We’ve been talking about “the new normal” since the pandemic began, but it’s hard to put a finger on it. For millennials at least it seems to be ecommerce. The last generation born in the 20th century is a decidedly 21st-century cohort, and you can find them on Facebook and Instagram. Here’s how to reach them over the holidays.
A recent poll of 60 top global brand managers said their 3 biggest social media fears were a lack of resources vs. the size of the challenge; containing and engaging with consumer content; and having too many channels to manage. But there is some good news and a way forward, if you put the right structure and support in place.
Instagram has quickly become one of social media’s powerhouse brands and is a hotbed for marketing. Currently, 80% of Instagram users claim they follow at least one brand on the platform, with 60% saying they discovered a new product. Here are key reasons why you need to be on there, and how it can boost your ecommerce sales.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), the Golden State’s answer to the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from May 2018, went into effect July 1, 2020, and its impact has been sudden and swift. This infographic demonstrates the strong impact CCPA has had already on Facebook ad performance.
Understanding microbrowser traffic and its relationship to social can help correlate where conversions are really coming from, enabling marketing spend to be adjusted accordingly for better ROI. Jason Khoury, head of corporate marketing at Cloudinary, talks about how brands can tap the power of microbrowser traffic.
Social media is one of the best ways to market your business. Platforms like Facebook and Instagram have millions (or even billions) of active monthly users, and you can easily reach out to them by sharing relevant and interesting content. Here are 5 common mistakes you need to avoid in social media marketing.
With a critical eye on spending, many brands are leaning on simple, effective and timely marketing campaigns. This strategy is exactly what you should be doing. Understanding which marketing channels give the biggest bang for the buck can go a long way. Here are 3 easy marketing strategies that will help your business now.
There was a time when company-centric content was all you needed for success. But those days are far behind us. Modern consumers are subject to so many sales pitches that most ads are like white noise. But if not through ads, how can you get your brand’s message out there? Simply put, talk to them in a way they will find compelling.
Wellness beverage maker Dirty Lemon, beauty brand Glossier and Taco Bell top the Zyper Community Index 2020, which ranks the most culturally relevant consumer brands as measured by how effectively they build online customer engagement and communities. See what tactics and tools landed them in the top spots in the index.
With Facebook Messenger marketing, ecommerce companies can connect with shoppers and site visitors directly through Facebook chatbots, creating a new channel for engagement. Similar to email, it can be personalized and highly automated through a variety of available tools, making it a potentially high ROI for marketing.