Catherine vanVonno January 13, 2021 jmexclusives / Pixabay Social media is a new way to reach customers, and every business that has found success with its audience has a solid digital marketing strategy. It also comes with other benefits, including increased visibility, customer and audience engagement, and increased website traffic and ranking. Billions of people … Continue reading Is There Really a “Best Time” to Post on Social Media?
How Media Buying Changed And What Performed Best In 2020 by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, December 24, 2020 Local ad agencies typically work with larger and more sophisticated buyers that historically place their money with brand-building media, such as broadcast TV, radio, and outdoor. In 2020, that changed. At least two-thirds of agencies said … Continue reading How Media Buying Changed And What Performed Best In 2020
Anjan Pathak October 9, 2020 Staying indoors 24/7? Isn’t everyone? With the coronavirus posing a threat to our families and us, the decision to stay at home is by far the wisest one. Understandably, being on house quarantine requires certain forms of activities to do for when we are bored and also when we’re not … Continue reading Social Media: A Weapon of Recreation or Distraction
Larry Kim — October 2, 2019 Follow @larrykim Businesses and brands are constantly competing for attention on social media, and with all the noise and incessant messaging, how can you make your voice heard? You have to find ways to cut through the noise and stand out like a unicorn in a sea of donkeys. … Continue reading 8 Ways Your Business Can Stand Out on Social Media in 2019
The social media marketing week in review: A round up of news and announcements you may have missed. Amy Gesenhues on September 20, 2019 This collection of social media marketing and new hire announcements is a compilation of the past week’s briefs from our daily Marketing Land newsletter. Click here to subscribe and get more … Continue reading Social Shorts: Facebook’s latest Portal devices, 3D Snaps, LinkedIn Skills Assessment tests
Dan Moyle — August 8, 2019 Follow @danmoyle — August 8, 2019 “We don’t use social media. We’re B2B. Social media isn’t for our industry.” Have you said this? Have you heard someone else say it? Sure, maybe it doesn’t seem like your industry has a place on Instagram. But maybe there’s another platform that … Continue reading 5 Reasons Social Media Actually Does Apply to Your Industry
Jared Atchison — February 6, 2019 — February 6, 2019 The 2018 Global Digital report states that there are now more than 3 billion people around the world using social media to connect with others. It’s also a popular way for users to communicate with brands and build a relationship with businesses. There are multiple … Continue reading 3 Tips to Effectively Manage Multiple Social Media Accounts
Kate Rose — June 26, 2018 Follow @rosemcgrory — June 26, 2018 You may have heard in the news this week that Unilever have called out the amount of fraud within the social media industry, and Instagram in particular. Their Chief Marketing and Comms Officer, Keith Weed, has stated that none of their brands will … Continue reading Are We Finally Calling Time on Social Media Fraud?
Two Sides Of The Media Sword by Marilois Snowman , Op-Ed Contributor, April 6, 2018 When I studied journalism in college we held many debates in class and over beers about journalistic integrity. Anyone who has seen “The Post” has a sense of the content integrity dilemma. What is the publisher’s responsibility to readers? To … Continue reading Two Sides Of The Media Sword
Kristen Herhold — March 23, 2018 Follow @kristenherhold — March 23, 2018 More than 70 percent of small businesses use social media, but the technology is not without its challenges. According to The Manifest, the top business social media challenges are: Not enough resources (26 percent) No formal strategy (24 percent) Building followers (24 percent) … Continue reading How to Conquer Social Media Challenges