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When applied to social media marketing, this rule of thumb implies 20% of your posts should be promotional, while 80% should be interesting, non-promotional, curated content. Why? We'll tell you!
Driving traffic to your website is no joke! It can mean all the difference in brand legitimacy, quality leads and overall sales! By hiring a professional, you’ll find your way to a strategy that works best for your business and stretches your dollar.
Social media marketing should never be compared to advertising, as they are two very different things. Social media opens new doors and builds a community for maintaining relationships. Advertising calls attention to the public in a very generic manner to promote products and services.
On Monday we scratched the surface on social media followers and “Black hat” techniques to increase your numbers. Cheating the system to grow as quickly as possible in an inorganic manner is unethical and reflects poorly on your business. Today, we go over how to identify Black hat social media.
Success looks different for every company. It’s important to understand that social media is primarily for opening doors to new relationships. New relationships turn to into engagement. Engagement results in trust. And trust turns into sales.
A web domain and a web host are often confused to be the same thing. We can certainly understand the confusion when you’re not professionals in the web industry! For us, we want to cut the jargon and give you information the “everyday Joe” can wrap their head around.
Micromarketing is a strategy focused on a narrowed down, targeted group of people. When honing in on a specific group of people like this, your marketing investment goes towards an audience most likely interested in what you’re offering.
There are still simple and effective ways to advertise your products for the holiday season. While you might not have the idea insights for a more optimized campaign, there’s still reason to try your hardest!