In case you hadn’t noticed – though I’m guessing you have – consumption of online video has been steadily rising in recent years. According to a forecast by Cisco, video will represent 80% percent of all consumer-based internet traffic by 2019.
Ad copy, product descriptions, email subject lines — and social media. These are a few places in marketing where it’s absolutely vital to nail your short-form copywriting technique. 140 characters goes by in the blink of an eye, yet the best Twitter users consistently post quality content that keeps readers…
It has been nearly seven years since Pinterest launched and became a runaway success. According to Statista, the image-saving site, which describes itself as “the world’s catalog of ideas,” reached 10 million monthly visitors faster than any site in history.
If you’re only going to use one social media site for marketing, the chances are it’s going to be Facebook. The now-ubiquitous social networking site has come a long way since its Harvard University origins and has been open to the public since September 2006.
If you want an effective social media presence, you’re going to want images that fit with News Feeds, timelines and streams. Trouble is, the different channels all use different sizes and shapes for their images, and to keep you on your toes, they occasionally change them too.
With two ‘professionals’ signing up to the site every second, it’s fair to say that LinkedIn is a great place to be if you’re trying to reach the B2B market.
If you’re looking for a fast way to get targeted visitors to your site, Facebook Advertising might be of interest to you. Now, as the name suggests, Facebook Advertising does work on a ‘pay-to-play’ basis.
Earlier this year, Twitter turned 10. The now ubiquitous social network was launched in March 2006 and now has 313 million monthly active users, with 79% of those located outside the US. It is estimated that 500 million people use the site every month and 82% of its users access…
Did you know that over 50 million businesses have pages on Facebook? Marketer-bloggers everywhere have repeatedly referred to this increase as “noise” on social media, and they have discussed how critical it is to “cut through the noise” and reach your target audience.