Social media, especially Facebook, is a great place to build awareness for your brand. Not only does it put your brand in front of your target audience, but it also gives them a channel to interact directly with your content. With plenty of options for both paid and organic content, Facebook provides lots of tools
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All marketing efforts need to start somewhere, and that is with brand awareness. Found at the top of the sales funnel, brand awareness efforts introduce your business to new people. This step is imperative to getting people interested in your business and what you have to offer. Why brand awareness? The number one thing that
Apple’s latest update, iOS 14.4, is coming out early next year. With that, they have updated their privacy policies to protect Apple users’ data. This includes mandating more transparency from apps on how they use customer data, as well as allowing users to opt-out of sharing their data. For advertisers, especially those advertising on Facebook,
2020 has changed the marketing game forever. And with 2021 around the corner, your brand should stay on top of the upcoming marketing trends. Deloitte published its 2021 Global Marketing Trends Report, which focuses on seven high-level trends all revolving around the idea of realigning your brand’s goals with your customers’ needs. Here is what
Your brand’s social media needs to be full of relevant content. But that can be hard to come up with sometimes. And for the new year, you’ll want something fresh to keep your audience engaged and bring in new customers. Here are a few content ideas to get started on your 2021 social media plans!
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A lot of holiday marketing ideas are suggested with retailers in mind. But that doesn’t mean that non-retail businesses can’t get in on the holiday marketing opportunity. There are plenty of ways your business can get in on the holiday marketing trends too. Here are a few suggestions to get you started. Send Out Branded
During the holiday season, you’ll want to stay relevant and on theme with holiday graphics. Whether it’s for ads, organic content, or branded holiday cards, you want your images to bring tidings of comfort and joy. Here are a few tips to help you get started. Use Holiday colors An easy way to tell your
Now that the holiday shopping season is upon us, everyone is looking to put out their best marketing campaigns. Since Facebook is one of the top digital advertising platforms, it is probably a good idea to optimize your ads there. And Facebook is here to help, publishing its 2020 Holiday Insights. This super helpful guide
The 2020 holiday season started earlier than ever this year, with holiday-related searches on Pinterest starting in April this year. So now is the time to get your holiday marketing campaigns going. But don’t worry, Pinterest published their Holiday Hub with all the details on how to create top-notch holiday campaigns. And we’ve got the