Blogging can be really difficult and a serious time investment. However, if you keep focused on these 10 tips you will better speak to your audience and ultimately produce the best-possible material.
As we’re living in the age of digital, we find ourselves more frequently bombarded by ads. During an election, the number of political ads has been constantly increasing and the 2016 election has been no exception. The candidates are utilizing social media more than ever to connect with the voters and spread their campaign propaganda.
There are tons of great tools out there to conduct market research. In fact, there are so many that it can get difficult knowing which one to use and why it will be the most effective.
When I first took Marketing in the Digital Age, I didn’t know much about the digital world or social media. I thought Twitter was the latest and greatest, I thought Facebook was invite only, and I thought Myspace was the most popular of all (okay, maybe not those last two).
As social media continues to grow in popularity and capture more and more of the consumer’s attention, it is becoming more important for businesses to market through social media. But with so many options out there, how do you know which ones to use? Which ones are most appropriate for your product and brand, and how do you capitalize on them? In this article I will walk through some of the most popular social media platforms and explain the best ways to use them for marketing, so you can decide for yourself which ones work best for your business.
By now the phrase ‘virtual reality’ feels like a nebulous buzz-word. It’s been the center of more news stories than I can count and it seems like everyone I know is waiting for the Oculus to come out.
A title effective for Millenials, especially as it speaks in today’s social dialect. However, on the infographic, the title is straight forward discussing the content of the research (“Best Time to Post on Instagram”).
The day has come. We used to wake up and have hundreds of emails in our inbox, most of which we delete before even opening. Not anymore. Those daily business emails are no longer in our inboxes, instead they’re conveniently in our Clutter folder.