Social Media plays a vital role in building a success story for your content marketing. It allows content marketers to mount brand awareness and drive returns. A social media platform is not only the place to reach your target buyers, but it is also the place to nurture existing customer relationships through engaging content.
There’s a scene in the 2002 sci-fi thriller “Minority Report” where the protagonist John Anderton, played by Tom Cruise, walks through a shopping center while confronted with a barrage of personalized ads. “John Anderton! You could use a Guinness right about now,” one blares at him. In the film, it’s certainly not presented as a positive thing — it’s a scene evocative of Cruise’s character realizing how heavily surveilled the society in which he lives truly is — but in a vacuum, for marketers, wholly personalized marketing is a fascinating theory and goal.
When done right, content marketing can work wonders for your ecommerce business. A properly planned and well-executed content strategy can bring tons of qualified traffic to your online store, improve your conversion rates, and increase your revenue while allowing you to grow your brand and foster customer loyalty.
Last week, digital marketers from around the globe descended upon Vancouver, British Columbia for the sixth annual Call to Action Conference presented by Unbounce. Attendees enjoyed two days of great networking, tasty Pacific Northwest treats and coffee, engaging marketing-focused minigames, and, of course, a high-profile lineup of speakers who covered a wide range of disciplines.
Marketing is part of almost every business in every industry. From promotional emails sent to existing customers to social media ads boosting your brand’s visibility, there are literally hundreds of marketing methods out there to help your business reach its targets.
How many times have you spent hours on crafting the perfect email, only to have just a fraction of the recipients actually open it? Believe me – we know your frustration. Email marketing is an excellent way to promote content and products, even though sometimes it can be difficult to get people to view your emails. Combating this issue of low open rates, however, is not as difficult as it seems.
In eCommerce, there is serious money that can be made during the holidays. So, if you want to increase your sales, you need to start planning your holiday marketing campaigns as early as possible. Is there an ideal time for this? Well, some marketing experts suggest launching your campaigns in September, while others insist that July is the best time to get started.
Launching and marketing a new product is not an easy feat. In fact, even the most seasoned marketers and business owners often get the jitters just thinking about it.
Whether you’re a new SaaS startup or an established service that’s been around for a while, one thing is for sure: You need more customers. Everyone needs more customers! That’s the raison d’être for a business, to grow and thrive.