Stephen Moyers

Stephen Moyers is an online marketer, designer and avid tech-savvy blogger. He is associated with Los Angeles based SPINX Digital Agency which provides a range of digital services like web design & development, digital marketing and more. He loves to write about web design, online marketing, entrepreneurship and much more.

BLOG | Content Marketing

Why It’s Easier To Market To A Niche Audience

Niche marketing – also known as micromarketing – is the springboard of choice for digital marketing beginners. It’s cheaper to start, offers less competition, is a good place to build customer rapport, and gives you plenty of time to generate content. What Is Niche Marketing? It’s possible you’ve heard this term before. Niche marketing can …

BLOG | Digital Marketing

Guerilla Marketing: A Primer For The New Business Owner

Guerilla marketing shares a name with this type of warfare for a reason. Surprise ambushes are a tried-and-true tactic for grabbing attention and leaving an impression. Guerilla marketing is an unconventional and low-cost marketing technique that maximizes a product’s exposure and minimizes a company’s risk. A bare-bones budget doesn’t have to mean a subpar marketing …

BLOG | Social Media Marketing

12 Tips for Running a Fantastic Social Media Contest

Contests through social media are an incredible way to boost enthusiasm from followers while increasing the numbers of followers you have. When businesses use contests like these, they usually see a large increase in email subscribers, likes, and views. Plus, contests are fun, and customers tend to appreciate them – it’s a win-win. 1. Considerations …

BLOG | Content Marketing

12 Tips For Better User-Generated Content Campaigns

The best 12 tips for creating or improving your user-generated content campaigns. Many individuals innately distrust corporations. After all, the point of any business is to make money. Sometimes companies are fair, or even more than fair, in their prices and operations—but they can be greedy. Therefore, people always put more stock in what other …

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