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Tips To Help Your Brand Navigate Through Social Media This Year

  The ever-morphing social media landscape requires daily attention from modern marketers to stay current on the beating pulse of culture, shifting platform functionalities, and the evolving community ecosystem their online communities inhabit.  Social Media In an era of fake news, it’s the real news that kept social media professionals at full throttle last year: Instagram and Facebook ad boycotts, a renewed spotlight on racial injustices, cancel culture at an all-time high, and an unflinching global pandemic has made it essential for brands to understand themselves and the communities they serve. Social media has become the front line for consumer communication in a stay-at-home world, which has led brands to reimagine their content and strategy toolkits. When reevaluating, there are a few things to keep in mind: 1. Be authentic. One of the key elements that make consumers feel connected to brands is authenticity. Making authenticity a pillar of your content strategy and brand is cru

Tips To Optimize Videos for Social Media

Most social media managers know they must incorporate visual content into their plans. Dynamic videos and video clips are increasingly becoming part of this strategy, too. Now, 81% of businesses use video as a marketing tool—up from 63% the previous year—according to  HubSpot . With video content becoming an integral part of an organization’s overall marketing strategy, it’s more important than ever to make sure it’s executed seamlessly, professionally and in a way that will drive a return on investment. Image source: Capterra Although the social media world is ever-changing and requires innovation and experimentation daily, social media managers and corporate video editors can keep in mind a few best practices to drive results, foster engagement and increase followers. Here are four for managing video content marketing for Avid’s LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts: Hire a social media manager/marketer here! Optimize for mobile.    Brightcove’s Global Video Index  found

10 Digital Marketing Tips For Small Business Owners

The proliferation of digital marketing and social media resources has made it easier than ever to pitch to Main Street--without Madison Avenue budgets. Source; Tech next Mickey Mantas, ‎global agency and partner education consultant at LinkedIn, says these options let you be selective in how you spend digitally, and only "build a presence on the platforms that best represent you and your company." Don' t think of it as a one-time campaign; it'll evolve and grow as your business does. Chase assembled a panel of digital marketing experts—from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Yelp—to help you plan your 2017 social campaigns. Here are some of their suggestions: Go mobile : We consume virtually all information on-the-go, so your marketing platform should be "mobile-centric" instead of just "mobile-friendly." Messaging that isn't designed for mobile access and search will be less valuable in 2017. Create compelling content: Our attention

Three Digital Marketing Trends To Focus On In 2020

As we enter 2020, marketers and business owners must prepare for upcoming digital marketing trends. The landscape of marketing is constantly changing, and if you don’t keep up, you’ll miss out on ways to bring your business to new heights. Source; Unsplash Forward-thinking strategies will drive traffic to your website, grow your email list, generate sales and bring customers back again and again. Imagine if marketers used the same approaches they used decades ago. They wouldn’t be able to appeal to their target audiences, and their businesses surely wouldn’t thrive off of old procedures. Keeping up with the trends is important if you’re going to advance your business and market to consumers the way they want. Here are three digital marketing trends businesses need to pay attention to in 2020. Improved Customer Security Customer security has always been important, but as technology advances, it’s becoming more of a determining factor for customer purchases. If consumers fe

How To Successfully Combine Digital And Offline Marketing Strategies

Offline marketing often seems like a risky proposition for e-commerce companies. Today, everything is tracked, measured, analyzed, and organized. Clicks are counted, and page views are neatly displayed on spreadsheets. Source; Indeed Magnus To put money behind a marketing channel where results are difficult to track seems strange, or even foolish. Yet I’d argue that offline marketing channels have plenty of potential in the digital age. While you can’t get immediate stats on the exact number of clicks and conversions, as you would with a Facebook ad, these efforts can be just as effective. You simply have to invest the proper amount of time and resources. You also want to be open to trying new channels because you don’t really know what’s going to work until you give it a shot. It's best to be agnostic when it comes to the digital/non-digital divide. If you take a consistent and patient approach when trying new offline channels, you’ll almost certainly end up finding