LinkedIn is one of the best tools for making B2B connections. It is the most popular social network with Fortune 500 CEOs and 79% of B2B marketers use LinkedIn for lead generation. However, simply having a LinkedIn profile is no longer enough. You need to stand out among the masses.
Here are 3 tips for completing your LinkedIn profile and being seen:
Establishing a brand is an important step for any marketing strategy. After all, your brand not only includes your visual identity but many other aspects, like company values, personality, and much more. It should build awareness and develop loyalty with your customers. As you create assets to market your business, it's important to keep your brand top of mind to promote consistency.
A recent report found that customers are more loyal to companies that are transparent on social media. In fact, customers reportedly expect a higher level of transparency from businesses than they do from other people on social media, including politicians, friends, and even themselves. So what exactly is transparency?
According to those who participated in the survey, 59% said transparency means being open, 53% said it means being clear, and 49% claimed it meant being honest. These three qualities mean so much to customers that 89% stated they'd be willing to stick with a company even after a bad experience if the company was open, clear, and honest about the incident.
So you have a killer website that is live and ready to show off to the world. Now what? Ideally, you've got a marketing plan in place to start driving traffic to the website. That's when the real work begins.
Let's say, as an example: You've launched your site, and you have a social media campaign, a PPC campaign, and some digital ads in place to get clicks over to the website. How are you going to know if these marketing techniques are working? The answer lies in the numbers found in your analytics program.
Marketing collateral is a necessary but often overlooked component of the overall marketing strategy for many businesses. If you’ve had the same old tri-fold brochure or sales sheet forever, it’s probably time to up your game! Consider adding a piece of marketing collateral – whether it be a rack card, postcard, letter, whatever you can imagine – that takes your company’s branding to the next level.
Here are some ways to do just that!
Have you noticed the new icon on the top of your Instagram feed? That would be the Instagram TV icon, better known as IGTV. Instagram is channeling its inner YouTube and introduced this new video feature to allow users to share longer, vertical videos. There are two ways you can access this feature, of course through the Instagram app, but also through the IGTV app - if you want to use it separate from Instagram. When accessing IGTV, you will have a few tabs that will allow you to view different videos:
Starting a business is an exciting time. You get to pick out a name, build a website, maybe pick out a storefront. And, don’t forget about your logo! It may seem like a minor detail in the grand scheme of things and, yet, it can sometimes be the most overwhelming part of creating a new business.
There are many factors that go into creating a logo for your brand, with many variables to consider. Here a few to think about:
Simply creating an awesome e-commerce website isn't a guarantee of sales. Despite web development best practices, you still need a marketing plan in place in order to drive traffic and sales to your online shop. If you're looking for ways to get more customers to your store, try these marketing tactics: