Influencer marketing is huge. With brands trying to target a digital and social media savvy generation, it's becoming more common for brands to advertise with influencers. Rather than placing ads on pages where they might not be acknowledged, advertisers are taking to social media to promote their products.
When it comes to designing a landing page, even well-known companies have been known to miss the mark from time to time. Unfortunately major landing page mistakes like boring titles, too much clutter, or adding multiple calls-to-action can deter potential customers from converting.
“So, what do you do?”
Micro-influencers are a hot social media marketing trend. Collaborating with them can give you significant engagement without burning a hole in your pocket. By having a tighter number of followers (e.g. 1,000 to 50,000), this type of influencer is able to create stronger and more personal connections than a celebrity influencer who has 1 million plus followers.
Pay per click (PPC) advertising takes a page out of Darwin’s “survival of the fittest” playbook. With so many advertisers fighting for premium advertising space, you need to make sure your PPC ads can hold their own among the rest.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if all customers were like Flat Stanley? One-dimensional and fit into a one-size fits all envelope?
The deadline for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be here in just a few days. By now everyone is familiar with how GDPR’s regulations are going to impact them, but what many may not realize is how much of the burden will be put on publishers.
In digital marketing (and marketing in general), brand identity is everything. How else are you supposed to stand out from all the other brands clamoring in your niche? But sometimes, staying true to your brand can be hard, especially when you’re constantly creating tons of content.
Having a digital portfolio has become more than just a novelty. It’s evolved into a requirement when applying for a new position, particularly one in a creative field. Content writers, graphic designers, and digital marketers are all required to submit samples as part of the job application process.
Once upon a time, a weary web wanderer found your site.
“Alas,” they cried as they filled their cart. “These fabulous wares bring me such delight!”
Just as it seemed your skill in
The client’s phone rang, and the school said her daughter’s come down with a cough.
As the customer hurried out to collect her child,
She left behind a forgotten cart, her purchases unreconciled.