Social media marketers can gain insight that will guide their own approach to digital marketing by looking at the best practices of companies who are doing it right.
As many of us desire to stay sharp on social media strategy, this will provide a helpful reference (if not, reminder) of what we as marketers should keep top of mind when helping businesses meaningfully engage with their customers.
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In short, yes…some people do use QR codes (obviously). To me, the question of whether or not consumers are scanning leads to another very important question…how are marketers and individuals executing?
Video has a lot value for digital marketers, especially in the social and search engine visibility arenas.
Understanding the difference between the many social media monitoring tools out there can bring real value to your marketing objectives.
Companies can use a new breed of tools leveraging Facebook data to dramatically improve advertising results, content creation and overall business strategies.
I caught up with Brian Solis to talk about his new book, “The End of Business as Usual: Rewire The Way You Work to Succeed in the Customer Revolution.” The following are highlights from our conversation.
The elements of social marketing can work together for the good of the business by focusing on strategy rather than turn-key tactics.
By leveraging Google+ for your business, you can track and engage with segments of an audience curated by you.