shouldn’t be solved by humans,” Google’s chief business officer Philipp Schindler told Bloomberg News. They seem to agree.

YouTube has also been the top source for misinformation about mass shootings.

The Guardian newspaper for example found that survivors and the relatives of victims of numerous shootings have been subject to a wide range of online abuse and threats, some tied to popular conspiracy theory ideas featured prominently on YouTube.

As I mentioned on Twitter, quite a few employees of YouTube read my newsletters and read the articles. They are aware of these issues – and I’ve personally spoken and written to them about it for years. They only decided to take action in 2017 after we shamed them, and they seem to be taking the same exact policy decision now.

Part of the reason is people like Candace Owens pushing the theory that removing anti-Jewish and anti-Islam videos is an attack on “conservative speech.” They’ve started to consider this far-right wing ideology “mainstream” because of the pushback by some talking heads that everyone has a right to spew their hatred.

YouTube and google have a responsibility to it’s advertisers that this doesn’t continue – even though likely it will.

They’ve shown a lack of being proactive and have only ever adjusted when they are caught lying or exposed.

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