Posts Tagged ‘social media marketing’

Information Overload, Or How I Learned to Tolerate Facebook

MSN Article on Facebook About Mark Zuckerberg

I work in the world of social media, in part, buying Facebook ads for clients and managing their Facebook business pages. Here’s what I know: You voluntarily give Facebook information about you every time you check in somewhere, fill out a quiz, or answer a post that asks you to complete a sentence using predictive…

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Advertising Online: The Difference Between Goals and Messages

Goals vs. message. I often find there’s an internal conflict clients need to overcome before advertising online to help them understand the difference between explaining their business and showing people the benefit of being a customer. This is especially true for clients who sell experiences over products, but knowing the distinction is helpful for all businesses. Ultimately in advertising online, showing the benefit…

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Trends Survey: Inbound Marketing Wins the 2016 Battle for Dollars

It should come as no surprise to anyone that companies are maintaining or upping their marketing budgets in 2016, but what’s notable is the massive push of marketing dollars to inbound marketing tactics. What is inbound marketing? Funny you should ask. Marketers always throw out that term to clients, expecting them to pick up on the nuances — as…

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