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How Often Should You Post on Social Media? (A Lot Less Than Hootsuite Is Telling You)

Arik Hanson July 5, 2021 It’s become one of the most prevalent questions in the social media industry. And, to me, also one of the most frustrating. Mostly because of article’s like Hootsuite’s recent post “How Often to Post to Social Media in 2021”. You see, most of these “how often to post” articles always … Continue reading How Often Should You Post on Social Media? (A Lot Less Than Hootsuite Is Telling You)

3 Ideas to Making Social Media Content Approval Processes a Little Less Painful

Arik Hanson May 28, 2021 Ask any social media marketer who works for a larger organization the most painful part of their jobs and almost all of them will respond with the same answer: The content approval process. Most companies turn what should be a relatively easy, simple process into one of the most painful, … Continue reading 3 Ideas to Making Social Media Content Approval Processes a Little Less Painful

How to Drive More Conversions (In Less Time) with Facebook Dynamic Ads

Akvile DeFazio April 26, 2021 Facebook provides advertisers with a wide variety of advertising products. However, few are as efficient at driving sales as dynamic ads, especially if you work in ecommerce. While dynamic ads tend to be more time-consuming to set up as they come with more requirements than a basic Facebook ad, don’t … Continue reading How to Drive More Conversions (In Less Time) with Facebook Dynamic Ads

The Politics Of Shopping: Blue State Consumers Less Likely To Shop In-Store

The Politics Of Shopping: Blue State Consumers Less Likely To Shop In-Store by Ray Schultz , Columnist, December 29, 2020 National brands trying to segment their email lists might look again at one of those tried-and-true variables from direct mail: geography.  A new study by Esquire Advertising found that in-store shopping surged in some states … Continue reading The Politics Of Shopping: Blue State Consumers Less Likely To Shop In-Store