Digital marketing is not just for online businesses. Brick and mortar locations can also use the power of digital marketing to drive new business. Consumers today use the internet for more than just online shopping. In fact, most consumers will.
Recently one of our clients asked about the difference between mentions (@) and hashtags (#) on Twitter. I left the conversation thinking about how they are used and misused, and how they can be added to tweets more effectively. I also realized.
It’s amazing how much has changed in the last twelve months with social media and at the same time how much is still the same. Soccer and politics still fill my newsfeed these days. It’s hard to hop on Facebook to promote the latest blog article.
When I graduated from college my dad took me car shopping. As we went through the Consumer Reports checklist of safest and most reliable cars, the salesman came around and jumped into a pitch about how the car I was sitting in was one of the.
So you’ve decided that it’s time to utilize social media to get the name of your business out there. Sure, people have already been doing this for over ten years, but starting now is better than not starting at all. First things first, you need.
When you compare your social media statistics to your competition what are you measuring? Do you consider the accounts with the highest number of people following them the most successful? What about the pages with fun images, do those posts.