When millennials think of Social Media Management, they think about hanging out on social media all day chatting with friends. Though it may seem easy to gain a large following and have an impact on social media, there’s more to social media management in 2020 that you must take into consideration.
The truth is, handling a client’s social media account, or even accounts of several clients can be harder than you imagine. Being a social media manager for a business requires a lot of “free” time or paid hours toward a freelancer or firm. It involves an inside knowledge of your client’s audience, demographic, tone, preferred or recommended social media platforms, the message you are conveying, and the brands ultimate goals from these efforts. So, with that said let’s look at the top five misconceptions about social media management in 2020. Read more
Drip Marketing Campaigns Guide for Email Marketing
Email newsletters are the perfect way to keep your subscribers in contact with the latest developments in your business. But there’s a major drawback. New subscribers only see the latest email announcements and never the older emails you’ve sent out. Plus, it’s hard to keep track of new subscribers, current subscribers and old subscriber’s activity. In this instance, Drip Marketing Campaigns come in to play to help do just that.
“I need marketing” is something that a good business owner would say. However, there is not a business in the world that doesn’t need marketing or advertising.
There is a surprising amount of business owners who do not understand the difference between marketing and advertising. As a business owner, you have to know where your money is going and how is being spent. Part of that is understanding how you’re budgeting for marketing and advertising is taken care of. On the surface, marketing and advertising seem to be synonymous. Interchangeably, they are used to describe a process that helps you sell more products or services. However, there is a world of difference.
Fill in the Blank: everyone needs a ________________________. It could be a doctor/plumber/hairdresser/pet groomer/dentist or an endless array of professions that fit your life. Everyone has several “go-to” people that handle any service that we need. When it comes to your business, there is a multitude of services that you need to be subscribed to, even just to keep it going on a day to day. Every business needs marketing, so why not choose ONE company that handles it all? Let’s be honest, in this business landscape, a full-service marketing firm is efficient for your business and more cost effective.
The reasons behind this are always a question in marketing and therefore have many opinions and thoughts about this topic. But what is known is that about 80% of all the business cards that are passed out are thrown away within the first week. With that knowledge, one great question to ask would be: How do I increase the odds that I will end up being a consistent part of that 20%?
“Are you ready to TRANSFORM your life, start your own beauty business, become a #BOSSBABE and look AMAZING while doing it”? While you may cringe, MLM consultants and advisers use this is an overused sales pitches that for recruitment. The recruitment process could be social-media oriented or in the form of a “party”. Multi-level marketing companies have gotten a negative reputation over the past few years though aggressive social selling and shady legal practices. In spite of these, the MLM models aren’t as evil as their negative reputation makes them out to be.
There is an increased amount of traffic during any holiday, both physical and digitally. In turn, this means that you will be getting more visitors to your website. Is your website easy to navigate, contain all the information that your customers are looking for, quick-loading, mobile-friendly, and easy to find on local searches?
We know exactly what it takes to create an online buzz. Now that you have a website (if you do). What is it saying? What Action is it Driving the person viewing it to do? Any?