Tag: marketing

Easy Ways to Increase Your Organic Reach

Time and time again you have been told social media is a major component of any successful marketing campaign. So, somewhat reluctantly, you compiled a marketing plan complete with a social media strategy. You began posting what you believe to be quality content, but you still are not reaching as many people as you would like, especially on Facebook. Now you have found yourself aimlessly trying to increase your organic reach, or in other words get more of your Facebook fans to see your posts.

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Are you Fully Utilizing your Dealership’s Website? Every now and then dealerships must come up with new marketing initiatives. These may include creating a new logo, designing stationary and sent out an email blast containing the latest specials to VIP clients, but none of these things are as important as having a fully functional website.

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Marketing To Millennials

Millennials are the children of the baby boomers and range in age from 18-mid 30’s. Marketers are targeting the Millenial age group, for a smart reason. Millennials tend to shop differently then other age groups. Being natives to technology, Millennials usually shop online more than anywhere else. This is allowing marketers to target Millennials in their online campaigns.

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Social Media and Math are Related

Many people have the common thought that if they are not good at writing they are good at math and vice-versa. While this is not a fact, it is said quite often. However, what people who think this fail to realize is math and their big social media marketing campaigns are related. If you are a business on a larger scale, this especially applies.

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31 Words

Stop Freaking Out. Marketing does not have to be difficult. Sure, it can be tedious and require a lot of trial and error, but it does not need to be hard, especially as the mediums of marketing evolve. Traditional forms of marketing may be different than the fresher forms of marketing on social media, but the premise remains the same. You want whatever it is you are marketing to see a return on investment from your efforts or finical output. According to inc.com there are only 31 words you need to know.

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If you were thrown off by the title just now I think it is safe to say you have no clue what this article is about, which is great and you are about to learn something! Our social media team found this article while researching content and found it to be very interesting. Social Media Today explained this complex topic in a semi-simple way, and I’m going to simplify it even more, AND it’s extremely important to your brand! Colors play a huge role in marketing and can help evoke emotions in your customers. The key is to use the right colors that you feel should be associated with your brand. You do not want your children’s clothing business to be branded in dull mono-tone colors! According to the research in the above article, dull and mono-tone colors (like gray) can make a customer feel blah. No one is going to want to spend time feeling “blah”

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10 Tips for Vine

Vine is a video mobile application that leverages the quick sound-byte social media culture in the same way as Instagram, except that its video feature is “micro” and lasts only six seconds that can play on a continuous loop. Vine is a platform, but the video clips are more often viewed on Twitter or Facebook. The auxiliary features important to a business using vine social media strategies to promote its product or service are a caption field and a hashtag option.

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