Tag: social media marketing
Courtesy of We Are Animal
Why do some online stories spread while others eat the proverbial digital dust?
That is the number one question befuddling digital and social media marketers around the world. In a world that is swimming around in content clutter, your old “spray and pray” methods of advertising and promotions are dead.
Do you know legendary Kung Fu megastar Bruce Lee is still rocking it on social media even though he died 43 years ago?
Famed for elevating the status of Asians in action movies, the acclaimed Hong Kong American actor, martial artist and filmmaker is well known for his unique blend of signature martial arts moves and sagely wisdom.
Chriselle Lim and Nordstrom (courtesy of Nordstrom)
Wonder why your social media marketing efforts are not paying off for your brand?
Maybe you should take tuition from that fashionable 20 something student with 100,000 followers on Instagram. Or that “frivolous” YouTuber with his hundreds of thousands of faithful viewers.
Are you keen to use content marketing to generate leads, drive sales and increase brand awareness?
If you do, there is one thing you must do regularly. Maybe even daily.
And that is to write, shoot, draw, edit and produce content.
Measuring the success of your social media marketing efforts can be such a pain.
Likes, comments, shares, views, clicks, CPA, Conversion Rate, CPM… The sheer number of metrics used in digital and social media marketing can be mind boggling.
What can you do to create a winning Facebook advertisement? How can you win the war for attention on the world’s largest social network?
Anybody who has managed a Facebook page before knows that it isn’t easy to succeed in this space.
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One of the most common dilemmas faced by marketers is this:
Should we invest in helping our customers to find us on search engines like Google? Or would our marketing dollars be better spent on social media outreach?
Nobody reads blogs anymore. Many blogs are just egoistic exercises in self-aggrandizement.
Besides, consumers no longer trust these so-called “social media influencers” with their #OOTDs (Outfits Of The Day), selfies, and larger-than-life egos.
Do you know that companies are literally losing billions of dollars each year by pissing off their customers? Or that it costs 6 to 7 times more to acquire a new customer than to keep an existing one?
It always amazes me why companies would rather focus on acquiring new customers through social media than care for existing ones.
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