Does your business struggle to be noticed on social media? As your competitors take advantage of social media platforms to increase their ever-growing marketing strategies, how can your business stand out on social media? Continue reading this blog to find out…
Online presence is important for almost every business and connecting with customers is essential. Customers can now leave feedback and reviews on your products and services through many platforms and collecting positive reviews is very valuable, especially for small businesses, as they act as genuine testimonials.
Many people view social media a noise and brands screaming their name trying to build a presence. The thought of managing your social media can be daunting for some as there’s simply too much that goes into making a success of it with consistently posting content to the right audience.
The world is changing, and marketing is no different! We know that large companies are developing more and more innovative ways to catch our attention. So when it comes to branding your business, can de-branding be the key?
It is well known that Social Media is deeply ingrained in our day to day lives, but it is also important to understand the core principles of Social Media and by not following them what it could result in.
Year on year consumers do more and more of their holiday shopping online, as 59% of holiday shoppers intend to shop differently this year it is critical that your Social Media is on point. The timing of your Social activities is crucial, and your seasonal marketing plan should be in full swing.
Snapchat is set to shake up its advertising options and provide a whole new raft of possibilities for potential clients. The new series of advert targeting options the popular photo platform is launching are more advanced than its previous offers, suggesting that the company is trying to up the ante to compete in the increasingly competitive social media market.
Have you noticed a rise in people walking around transfixed to their phone screen within the last week, bursting out random cries of “Yes, Pikachu!” or declaring that they’ve “gotta catch ’em all”? It’s got something to do with the latest social media phenomenon to sweep the world: Pokémon Go.
Facebook has finally overrun the use of their photo syncing feature for an application dubbed Moments. Facebook has already circulated the message to its users to promote the new application. The photo syncing feature was available to ipad, iPhone, and Android users. The Moments app to be launched is interesting, as it is set to bring on board competition to […]