Tag: social media
Do you know that 84% of C-level/vice president executives use social media to support purchase decisions?
By now, many of you would have read about Facebook’s impending changes to the News Feed algorithm.
Announced by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg himself, this latest move by the social media behemoth sent shock waves around the world. It also forced many social media marketers to rethink their strategies.
Traditional retail is dying. And the prognosis is dire for small independent fashion boutiques.
Faced with global competition from e-commerce giants like Alibaba as well as numerous blogshops, traditional fashion retailers find it a struggle to stay afloat.
Facebook is the biggest social media channel in town. However, Instagram is catching up, and new platforms are attempting to rise and take some of the limelight, like Snapchat and newcomer Gab.ai.
For now, however, Facebook remains a firm favorite. However, that doesn’t mean it’s all plain sailing for businesses looking to draw in traffic and sales.
Older than Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or YouTube, blogging is the grand daddy of social media marketing.
Focused primarily on writing long-form articles, maintaining a blogs isn’t as sexy as shooting video-based “snaps”, live streaming, or posting Instagram photos.
Do you know that your customers may spend 3 to 20 percent more if you respond to their queries? Or that 42 percent of customers who complain on social media expect a response within an hour?
With consumers spending hours each day on social media, you need to ensure that your customer care strategy is primed for social channels.
The best thing about social media marketing is that it blends the art of creativity with the science of data.
Wish to know what’s the worst thing about social media marketing? Yep, that it blends the art of creativity with the science of data!
Personal branding is often misunderstood by many.
Some consider personal branding an egoistic exercise in self-aggrandizement. Others feel that personal branding is just social media snake oil – an elixir which so-called “experts” and “gurus” try to foist on the naive.
Courtesy of Buzzfeed
By now, you would probably have read, viewed or heard about the newest word coined by US President Donald Trump.
Happening just after midnight, the leader of the free world did what he normally did in the wee hours of the morning.
Courtesy of The Liquid Agency
Your customers are no longer responding to your efforts. And that’s freaking you out.
In the past, customers are known as “consumers”. They are considered “segments” to be “targeted” through a military-like process of “strategic” marketing.
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