You run a furniture store – that’s great! Like most ecommerce businesses, photography is a large part of your marketing schema, and this is especially true when it comes to advertising pieces on social media. The right photograph can sell a chair or a sofa more than the product copy will. Trust that consumers have read it all before:
Does it warm your heart to receive a glowing letter of support from a happy customer? And does it disappoint you to find feedback that’s not so happy with the services you have to offer?
Some products sell themselves, like milk and toilet paper. These industries never have to worry about losing business because there will always be a need for these products, but they do have to worry about making sure that people buy THEIR milk and THEIR toilet paper instead of from the other guys.
In the world of business, there’s one glaring end goal everyone is trying to achieve – sales, sales, sales. Making money, meeting quotas, breaking projections, getting in the green instead of the red. This all relates to money and how businesses sell their products and services in order to make said money.
We’re all for content marketing at Digital Hyve, but we also know it can turn into an expensive endeavor. Paying for blogs, tweets, graphics and more can put a dent in the business coffers, so it’s important that you find as many ways to cut costs as possible. Simultaneously, content marketing quality should remain high – and this speaks to both the inherent brand value behind the content AND...
You’ve likely heard many a marketing blog – even our own! – say that ebooks are a great addition to a marketing campaign. Does this statement still ring true?
A year ago, everyone was touting Instagram as the new social media site you need to pay attention to. The amount of focus you put upon it shouldn’t be any different, but what has changed now is that it isn’t the new kid on the block anymore. Introducing Snapchat – an app no one ever thought would be used for business, but we’ve yet again been proven wrong.
You’ve been told time and time again that Twitter is great for your business. We’ve even talked about it in multiple blog posts. There’s no question as to why at this point, and you can easily Google tons of articles on the subject.