Social media can be overwhelming, especially for business owners trying to grow their businesses. It's hard to know where to start regarding social media — and it’s even harder to keep up with the latest changes and trends.
People often ask about social media marketing and whether their business needs to build an online presence. Usually, the question is posed by someone who only sees social media as an evolving fad that will eventually become tired and obsolete. This could not be further from the truth.
Social media has taken this world by storm.
As of 2022, the average daily time spent on social media by internet users worldwide was 147 minutes, according to Statista. Your business needs a strong online presence to capture consumers' attention in this digital era.
With over 810 million registered users today, LinkedIn is an essential social media platform to leverage for marketing. Compared to Facebook, it generates leads 277% more effectively. In fact, according to Kinsta, LinkedIn accounts for 80% of B2B leads.
To anyone watching the numbers, it’s apparent that Twitter is overtaking Facebook as the preferred social media platform of millennials (born between 1986-1996) and Generation Z (1997-2012). If your business relies on this demographic, then you may want to start taking advantage of this short-form social media platform to drive traffic to your website.
Showcasing interesting eCommerce product images can give your Instagram account visibility. However, if you're new to Instagram and trying to build an eCommerce brand, there's a lot more you can do.
You can begin by avoiding the mistakes of other eCommerce stores, making it easy to skip directly to the good part of positioning your product, defining your audience, creating interesting videos and stories, and working on persuasive product-focused copy.
Our world is becoming more visual by the day. That means an explosion of easily shared audiovisual content being spread throughout the world. While, naturally, there are a variety of platforms useful for posting video content, YouTube is still the undisputed ruler of sharing videos of all subject matter and length. You can make your content educational, entertaining, and have a certain level of creative freedom to truly express your brand’s voice. All the while, your videos can be shared in a[...]
Facebook ads are an unavoidable part of a digital marketing journey. With the social media channel boasting billions of active users, there is a good chance your potential customer is already residing on the platform. And advertising effectively will give you an excellent opportunity to create awareness, connect with the audience, and acquire leads that will help increase your sales.
If there’s anything about Facebook ads that will make or break your results, it will be the Facebook ad creatives themselves. There are some really great ads out there, while others may fall into what we like to call the not-so-great category. Ultimately, ads in the first category are the ones that will convert.
We also understand that creating ads in the hopes of gaining conversions can sometimes become a painstaking guessing game of trial and error (emphasis on the errors). As masters of that[...]
YouTube offers lots of opportunity for content creators through the process of uploading and monetizing video. It provides a valuable way for you to build and reinforce your brand, and even become an influencer. Plus, ads aren't the only way you can make money on YouTube. You can set up multiple income streams, increase sales of your own products, and much more.
The process of creating your videos and building your audience can be really exciting. However, you need to put a lot of effort into[...]
Facebook is the most crowded social media network right now. There are a few marketers making the most of it, while there are some who look at Facebook as a complex platform to market their business on.
Keep in mind: 2.14 billion people can be reached through adverts on Facebook. What great potential!
Although it might be a bit difficult to organically reach maximum potential buyers due to the changing algorithm, it's not impossible. Businesses are continuing to invest their money in paid[...]
While it’s easy to make a Facebook ad, it’s not easy to turn that ad into something profitable for your business. Without any type of campaign optimization, you may end up wasting your ad budget on Facebook posts that don’t perform. Even if you don’t invest in paid ads, posting organically on Facebook without any strategy can lead to low engagement and poor results.
While every business has its own unique way of marketing depending on its niche and method, today it’s almost impossible to not do some sort of marketing via social media. Not only do the biggest social media platforms (like Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram) have a huge reach, but they make it easy for businesses to sort through accounts and find their exact right customers based on interests, stages in life, location, buying habits, etc.
In the online world, every day is a wacky social media holiday.
While the ‘holiday’ season is widely known for kicking off shopping frenzy around the globe, other international holidays like the National Pizza Day are gradually becoming popular in raking in the moolah too.
You might think “why should I spend time and resources building a full social media marketing and an online sales campaign around one day that falls in a ‘non-seasonal’ period? Wouldn’t I benefit more by focusing my efforts[...]
Social media marketing is still a must for building brand awareness and growing your audience. But, if you’re not taking advantage of innovative sales opportunities to drive more business to your virtual doors, you could be missing out on lots of potential customers.
Social media has become a valuable sales platform for eCommerce businesses, thanks to savvy promotional tactics and features like shoppable posts on sites like Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest. Even if you’re not using social[...]
Your business can't afford to ignore Instagram. Not only is the social media platform a great asset for engagement and content marketing, but it’s now an eCommerce platform in its own right.
In the last several years, Facebook has exploded in popularity. It's fair to say it redefined social media. It definitely innovated new opportunities for many walks of life. This includes business owners.
With the introduction of Facebook Pages, businesses were able to stake a claim on Facebook and create their official social media profile. This led to new avenues of customer service through reviews and messaging. It also helped create a kind of directory that helped customers find all types[...]
Social Media | 10 min read
In a period of just a few months, the societal and economic effects of the Covid-19 crisis have greatly accelerated the shift towards online shopping and digital adaptation in general. This is also true for several other underlying trends. Overall, lockdown transformed almost overnight how consumers shop and how retailers sell and interact with their customers.
Social media sites are popular all over the world, with billions of users on Facebook, Twitter, and now TikTok, from across the globe. This makes it increasingly crucial for brands to leverage the power of social media platforms to engage potential customers.
But, to present a cohesive brand image, you need social media guidelines to communicate the brand’s expectations to its employees reliably.
Let’s find out how you can create useful social media guidelines for your business.
Two years ago, I had ordered a t-shirt online. When I received it at my doorstep days later, I realized that it was the wrong size.
I tried calling the company on the phone. Nobody answered. I emailed them. Nobody replied. Then, I did what most frustrated customers do in such a situation – complained to them on Twitter. At that point, they finally responded to me and even solved my problem.
But this is not always the case with every eCommerce store.