Would you like to use remarketing to lower your overall cost per lead?
Twitter recently announced you can now use both Twitter ads and Twitter cards to remarket to existing customers and leads.
In this article I’ll show you how to set up Twitter ads so you can remarket to your target audience on Twitter.
Why Twitter Remarketing?
All brands want to be top of mind. When a user is ready buy a product or engage a service, you want them to think of you first. Remarketing is a strong step toward that goal.
Thanks to the latest developments in Twitter ads, you can now use promoted tweets and Twitter cards to remarket only to the users who have visited your website. Remarketing to them makes sense because they are more likely to convert.
Do you want to know how people are finding your website?
Do you want to learn more about Acquisition reports in Google Analytics?
When you know your biggest traffic sources, you have a better idea of where to spend your time and money.
In this article I’ll share how Google Analytics Acquisition reports can help you drive traffic and sales.
Note: One way to get the most out of any Google Analytics data is to set up conversion goals. If you haven’t done this already, set up the easiest goal type by reviewing the first point under the Google Analytics Admin header in this Google Analytics Basics post.
Do you want to know what works?
You can maximize your chances of Instagram success by watching what’s working for others.
In this article I’ll show you five examples of businesses growing their Instagram followers.
#1: Invite Engagement
Starbucks definitely doesn’t have a growth problem. They’re one of the largest retail chains in the world and they have an internationally recognizable brand.
However, the Starbucks brand was built on the ethos of the small local coffee shop. In order to preserve this idyllic brand image, it’s important for Starbucks’ marketing to downplay size and create a more personal, familiar voice.
Do you know whether Facebook post frequency or content has a bigger impact on engagement?
Here at Social Media Examiner, we did some testing, and dug into our Facebook metrics.
What we found are some very interesting things about Facebook reach, posting frequency and what matters most to get the engagement you want.
In this article I’ll share what we tested and how you can find your own data and determine what works best for your own audience.
What Should Your Facebook Post Frequency Be?
Facebook has changed the news feed algorithm, that’s for sure–everyone is talking about a decline in reach. Since fewer of your fans may be seeing your posts, what worked in the past may not work now.
Have you considered using Twitter animated GIFs in your tweets?
Twitter’s newest feature lets you include animated images, called GIFs, in your tweets.
Twitter animated GIFs add more interest to images and are a great way to gain exposure on Twitter.
In this article you’ll discover three ways you can use animated GIFs as a Twitter marketing tactic for your business.
Why Twitter Animated GIFs?
You’ve probably seen an animated GIF, but may not have known what it was called. Animated GIFs are short clips of images (from movies, individual pictures, etc.) that play on a loop. Here’s an example Pizza Hut shared on its Twitter account:
— Pizza Hut (@pizzahut) July 15, 2014
Are you getting enough engagement on Twitter?
Twitter’s true value is in its engagement. Unless people are engaging with you on Twitter, you’re wasting your time.
In this article I’ll share 10 tweeting techniques that lead to better engagement.
#1: Keep Tweets Under 110 Characters
Twitter’s legendary character restriction seems short, but if you’re maxing out your character count, your tweets are too long.
Shorter tweets with around 110 characters get 17% higher engagement, and there’s a reason for that. When you leave room in a tweet, it makes it easier for people to retweet you and add their own commentary.
Is your current Customer Relationship Management process inefficient?
A fine-tuned social customer service strategy increases customer engagement.
In this article I’ll share four easy steps for developing a social CRM strategy.
Why a Social Media CRM Strategy?
Just about everybody uses social media in their daily lives. Why not use those online gathering places as an outlet for customer service?
Do you want to grab people’s attention and really show them who you are?
LinkedIn recently released header images, also called hero images, to its premium account holders and is slowly rolling them out to everyone.
In this article you’ll discover how to choose what to share in your header image and how others are using theirs.
Know Your Header Image Basics
Are you sharing the real you in your social marketing?
It’s tough to walk the fine line between being professional and being yourself. With social media those two things don’t have to be mutually exclusive.
In this article you’ll discover four ways you can infuse your personality into your online marketing efforts.
#1: Tell a Really Good Story
As a marketer, part of your job is to tell a story that leads to long-term relationships and sells a product or service. The trick is sharing the right story to draw readers in, but keeping it short enough that they don’t lose interest.