Let’s face it: the way people are using and interacting with Facebook is shifting. The same can be said for businesses, too.
There are over 3.8 billion social media users across the globe. As you can probably imagine, that’s a major reason why businesses want to be active on social, too. Businesses use social media to market, sell, and provide support to their target audience and customers as well as learn about and bond with them. The … Read more
When marketers like us create landing pages, write email copy, or design call-to-action buttons, it can be tempting to use our intuition to predict what will make people click and convert.
Companies are taking note of inbound marketing and revamping their strategy and talent pool to generate higher quality leads at about a 60% lower cost per lead than outbound marketing . Want to know how you can transform your marketing department to become an inbound lead generating machine helping your sales team KILL it and grow your business?
Do you take a good, hard look at your team’s marketing strategy every year?
You should. An annual marketing plan helps you set your marketing on the right course to make your company’s business goals a reality. Think of it as a high-level plan that guides the direction of your team’s campaigns, goals, and growth.
When I think of automation, my first thought is that judgment day from “The Terminator” is upon us.
However, conspiracy theories aside, automation can actually help marketers grow better and do their jobs more efficiently.
According to Hootsuite, Twitter has 145 million monetizable daily active users, and that number is growing. This and the open nature of the ecosystem makes it a great platform to put content in front of your ideal customers. At the same time, the Twitterverse is fast-paced. In fact, Moz estimates that the average lifespan of … Read more
It’s a brand new month, everyone! It’s a time for new beginnings. New campaigns, new landing pages, new blog posts, new emails, and new social media posts are all on the horizon.
But wait … aren’t we forgetting something? With last month’s activities all done, we need to pause for a second to examine what worked and what didn’t. And you can’t do that just by saying last month’s activities were “great” … “great” doesn’t pay the bills.