Do you want to create better Facebook ads?
In this article you’ll discover four things to help you build a more effective Facebook ad.
#1: Choose Color With Care
It’s long been accepted that the psychological associations that come with color–and how we process what we see–affect the power of an advertisement.
Here’s a quick guide to color:
Do you want tips that will help you stay ahead of the social media marketing curve?
Here’s some great advice from ten social media pros.
In this article I share 10 social tips from the pros to improve your social media marketing in 2014.
Are you ready to take the plunge and use content to connect with your audience on social media?
If you shift your thinking and perception about what makes your brand successful, you can tease out great content that will undoubtedly catch the attention of potential customers.
In this article, I’ll show you how to start building an engaging presence on social media in four easy steps.
#1: Build a Targeted Community
The first step is to build a community of people who care about what your brand has to offer.
It doesn’t matter if you have a Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Google+ page or all of the above. As long as you have a starting point, you can start building your audience on social media.
Haphazardly trying to build a large community won’t be very helpful. Your best bet will be to build a targeted community. How do you build targeted communities? Generally speaking, there are two ways.
To build a community through organic means, you must provide share-worthy and useful content that’s relevant specifically to the audience you want to reach. The more your content (on any social network) gets shared, the more eyes see it.
In 2013, we saw some big changes.
Major platforms made serious strides toward monetization and there was a massive rise in visual marketing.
To find out what the new year may have in store for social marketers, we asked 11 social media pros what they think is coming our way.
Here’s what they had to say.
And if you’re curious, here were the 2013 predictions.
#1: The Resurgence of Advertorial
Several trends and technologies will reach maturity in 2014 spawning considerable disruption in social media, but I believe native advertising and sponsorship will have the greatest impact. It’s a back-to-the-future scenario.