While many business owners dismiss LinkedIn as essentially a hiring platform, it actually offers great opportunities to network, generate leads and build your brand; and because LinkedIn marketing is often overlooked, doing it right can offer a fantastic competitive advantage.
For effective digital marketing, it’s not enough to boost some posts to a general audience and hope for the best; you need to put on your digital marketing strategy hat, or find someone who can put in the hard yards
Nowadays, marketing strategies for most businesses follow a pretty standard pattern. The days of print are well behind us, TV advertisements are largely unobtainable, and businesses are left with only a few affordable options. The reliance on platforms like Facebook &
Jargon. Everyone’s experienced it. The pain of staring blankly at someone while they spew out an endless babble of technical terms, nodding politely and wondering when you’ll be allowed to leave – it’s a mission to say the least. But regardless,
To anyone unfamiliar with the in-depth, behind-the-scenes structure of Facebook ad campaigns, the difference between a fully-fledged FB ad and a simple boosted post can quite easily go over your head. In many cases, understanding the difference doesn’t necessarily matter, but
It’s a cold hard fact for business owners, but for the most part, consumers generally aren’t interested in most brands. Sure, people generally have a few brands they love, but for every brand they’re exposed to that they’re interested in,
COVID-19 presents one of the most unique challenges many businesses have, and likely ever will face, causing social upheaval, economic changes, and global uncertainty. It presents everyone with quite a difficult series of hurdles to navigate. First came adapting, particularly