Some brands have taken their traditional customer care approach to successfully adapt it to social media.
In this Infographic, Social Bakers shares the results of its last survey so we can see what these companies have in common.
I’m going to take a huge leap of faith here and suggest that people who click your bio link from social media platforms are more valuable than your average visitor.
Crazy notion right?
I like something you say in the busiest information exchange known to man & decide to investigate and learn more about you and you have to offer.
So please, please tell me, why aren’t most of us send these genuinely curious visitors to where traffic goes to die – the homepage?
Facebook recently rolled out a new feature that allows users to attach a photo when they’re commenting on a status update. Now, instead of just telling, users can show how they’re feeling using a quick snapshot. This update is significant for the way it changes interactions with friends and fans on a particular post. It also begs the question, how can businesses take advantage of this new feature?
When it comes to social media, it seems like Google Plus falls a little behind… or at least that’s what some believe.
In reality, according to a study made by the Global Web Index it turns out that Google Plus is actually the second largest social network with over 359 million monthly active users.
But if that’s true, why are so many marketers and bloggers hesitant about giving Google Plus a try? Why are there so many rumors about Google’s network being a ghost town?
Whenever you talk about Content Marketing, you have to start by considering two main obstacles:
With that in mind, you’ll understand that…
Your mission is to cut through the noise to get the attention of your audience [Tweet this]
At the end of the day, Social Media Marketing means absolutely nothing if it doesn’t affect commerce.
This infographic from Fedelta starts with the presentation of the always impressive stats for social networks usage. You know, 100k Tweets are sent every minute, there are 152 million blogs online, 3 billion hours of YouTube are watched every month, etc. But lets get passed that and look at the more interesting data, where updates and videos and all that other stuff actually affects the sales department.
This is a guest post by Stacy Carter.
If there is one aspect of your online marketing efforts that could help increase your conversion, it is the email marketing campaign.
While this may be a traditional way of marketing your business to your prospect clients, email marketing still remains as one of the most reliable marketing strategy that you can do, provided you do it right.