I’ll admit it: of all of our monthly themes for marketing this year, September is my favorite. Sharing the newest trends in social media with others is FUN for me! And today, I get to do just that with this blog post.
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We’ve all been there. It’s first thing Monday morning and you’re staring blankly at a stark white document on your computer screen with the title “This week’s social media posts,” and all those great ideas you had while you were in the shower this morning are now absent from your brain and you are left with a wordless document.
Let’s face it, you either use Instagram religiously or know someone that does. Personally, I love Instagram - from the beautiful variety of filters to its video clip features, Instagram is a great way to connect visually. The interesting thing about Instagram is it is a very powerful tool for businesses. I not only follow my friends and family, but I also follow my favorite brands.
Content marketing is a big buzz word in the marketing industry right now. It simply describes a marketing tactic that uses blog posts, website content, social media posts, videos, photos, and other content to gain and retain a certain audience. It is based on a strategy and works much like a newspaper or magazine.
Most of us are very visual creatures, which is why images and videos perform so well on social media. As purveyors of social media channels, we want to see something interesting – not just read something. Overwhelmingly, statistics continue to show that images and videos rule social media platforms.
Although stock image sites provide high-quality images and vectors that are an excellent resource, there is something significant, raw, and beautiful when it comes to custom digital illustrations and digital paintings. In my opinion, it makes you linger. If there is one thing that is going to make you stand out that no one else will have, it is a custom illustration.
Did you know that Twitter generates 9 times more business-to-business (B2B) leads than both Facebook and LinkedIn? While I’m definitely not advising you to ignore Facebook or LinkedIn, it is past time to get into the Twitter game.
Despite the varied objectives for companies attending tradeshows, every company wants their tradeshow booth to stand out from their competition. It takes more than a friendly face and personable staff to capture the attention of passing attendees, which is why a striking tradeshow design is critical to the success of your booth.
Here are a few tips on how to survive your first tradeshow as a vendor.
In the world of B2B marketing, exhibiting at industry tradeshows is a frequent tool in the arsenal for building brand awareness and generating leads. Too often, businesses fail to think beyond their booth and never reach the potential visibility and results that can be gained. Here are the top six ways to get beyond your booth and power up your tradeshow presence – and results.