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Recently, I came across a famous fast food chain billboard which was promoting its newly launched product. A thought came across my mind as to why these multinational brands are using such old traditional ways of advertising to promote their new product as these would be better advertised on social media than on billboards. That’s when I saw the small symbols of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube on the billboard, and it suddenly struck me the main focus of the billboard was to direct the customers toward their social media platforms. This made me realize how traditional and digital media can co-exist in the same environment.
Marketing for accountants is a unique challenge. The preconceived idea that people have of accounting firm is difficult to overcome since people won’t choose to engage with their accountant until they have too. When they do have to choose an accountant, they might not shop around to find the best solution, instead going with what is close or what they already know through experience or recommendations from friends and family. Many people will choose an accounting firm and stick with them.
The retail space a decade ago is vastly different from what it is today, the most significant factor being the boom of e-commerce and the introduction of more direct-to-consumer (DTC) brands.
No matter how big or small your business is, a well-developed marketing strategy can go a long way in turning your brand into a successful one. But in today’s competitive world, how do you get your brand’s marketing strategy to stand out from that of your competitors? Do you think you’re doing enough but still don’t see the results you desired? If you’ve nodded your head in agreement, then you’re looking for something more than just a basic marketing plan. Worry not. We’ve got you covered.
Email marketing may be an old form of digital communication, but do you know that it consistently helps businesses deliver better ROI than many other marketing channels? Email marketing is the process of targeting your existing and prospective customers through email. It is a form of digital marketing as well as direct marketing which uses email to reach out to your business’s customer list and make them aware of new products, special offers, discounts, and other services your business offers.
Similarly, to how social media revolutionised the online marketing landscape, the metaverse is about to do the same. It is imperative that marketing and communications brands pay close attention to the metaverse as it is indeed the next frontier for online interaction. Think about it like this, if brands had not made the shift to online marketing when social media became apparent, they would have been left behind and disregarded. Consumers would have forgotten about them and focussed on the brands that were engaging with them on social media platforms that they use every day. Ultimately, the metaverse is about to do the same and restructure online marketing forever, therefore if brands do not adapt to this, they will become irrelevant.
You’re in your final year of your marketing degree, or you’ve just graduated and are looking for jobs… only problem is that everywhere you apply for is asking for work experience, but how are you meant to have experience if no is willing to hire you in the first place?
Businesses usually spend a lot of time on goal setting, strategy development, but have you ever deliberated how you can achieve the marketing goals in an agile and effective manner? It is always good to review whether the marketing goals are on the right track. Otherwise, all investments and efforts will be diminished.
An NFT (Non-fungible token) is not an unfamiliar word anymore in this era. It is a disruptive technology that created person-to-person communities in the digital world. I’m assuming that you have heard of NTFs? If you haven’t, it is not too late for you to learn more about it. NTFs are digital artworks, photographs, audio, music, and videos. People can purchase them through the blockchain, allowing collectors to own digital intellectual properties.
With the odd 500 million tweets bombarding users every day,Twitter provides live updates and information that ranges from the daily habits of someone’s pet cat to information on political speeches and issues, and just about everything in between. No wonder it’s easy to get lost in the sea of information that it provides. Luckily, the platform has introduced Twitter Communities that allows people with different interests to connect, share and interact with others who share their passions or opinions.