Facebook has well over a billion users, which makes it one of the most obvious places to place an online ad. There are also several different options when it comes to choosing a Facebook ad, which can then be tailored to suit the type of audience you are trying to reach. The ad options include Marketplace Ads, Page Post Ads, Sponsored Stories and Promoted Posts.
Marketplace Ads are typically the type of ad many small companies advertising on Facebook for the first time will choose. A Marketplace Ad is displayed on the right hand sidebar of a Facebook user’s newsfeed. Advertisers can decide where ad clicks lead to, which can range from a company page on Facebook or to an official website. Marketplace Ads can be targeted at Facebook users who live in a particular area, or at users that have interests that are relevant to what you are advertising. There are 25 characters to play with when creating a headline for your ad, and 90 characters for the description.
Page Post Ads
Page Post Ads appear in the same place as posts from your friends, and as well links and photos, videos can be included. Because Page …
In a world of digital marketing, when was the last time you considered PR? I mean real good, old-fashioned, solid PR, not content marketing, blog posts, or social media, where your company brand gets mentioned a couple of times.
Whether your company is online, or a bricks and mortar establishment, it should still play a large part in building a company reputation which puts your brand on the top of the pile.
Reputation is Still Everything
Industrial leaders’ continuously state reputation is the first thing they consider when viewing different businesses. Over and above financial performance, and company assets, a company’s solid reputation can have a major effect when expanding existing, or opening new markets.
A good reputation opens doors to additional funding, attracting investment, and allowing superior value for both goods and services. Reputation also has a major effect on recruitment of both graduate and shop floor staff. There is a sense of pride when asked where they are employed, and staff moral is generally higher working for a company of high repute.
Whether your company is small, medium, or large; local, national, or international; good public relations can make a massive difference and provide untold benefits.
Your testimonials page is one of the most powerful and influential pages on your website. This is the part where people say how great your product or service is. But the question is, how can you use your social media testimonials effectively? Let’s look at some of the best ways to collect reviews and encourage more positive feedback from your followers.
Use LinkedIn Recommendations
This social media site is a great source of reviews and recommendations. If you’re a freelancer, entrepreneur, or you own a company with many employees, then you should be using LinkedIn to collect recommendations from the customers you work with. With their permission, you can post their recommendations on your website at the testimonials page or create a dedicated page that features customer reviews.
YouTube Video Reviews
YouTube is another excellent social media platform that allows companies to post a video of their customers talking about their services or products. You should encourage your followers to add their videos about your brand along with a link that connects to your website. It’s also possible to store multiple video reviews of your fans on your YouTube channel. This is a great way of letting people exchange their …
Remarketing vis-à-vis its current online-marketing definition is the process where a user leaves your website and then sees adverts for your website and your product on other people’s websites via their affiliate advertising. For example, you visit a website selling hair clippers, you leave that site to read a website on rabbit illnesses, and on the website’s affiliate adverts you see ads for hair clippers.
Gently Remind The Consumer That They Want Your Product
Some do not understand why affiliate advertising should show products that a user has already seen. For example, if a user looks at the DVD for Family Guy Season 13 and decides not to buy, why bother advertising it on affiliate adverts on other websites?
The reason is that that person may not have reached a solid “no.” That user may have forgotten they were looking for that DVD, or may have come away because they were worried about money, or a whole host of other reasons. Reminding your user about the product may help remind and/or convince that person to buy.
Show Your Consumer Your Alternatives
If you are trying remarketing, then show alternatives too. If the user was looking for the DVD box set …