Let’s start with one simple fact: your business needs a social media presence. It doesn’t matter if you run a small local shop or a big national company. Social media is an essential piece of your business marketing strategy. Social platforms help you connect with your customers, increase awareness about your brand, and boost your leads and sales. With more than three billion people around the world using social media every month, it’s no passing trend. What you might not know is that you’re ready to get your company’s social media off the ground right now. You don’t need to know every intimidating buzzword or have the magic number of followers. You can get started immediately—and even enjoy yourself in the process. Here are six reasons why investing in social media is a wise business move.
Let’s face it: the perception of social media ads has declined recently. One of the scariest stats says that nearly 60% of Americans don’t believe advertising. In fact, they often align ads with “fake news.” So how can your business create entertaining social media ads? And ensure they spark action? To stop users from scrolling past your ads, keep reading!
Smarter advertising is needed … whether you’re managing a multi-million dollar marketing budget or scraping ad campaigns together with pennies. Many of the pricey ads that appear in Times Square or during the Super Bowl get a lot of attention. However, their cost doesn’t determine their success. By thinking creatively & taking advantage of advancing technology, smaller brands on limited budgets can enjoy the same positive results as bigger players. Get inspired by smaller brand strategies below, and see how their ads compare to recent big-budget favorites.
You need to get to know the new digital advertising rules NOW. Consumer buying habits are changing dramatically. Companies that focus on traditional advertising efforts need to shift their focus to the digital sphere. Today, the most successful ad campaigns are rooted in digital marketing. Here’s what you need to know.
Would it be too cheeky, too cliché, if I said that marketing clichés are a dime a dozen? Probably. But the fact is, marketing clichés are SO overused that — if you take away brand assets like logo, color, etc. — you’d be hard pressed to know what company is giving you that same tired line of, “we take X to the next level!” Ugh. Here are 24 of the most-used marketing clichés, and what to say instead.