The content and inbound marketing channels have grown immensely over the last few months. But in this growth of content, it’s important not to lose sight of content strategy. For every business, this strategy should ultimately decide the main marketing channel for traffic and sales.
Social media is beyond the tipping point for many online marketers, and platforms like Twitter are now reliable ways of driving more sales, leads and conversions. Whether all organizations believe it or not, it has happened.
When a big event is coming up, brands love to talk about big “Social Media Command Centers” they’ve setup, with a infinite number of people staring at uncountable monitors.
If you want to succeed with event management, this must be the only want to do it, right?
To many, the battle of the Super Bowl ads is just as interesting as the ‘Big Game’ itself. (I’m told that you need a license to use the SB term. We can’t afford it.)
This year, if you were watching the game, you’d agree that they were probably more interesting. [I won’t lie, I was rooting for the Broncos, or at least a good game. <sigh>]
A number of you use Keyhole to track Twitter contest participants, so we wanted to make sure you’re armed with all the necessary knowledge to make your campaign a success.
Instagram has exploded since its inception in 2010. With over 150,000,000 active users, the image sharing application is easily considered one of the top social media tools in 2014. Over 55 million photos are shared each day. It’s important to know which types of photos engage your audience so that you can harness the power of Instagram and stand out from the crowd — the difference is night and day! (Hah)
Don’t worry – this isn’t yet another Predictions for 2014 post. We’re consolidating the 33,506 posts we’ve received so far and hope to send a summary in the next 2 weeks. Or by July 2015, latest.
In the meantime, thought we’d share 2 big updates: Custom Date Ranges & a more rewarding Referral Program.
Everyone wants more Twitter followers and higher engagement, and it isn’t hard to see why. Globally, more than half of a billion (with a B) users are engaging in the microblogging service. So how can YOU increase follower engagement? What does the data say?
A great, easy to understand image about how different colors in logo design impact user emotion.