For those of us in digital marketing and advertising, we stay on top of social media trends to keep our brand current, but what are the fundamental truths that guide our social media approach? This white paper from Prestige Marketing explores the truths that stay constant through passing and lasting trends. Besides practical insight on how social media serves business development and online marketing, read on for:
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- Essentials and rules all businesses should follow in social media
- Review of social media trends for 2013
- Forecast social media trends for 2014
and gain valuable knowledge on the fundamentals of social media and ensure your brand is ready to hit 2014 with both feet on the ground.
Mindshare Worldwide has partnered with Shzam to launch AUDIO+, a program to help leading brands audit, map and capitalize on the sound-based elements of their advertising campaigns. The two companies will work together with Mindshare clients to facilitate consumer interactions via second screen mobile devices using the Shazam App.
Currently, text, video and image assets are all easily monitored and distributed as part of a brand's paid, owned and earned media strategy, but audio assets have for the most part gone un-monitored.
AUDIO+ aims to address this by auditing, mapping and then helping brands use their audio assets to provide insights to clients into the ROI on sound-based assets. All of the client's advertising campaigns with audio can be Shazam-enabled, presenting different mobile experiences to consumers depending on the type of media or placement.
More from the Adrants Whitepaper Series. How do you measure digital advertising success? And how do you track and measure each digital channel to evaluate and optimize your digital advertising investments?
As a marketer, you know that understanding what drives customers to take action is critical to your advertising investments. With a flood of available metrics along the path to purchase, advertisers must wade through data in an attempt to understand the metrics that truly matter.
Download this whitepaper, Beyond Last Touch: Understanding Campaign Effectiveness, which will answer those questions and explain new attribution approaches and digital metrics that will help you track and and improve your online campaigns.
Justin Beegel, CEO of Infographic World -- yes, there is such a company -- has identified the top five mistakes companies make when creating infographic campaigns. And, of course, what you should do to avoid those mistakes.
According to Google, searches for infographics have increased 800% in the last two years. with so many infogrphics floating around out there, you might want to takes every possible step to insure yours stands out from the crowd.
Using social media to build brand awareness is a primary goal of most social media marketers. Hundreds of millions of people are talking, learning and engaging through social media channels. If you don't have a presence in social media, your company is missing what's become a fundamental communication channel in the marketing mix.
It's arguable that there isn't a single company or organization that doesn't have brand awareness as one of its core organizational goals. Social media has quickly become one the best ways to reach large audiences who are hungry for information and conversation. For professional communicators, having social media as a tool in the arsenal for building brand awareness is no longer a nice to have. It's a must have.
Download this Spreadfast report, Social Media Quick Guide: Building Brand Awareness, now to make sure you're properly using social media to build your brand.
Since the advent of YouTube, and even before, online video has become (or most certainly should become) an integral component of every marketer's tool kit. Why? Because people are visual, they like to be entertained and when they want the answer to a question, they don't want to work too hard to get it. Video delivers on all three fronts.
Check out video usage stats from comScore, eMarketer and Internet Retailer and six ways you use video on your brand's site to improve ROI here.
Blogging. For one contingent of marketers, pumping out posts on the company blog is their favorite part of the day; an opportunity to muse about industry news, highlight their product, and release creative fuel that is otherwise bottled up. For other marketers, blogging is the chore in the way of getting "more important" work accomplished. In other words, writing daily posts is an endless nuisance, like listening to "The Song That Never Ends."
Consider why you should be a member of the former group:
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- B2B marketers who use blogs generate 67% more leads per month than those who do not.
- B2C companies that blog generate 88% more leads per month than those who do not.
- 92% of companies who blog multiple times per day have acquired a customer from their blog.
- 57% of companies with a blog have acquired a customer from their blog.
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Smart marketers understand the many benefits of video -- increased engagement, increased time on site, increased click-through, increased conversion rate to name a few. As smartphone adoption increases placing a video camera in everyone's hands and services like Vine and Instagram make video sharing seamless, the amount of user-generated video has soared.
But how does a marketer crowdsource, capture, curate and leverage all this content? In this SparkReel whitepaper entitled How to Be Successful With User Generated Video, you will learn 10 ways your brand can encourage fans to create video and how to use those videos to support your brand's marketing goals.
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VigLink, a company that makes it easy for websites to automatically incorporate affiliate links within their content, is out with its VigLink Advertiser 50, a ranking of the top 50 brands ranked by their earnings per click. Earnings per Click, a VigLink metric, is defined as the average earnings a publisher receives for sending a click to an advertiser.
Topping the list is Nuance, a healthcare technology company that builds systems to help healthcare professionals and consumers manage their healthcare data. Second on the list, is GoPro, that awesome camera company that makes impossible-to-break, use-anywhere cameras.
Check out the full list here.
Here's a quick bit of help for you on a Friday. As part of our Adrants whitepaper series, we have for you a two page tip sheet from Spredfast entitled 10 Tip to Rock the Twittersphere. Even if you dub yourself a Twitter rock star, it can never hurt to brush up on your skills.
Download this tip sheet now to ensure every 140 character message resonates with your audience and impacts your brand in a positive way.