We all have a limited amount of time, so how can you make the most of it? It is easy to lose hours scouring the internet for the best marketing strategies. With so much information available at our fingertips, it can be hard to separate the relevant from the irrelevant. Luckily, we have several ways to absorb information these days with podcasts being one of the best. Take advantage of your commute to and from work to stay up to date on the latest marketing information from one of these top marketing podcasts. It is always good to get a variety of perspectives. Save some time and tune in to one of these prominent marketing podcasts this week.
Here we go again. May the 4th be with you! This fun social media holiday sensation has been making a splash for many years now and is celebrated around the world. The Star Wars films and franchises have been incredibly successful over the years despite storyline criticisms. Without a doubt, it is one of the most successful franchises of all time raking in over $7 billion dollars in just a single year! That’s a pretty attractive figure, so how can we spread the wealth? Check out the lessons we can learn from Star Wars and how to replicate their successes for your own business.
According to LoSasso Marketing, social media should be taking up a considerable amount of your marketing budget in 2021. With the effects of the pandemic still at large, 76% of people say they have increased their phone usage and 45% say they’ve increased their computer usage. People are more plugged in than ever, and even though social media has become an even bigger part of life as individuals work to stay connected to family, friends, and coworkers, companies will need to work smart to get their consumers’ attention. Be sure to consider these 2021 social media behavioral predictions and trends to make the most of your marketing dollars.
2020 taught us that our world can change in the blink of an eye, but it also revealed how adaptive we can be. The pandemic forced many companies to step back and reexamine their marketing efforts as the focus drastically shifted from brick and mortar shopping to even greater online consumption. Not only that, but also newer capabilities such as live virtual events, appointments, and shopping assist became essential. How long these recent services will remain an integral part of business and marketing is yet to be seen, but from the looks of things, they are here to stay. Consumers have now become accustomed to these amenities along with the increasingly hyperfocused and personalized advertising businesses utilized to get their piece of the pie. The business and marketing world has quickly pivoted to adjust to the demands of the current climate and consumer demands. Check out these incredible B2B marketing stats and trends that have resulted from the new normal.
Have you ever heard it said that people remember 20% of what they hear, 30% of what they see, and 70% of what they can see AND hear? Investing in quality pieces that are pleasing to the eye and ear are worth it. Just think – 8 billion videos are watched on Facebook every day! That’s a lot of content, but if you do it, and do it well, people will pay attention. Videos are gaining a larger and larger chunk of consumer attention, but that doesn’t mean images and text are going away. Text paired with images is still hugely impactful in gaining the eye of your consumer. Check out the social media and content marketing stats below to see consumer trends and make your plan for 2021.
We may never fully understand just how much the COVID-19 pandemic and politics of 2020 have impacted the world, our nation, and ourselves. Remote work is believed to increase 300% from pre-2020 levels. Not only that, but certain aspects of how we view the world, our lives, and our consumption habits have shifted. Truth and transparency have become highly important commodities, social media influencers have grown their impact significantly, and hybrid user experiences such as virtual live concerts are becoming the latest trend. Check out these few ways 2021 marketing has shifted to accommodate the new normal.
2020 has finally come to a close. What a year it has been. Lots of change! What have we learned? How have things changed for our industry over the Covid19 pandemic, and how will we move forward in this new environment? Check out the infographic to see the latest data on digital consumer behavior so you can make sure your 2021 plans are on track.
Life has changed for America and most of the world in the last few months. More than 100,000 businesses have closed forever as the nation’s pandemic toll escalates – The Washington Post, May 12, 2020. As businesses struggle to adapt to a world with Corona, marketing strategies have also had to pivot. Lifestyles have changed. Employees are adjusting to working from home which has its challenges especially when some schools have chosen distance learning. Check out these stats on who’s working from home. Click the infographic to find additional stats on COVID’s effect on businesses in the U.S.
2020 has been an interesting year, to say the least. The world has had to adjust to more time at home and much more structured social rules when venturing out. The novel coronavirus has the nation scrambling with businesses quickly trying to adjust their strategies just to stay afloat. With consumers’ lives shifting so dramatically, companies have had to rethink how best to reach them. Marketing trends have shifted to accommodate a world pandemic. See how companies have pivoted their content marketing strategies to meet consumer needs in today’s environment.
Social image dimensions got you down? Not for long! Check out this handy infographic that shows all the dimension specs you need to know to make sure your images show up exactly as intended across all your social media platforms. It’s worth the bookmark!