When it comes to Facebook marketing, big changes are in the air. Facebook’s Clear History will have a direct impact on marketers; this future addition to the platform will have an effect that will be felt by advertisers. We want to help our digital marketing friends with some helpful information regarding the effects on your campaign strategy. Managers and marketing executives might also be interested in this change to Facebook. Continue reading “Social Media Marketers: Impacts of Facebook’s Clear History”
Listen before you speak. This phrase is something you heard when you were younger. Back then, it may not have made much sense but as you got older, this phrase has probably come to mind more than once, particularly after you’ve said something that came out the wrong way.Continue reading “What is Social Listening and Why it is Important?”
From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader. Here, our Project Manager, Irina Boudreau, discusses the recent article by Annie Crowford at Adobe, “What You Need to Know About Social Media in 2018″.
In this article, the author gets to the nitty-gritty of social media content with the help of three experts: Sue Zimmerman on Instagram, Mari Smith on Facebook and Peg Fitzpatckir on Pinterest. While the article was written last year, the points made here are very much relevant and applicable in 2019.
The path to success on social platforms starts with rich visual content and engaged consumers. Social media is all about connections. You must focus on genuine conversation and shares if you want to keep your posts from being buried in the feeds. But your highest ROI will come from purposeful engagement. So how do you engage with your followers?Continue reading “Blog Abstract: How To Rock Social Media”
From the vantage point of mid-year 2019, we look at the last few years and realize that long gone are the days where social media was a small contributor to marketing success, and boy has everything else digital changed as well. These days, an effectively executed marketing campaign is very likely to be include paid and organic social and a plethora of other paid and organic tactics designed to not only increase exposure and build brand awareness but that also increase sales of your products and services. However, even the most agile marketers need to stay on top of the latest digital marketing trends 2019 to create successful campaigns, mainly because most tactics are rapidly evolving, but also because new tactics burst seemingly out of nowhere. At it is definitely true in social media marketing that the prize goes to the agile companies that are fleet-footed enough to stay steps ahead of their competitors. Continue reading “Top Social Marketing Trends Q3 & Q4 2019”
From time to time, team members will share their views stimulated by content from an industry thought leader or news article. Here, our Project Manager, Irina Boudreau, discusses the recent e-commerce developments on the ever-popular Instagram social platform. The original article, “Instagram unveils curated @shop account to showcase online merchants”, was written by Rober Williams for RetailDive.
Over the past year, Instagram has taken several steps toward becoming a driving e-commerce market place. The Explore tab now has a dedicated shopping channel; the Collection tab allows users to save products from Stories, posts, and videos. There’s a Shop tab on business pages which showcase a brand’s merchandise. It’s most recent addition is the @shop account which uses curated shopping content to highlight the emerging brands. Continue reading “[Blog Abstract] Instagram Keeps Making Strides Toward Becoming a Prominent E-Comm Platform”
The savvy marketers, managers and marketing executives at mid-size companies have already started looking into new digital marketing innovations that can help improve performance this year. In 2019, now more than ever before, your approach to social media marketing can make or break the business almost immediately and have a residual impact on earnings for the foreseeable future.
Social Media 2019 Predictions
- Continued Focus on Privacy and Transparency
The main catalyst impacting social media in 2019 may stem from the privacy and transparency issues associated with the Russian hack of the 2016 elections. The 2018 Edelman Trust Barometer report found that 60 percent of the consumers worldwide no longer trust social media companies. This underlying fact effects how social media companies and marketers will advertise to consumers in 2019.
2. Continued Emphasis on Brand Safety
Companies should continue to prioritize brand safety and avoid any association with content that conflicts with their … Continue reading