Snapchat is one of the hottest new social platforms, with many marketers looking to tap into the apps hold on the Millennial audience. But how do you actually use it? Deanna Zaucha offers a quick guide.
Because the holidays are a time for gift-giving and thinking about others, it would also be a nice gesture for your company to do something charitable to end the year. The company can make a donation to an organization, and maybe match donations from customers, or at least let them know how much you’re contributing and make it easy for them to donate as well. For example, detergent company Dawn could make a generous donation of their product to a wildlife group, since they have a history of helping these organizations use the soap to clean animals affected by oil spills. Corporate giving also brings awareness to the organizations that they support.
The goal for smart digital marketers should be to build a platform that helps you achieve defined and measurable business and marketing goals in the most efficient way and with the highest ROI possible - discoverability plays a big part in that process.
If you’re a small business owner and looking for some easy new ways to promote your company-- media marketing is the way to go! Whether it’s Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, your audience is on social media and you should be too. Setting up your accounts and maintaining them can seem like an intimidating task at first, but with these 6 tips you’ll be a master in no time.
Social media sites are where consumers are investing more and more time and energy, which is also the reason that they’re one of the most profitable mediums for advertising. SalesForce has put together an infographic which outlines some of the reasons why social media is taking up a leading role in modern marketing tactics.
Creating and developing a website is important for any business. Along with having a website, you need to expand your online outreach to social media platforms. Social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook are essential for maintaining a competitive edge. Companies that do not have active social media accounts risk missing out on numerous marketing opportunities.
Toys“R”Us is one of the biggest and most recognizable toy retailers in the world – even reading the name or seeing the logo inspires excitement in the hearts of kids and adults alike. But given the ever-evolving attentions of their target market, Toys“R”Us has to move quickly to keep with trends. As such, the company’s made social media a key element of their marketing and outreach efforts to ensure they’re meeting their audience where they interact, utilizing a range of fresh, engaging content.
After two kids and six years of “just running,” Sally Bergesen was ready to run competitively once more. But, a quick trip to the store to gear up ended in disappointment: Everything was either too poofy, too baggy, too high-waisted, or completely wrong in the color department. Frustrated with the lack of quality (and cute) running gear available to women, Sally created Oiselle.
There's always room to make your social media marketing strategy more human, and that's exactly what you'll need to to to reach a group of Millennials on the verge of quitting this holiday season - here are a few ways you can do just that.
When a company rebrands, the ramifications are felt throughout the enterprise. Six months after the relaunch of the 3M brand, Carlos Abler, Content Marketing Strategy Leader, and Christian Plewacki, Social Media Strategist, discussed the changes they’re leading at 3M subsequent to the global giant’...