Instagram was founded ten years ago and has grown rapidly ever since. In 2019, it’s user base grew by 6.7%. This has made it a valuable platform for many brands, both organically and through paid content. So, should you be advertising on Instagram? Well, good news! You probably already are! Because Instagram is owned by
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Any business with a website (which should be all businesses) wants to drive traffic to that site. That is their online home base, with lists of products or services, contact information, and purchasing options. And what better way to drive traffic than a traffic-focused ad campaign? Users come to Pinterest to find inspiration, like ideas
We’ve all seen ads while scrolling through our social media feeds. While you’re making your way through your Facebook or Twitter feed, liking and commenting on all your friends’ cute pictures of their dogs and sharing articles and photos, you’re also seeing ads. You know it’s an ad, but it’s not as invasive as some other
Surprisingly, about half of all companies do not have a clearly defined digital marketing strategy set in place. Why is this? We know that digital marketing can leave you feeling overwhelmed.
By Savanna Heishman It is no secret that the world we live in today is fueled by social media. Approximately 3.8 billion people all over the world are using social media to stay up to date with the world around them. Luckily for business owners, this is the perfect opportunity to advertise and market your
Stitch Fix built a strong foundation of women as their client base when it began. This led to a demand for maternity wear and petite clothing. Then there was a need for menswear which resulted in the creation of Stitch Fix Men. Then there was a strong demand for plus size clothing options resulting in the creation of Stitch Fix Plus. Finally, we have the addition of children’s clothing to the line.
Pinterest used to be a place for you to find a new recipe, DIY project, or place to visit on vacation; but now Pinterest is a platform for marketers to make an unprecedented impact on their target audiences. While it isn’t top of mind when it comes to social media marketing, like Facebook or Twitter, Pinterest has shown some real results.