Search Engines Are Where Your Potential Customers Live

1/3 of US consumers spend three or more hours online every day. Source: The Media Audit, Oct. 2010

The average US Internet user views 2,750 web pages per month. Source: The Nielsen company, Jan. 2011

10.3 Billion Searches are conducted every month on Google. Source: Comscore, Aug. 2010

Search Engine

70% of the links search users click on are organic – not paid. Source: Marketing Sherpa, Feb. 2007

Search engine websites are the most visited websites with 77% of smartphone users citing this, followed by social networking, retail and video sharing websites. Source: Ipsos OTX, an independent market research firm, 2010

Nine out of ten smartphone searches results in an action (purchasing, visiting a business, etc.). Source: Ipsos OTX, an independent market research firm, 2010

Leverage the Mobile Web for New Customers and Increase Employee Productivity

78% of business people use their mobile device to check email. Source: AT&T, March 2011

40% of US smartphone owners compare prices on their mobile device while in-store, shopping for an item. Source: Comscore, Jan. 2011

1 in 5 US adult mobile phone owners have used their device to make a purchase in the past month. Source: Mobile Marketing Association & Luth Research, May 2010


Why Your Business Needs To Get On Facebook NOW

1 out of every 8 minutes online is spent on Facebook. Source: Comscore, Feb. 2011

40% of Facebook’s user base is age 35+. Source: Istrategy Labs, Jan. 2010

64% of Facebook users have become “fans” of at LEAST one company. Source: Exacttarget, 2011


The number of marketers who say Facebook is “critical” or “important” to their business has increased 83% in just 2 years. Source: Hubspot, 2011

51% of Facebook fans are more likely to buy the brands they fan. Source: Chadwick Martin Bailey & Imoderate Research Technologies, Feb. 2010

Welcome to the new “Marketing Juice” blog site

My “Online Digital Marketing Strategy” blog is migrating to tumblr. Why you ask?

  • A better creative platform which also integrates Social Media.
  • Better look and feel than my older first generation blog.
  • Easier to post and more format/template options.

*Tumblr is not that great of platform for SEO, but that’s not why I switched. I switched for Tumblr’s layout, templates, and simplicity; keeps me focused on writing content. I can also post from an admin panel or a browser bookmarklet or the Dashboard from my HTC Inspire Android. I have no time to look and mess around with plugins. I just want to focus on content. The only thing that sucks, thus far, is that Tumblr doesn’t natively import posts from the blogger platform. This will force me to manually add my blogger posts archive to Tumblr one at a time. This should be completed by next year! sheesh.

Please bear with me as I move my entire blog, feedburner, etc., from my old blogger account ( to this new tumblr site.