Most businesses are able to pay-per-post when working with influencers, and we recommend that as the right route, if you can swing it. If you can’t, here are some key discoveries that worked for me.
With over 100 million hours of video watched on Facebook every day, you’d be doing yourself a disservice by not taking advantage. Facebook’s business tools have made it easy to target your videos in a way that best connects with your core audience’s viewing habits.
Developing a mobile application from scratch takes time, research, and a lot of hard work if you want the results to be effective and benefit your business.
If a Game of Thrones character became a Westerosi copywriter, which of today’s brands would use their skills to full capacity?
User generated content (often abbreviated to UGC) is promotional brand content created and shared by users, fans, and brand advocates. As opposed to influencer marketing, UGC is unpaid and usually created by average, everyday consumers.
In May 2017, Facebook announced they had reached 1.9 billion monthly users, so it’s very likely that your target audience is on the site and checks their newsfeed regularly. By not targeting your audience on Facebook, you are missing out on a fantastic opportunity to market your business.
SEO has become one of the most widely talked about and highly sought after skillsets in the digital sphere. But with all the chatter, comes a lot of information—sometimes right, sometimes wrong—that inevitably gets passed around.
Allocating marketing budgets is an eternal struggle for brands and marketing professionals. The number of ways to spend your money are seemingly endless, and the stakes are high.
Not sure where to start with social media for your small business? Don’t fret, here is a simple breakdown of the most popular platforms and how your small business can maximize your approach.