Visual content like infographics, image-rich social media posts, and even videos can boost your brand to amazing heights. Just look at Dollar Shave Club’s famous video or MailChimp’s Resource Section if you don’t believe me.
If you’re doing any type of content marketing, then you know how difficult it is to consistently produce great content. I’ve faced this issue many times myself.
Newbies in the digital marketing space are usually surprised when I tell them this: Email marketing is the most effective form of marketing available today.
If you’re managing a small business, odds are, you’re going it alone. I don’t mean you’re isolated or cut off. That isn’t a dig at your interpersonal skills. What I mean is, you’re probably a one-person marketing department. After all, that’s why you’re here: to hone your chops.
How do you get your tweets to take off? How do you cause a retweet storm? Well the first thing you have to do is present content that is either:
Earlier this year, Twitter turned 10. The now ubiquitous social network was launched in March 2006 and now has 313 million monthly active users, with 79% of those located outside the US. It is estimated that 500 million people use the site every month and 82% of its users access…
While the stats and analytics data involved in conversion rate optimization (CRO) clearly shows it’s a scientific and objective process, the system of turning visitors into actual buyers is also an art.
Let’s face it: video marketing is getting harder. And social media platforms like Facebook are making it even more complex. From evergreen content to “disappearing” videos, there’s a lot of content out there and you need to cut through the noise.
Every year it feels like TV and radio stations, retailers and other businesses start the “holiday season” talk earlier and earlier. Some people complain. Some people love it. I’m usually thinking about other things — like how to stay sane.