Does your online marketing strategy have the following? A website Original content (a blog)? Social media presence If you have all three you’re probably nodding along and smiling at how you’ve checked all the boxes. But what if I told you that wasn’t enough to get your business found online today? It’s time to go beyond the basics with your online marketing strategy — and should you have to be everywhere to do so?
Does your brand personality play it cool, embrace snark and sass, or just keep it real (honest)? Brand positioning is no easy task, but at some point, you’ve got to decide how to tackle tone and voice. This is especially important when using social or two-way conversational platforms online. If you’re not sure how to play it, we’ve got some consumer behavior stats that will help in a BIG WAY!
92% of the online population has used an emoji at least once, and if you’re a marketer, that means you need our emoji tips. While some marketers may view the emoji as slang or unprofessional, brands using Appboy’s services and saw an increase of 777% when using emojis in branded campaigns. If you’re on the fence, do me a favor and read this post all the way through. We’ve got a boatload of examples of great emoji marketing and even more emoji tips. 👍
Online reviews are one of the many reasons social media took off. And now, more than ever, digital reviews of your business will be the difference maker. Here’s why your marketing team should be chasing reviews, and why they’ll dominate smart marketing in 2017.
I was stumped when I first heard the term Influencer Guide. In a bustling cafe in Newark, NJ, my digital friend and cohort Tamara MacDuff and I were meeting IRL (in real life) for the first time. When she called herself an Influencer Guide and explained what that means, I knew I needed to share this knowledge with other marketers and business owners. My interview with Tamara will help you understand why you need to find your own Influencer Guide and how this guide can boost your business dramatically!