23.4 C
Luton
Sunday, April 21, 2019
Advertisement
Hi guys! Peter's here! Today, we will be talking about the social media hot potato: advertising on the social media and the vape industry. As you will be well aware, most social media platforms are tightening...
1. Facebook re-marketing. Facebook is a great promotion tool whether you’re in the B2B or B2C industry. But did you know you can set up remarketing audiences in Facebook? By installing a Facebook...
In the real world, people hate traffic, but online, people can’t get enough of it.That’s because, when it comes to owning a small business, you’d rather have too many people waiting in line than not enough....
1. Post to Facebook. When you publish a blog article, link to it from your Facebook account to keep your friends and family in the loop. These people may not seem as important for...
1. Make your tweets stand out. If you don't want your posts to get lost in the Twitter stream, make sure to include an image, related link or even an emoji to separate your missives from the torrent of other...
It's fundamental when it comes to building an online branding like yours.  a any strategies to do this online. There are cost effective ways of getting your brand or business out there, for prospected customers to be aware of your business and increase sign ups for your online business or brand in the space. Doing a multiple of techniques can help you achieve this goal.
1. Plan each day the night before. Yeah, I know what you’re thinking: duh. You know that it’s important to plan the night before, yet, many who will read this DON’T. You wake up and “wing it” all day hoping...
Your brand is a foundation piece in your advertising communication and one you don't need to be without. Each Brand needs to be reviewed as a way to get a great idea about how that brand is performing. The...
Millennials are one of the most talked about generations in the marketing industry, but are they really different? In 400 BC, Socrates described teens and young adults like this They no longer rise...
1. 80% of your profits come from 20% of your customers. This is the most common observation of the Pareto Principle. Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to find out whether it holds true for your business. If you find that the...
100FansLike
28,614FollowersFollow
241FollowersFollow
539FollowersFollow