There’s nothing quite as euphoric as launching a new piece of content. You’ve put in days, weeks, or even months’ worth of work into it, and nothing can express your excitement to get in front of the eyes of your customers, leads, and website visitors. All that said, there’s nothing quite as soul-crushing (on a… Read more
Sometimes, in the marketing industry, you have to close your eyes and take a leap of faith. Other times, you can calculate your moves to execute a strategy with a proven track record. But what about a method of strategic planning that involves taking a leap of faith and calculation? I’m talking about customer targeting,… Read more
After reaching roughly 800 million active users within a year and a half of its 2018 launch, TikTok has become one of the fastest-growing social media apps of the last decade Like any trendy social platform with a huge global audience, influencers and brands are flocking to TikTok. As a marketer who’s considering TikTok opportunities,… Read more
As a consumer — and a marketer — one of my favorite brands to watch is Taco Bell. In the last five years or so, Taco Bell has begun making strides in its brand messaging. The brand has reinvented itself on social media, introducing a new, bold personality. With its food, packaging, marketing campaigns, events,… Read more
Despite (and because of) the many technologies marketers use, determining what drives a sale remains one of the messiest areas of marketing. Figuring out which channel or touchpoint convinces a customer to make a purchase is as much of an art as it is a science. To get to the bottom of it, marketers use… Read more
When you’ve got an important email to write, it can seemingly take hours. You write, revise, delete, and agonize over every word, link, and even your email signature. And if you are selling your staff’s time in the form of the billable hour, this can be a huge waste of resources. While we’re talking about one-on-one communication,… Read more
In 2019, Google began rolling out what is arguably one of the most significant changes to its search engine since the introduction of dedicated video carousels in June 2018, or the introduction of featured snippets in October 2017: Google has begun to ad podcasts to search results. Every minor tweak to the search algorithm can… Read more
Since Snapchat launched in 2011, brands have been experimenting with new ways to reach the platform’s Gen-Z and millennial audiences. However, marketing on Snapchat hasn’t always been easy. Between 2015 and 2017, brands like NASA, Warby Parker, and Sour Patch Kids started their Snapchat strategies by creating individual accounts. Based on the fact that none… Read more
In recent years, there’s been a common misconception that Gen Z and millennials are essentially the same. When companies discuss reaching younger audiences, many often lump Gen Z and millennials into the same group and create one campaign strategy that they believe fits both groups. Sure, many millennials and Gen Zers are considered “young adults.”… Read more
If I asked you what marketers identify as the number one most exciting business opportunity in 2019, I bet most of you would guess “social media”, “mobile-first experiences”, or even “video marketing”. However, the Annual Digital Trends report by Econsultancy and Adobe revealed a surprising truth — marketers actually identified “optimizing the customer experience” as… Read more
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