Archive for socialmedia SmartBlogs
There is no viral button on the Internet. (While I’ve always wondered what the F6 button does on a Mac, I don’t think it helps a brand garner millions of video views).
That said, there are many ways a digital campaign can be structured to encourage social sharing and engagement and go viral. There is no one-size fits all approach, but there are many common traits that come along with running a popular online campaign.[…] Continue Reading »
Many seasoned marketers are all too eager to leave the social media marketing to younger professionals. The ever-evolving social media space can feel daunting to traditional marketers accustomed to broadcast and print marketing. But while the technology is different, the basic building blocks of marketing still hold true.
When creating a marketing campaign delivered through any media, you must…
- Identify your target market.
Food retailers know they need to have a social media presence, and now they’re figuring out which channels work best to help them form stronger relationships with their core customers. A study done last year by Unmetric revealed that Whole Foods’ visual messages worked best on Pinterest, while Wal-Mart and Target came out ahead on Facebook, Meijer found an audience on Twitter and Kmart’s quirky videos captured the imagination of YouTube users.[…] Continue Reading »
Big brands have the budgets and the marketing muscle to create successful social media campaigns, but even small business owners working with shoe-string budget can seize the power of social media to engage your audience and further develop brand identity.
We’ve tracked down some of the most successful big-brand campaigns taking place right now to help get you started.[…] Continue Reading »
Sophisticated marketers have a lot on their minds these days, such as developing and reaching audiences, creating consumer connections with meaningful content and campaigns, demonstrating business results — and, of course, doing it all in compliance with legal rules and guidelines.
The Federal Trade Commission recently completed an investigation into a Pinterest-based contest conducted by fashion brand Cole Haan.[…] Continue Reading »