Facebook Marketing

 

Let your potential clients know why they should have a Facebook marketing campaign and why your company is the best option for the job. Be concise here but informative, and highlight your company’s strengths and accomplishments. Using images is a good way to convey information as well, or show a photo of your staff. Facebook is one of the most popular social media platforms in the world, with more than 1.6 billion users. And people like to spend a lot of time on it, whether all at once or periodically throughout the day. This means there are billions and billions of eyes constantly scrolling through posts, videos, photos, status updates, and, yes, advertisements.

 

Instagram Marketing

 

An Instagram marketing campaign is a marketing campaign that takes place on… you guessed it, Instagram! Basically, it involves businesses sharing content on their Instagram feeds with the intention of achieving a marketing objective. That objective can be broad, like increasing brand awareness, or it can be specific, like generating sales leads for a new product. In either case, the goal is to generate a ton of interest in a concentrated amount of time — and oftentimes, the best way to do this is by sharing interesting, creative, and totally awesome content! One of the most common indicators of an Instagram marketing campaign is a branded hashtag, which helps tie everything together in the app.

 

LinkedIn Marketing

 

Over 9 million companies have company pages on LinkedIn. There could be many benefits of having a company page. A company page on LinkedIn may give you a ready-made platform for telling your company story. You can list your products and services, your specialties, as well as company events. A company page may help you attract followers who are interested in buying your products and services. And, it may give you the opportunity to engage with your followers. You can also ask your customers to post recommendations or positive reviews of your products or services, which could help in influencing prospective customers. What’s more, you can share jobs and other career opportunities that may help you attract talent.

 

Pinterest Marketing

 

Pinterest is filled with inspiring, actionable ideas. People use Pinterest to discover and save ideas. Ideas can take lots of forms, from recipes to renovation projects to the perfect pair of shoes. Every idea is represented by a “Pin” that includes an image, a description and a link back to the image’s source online. When people click a Pin’s URL they can find out more about the idea and act on it. Both Pinners and businesses bring content to Pinterest. People can add anything they like from any website using our browser extensions and the Save button. Once we adds a Pin, other people will start to see that Pin in their home feed and search results. Businesses also create their own Pins to highlight products, build brand awareness and increase sales.

 

Twitter Marketing

 

Twitter is an online news and social networking service where users post and interact with messages, called “tweets.” Registered users can post tweets, but those who are unregistered can only read them. Users access Twitter through its website interface, Short Message Service (SMS) or mobile device application software (“app”). In 2013, it was one of the ten most-visited websites and has been described as “the SMS of the Internet”. Thousands of people advertise their recruiting services, their consulting businesses, their retail stores by using Twitter. And it does work. The modern internet-savvy user is tired of a television advertisement. People today prefer advertising that is faster, less intrusive, and can be turned on or off at will… and Twitter is exactly that. If you learn how the nuances of tweeting work, you can get good advertising results by using Twitter.

 

YouTube Marketing

 

YouTube Marketing is an essential strategy to take advantage of the web’s massive shift toward video. That’s why it’s so important to learn and test some strategies and to get help from Digital Organics. Today, YouTube reaches more consumers between the ages of 18 and 49 than any cable network. The combined meteoric rise of video content and YouTube’s dominance has turned YouTube into one of the top three digital marketing channels in the world. We are one of the few agencies who predicted YouTube’s emergence as a major marketing platform, and we’ve had the pleasure of driving highly successful YouTube marketing strategies for clients in several industries. Our teams of marketing strategists are uniquely positioned to help your brand design and deploy a strategy that turns YouTube into a significant business growth driver.