B2B buying decisions are often complex and involve several different team members. It is through their connected experience that social media plays its role in the buying journey.
UX is an ever-evolving field of design. By adopting UX fundamentals, companies can keep up with the times and learn how to best deal with users’ pain points and design solutions for them. Helping them attract and retain customers.
Having a strong and professional brand presence on social media helps sales teams reduce the amount of time they spend looking for leads.
“The power of stories to create connections between people and ideas, to convey history and values is something world leaders have been doing for a long time to motivate people to take a certain action.”
Running a successful festive season campaign doesn’t happen by chance, there are several things that can be done to maximise sales, boost brand engagement, raise awareness, and achieve specific business goals.
The simple hashtag or pound symbol has been a part of the social media lexicon for long enough that we all know what it is. But not everyone understands why exactly it gets used and that using them correctly can skyrocket your brand’s social media awareness and engagement.
Copywriting is one of, if not the, most important element in marketing. It’s the tool you turn to when you want to get an audience to take action! Effective copywriting informs, creates awareness, and persuades a reader to do something.
Every customer has pain points (or problems) they are experiencing and would like to solve, in some cases, they aren’t even aware of any problems that need solving.
A portfolio is more than just a collection of your work. For creatives and non-creatives alike, a portfolio is a calling card to the outside world. It’s a way for you to showcase your abilities while sharing your story.
Viral content: The gold standard for successful digital marketing – at least, according to marketing clients. And, probably the bane of every digital marketer’s existence, who’s had to manage expectations of viral content being a norm rather than the exception.
In today’s fast-paced digital era, the old saying; time is money has never rung truer. The average B2B buyer has no time for the one-size-fits-all sales pitches of the pre-technology days, or to sift through a minefield of information to find what they need.
Surely you’ve heard about content calendars, content strategies, content creators, content schedulers, and the list goes on. With all the buzz around social media and digital content, it’s important to take a look behind the curtain to see what goes into making great content.
Considering the speed at which our online world changes, it seems like we’re all just doing our best to keep up. By the time we figure out that algorithm, or get our social media strategy in order, it seems like we must pivot to the next big thing. Always chasing, never able to take a deep breath and just exist where we are.
As the digital landscape and social media continues to change, it seems like there are always new ways to use it. You may be able to think of a few brands that have an excellent, stand-out social media presence, while others take a more middle-of-the-line approach. And some companies don’t use social media at all.
Awareness is like the sun. When it shines on things, they are transformed. Thich Nhat Hanh Brand awareness is sometimes seen as a marketing buzzword in the world of strategic communication. But what does it really mean? Put simply, it’s the a measurement of consumer consciousness or recognition of a product or company. Within that, […]