YouTube, owned by Google, has the right idea: investing into its content creators, giving them a space where they can considerably improve the quality of their videos, rivaling even television shows that come out of fully functioning studios. These higher quality videos may even lead to even more views. Every click from a YouTuber brings in precious ad revenue for YouTube, so these spaces will probably end up paying for themselves.
While the benefits of exploiting your database’s potential are well known, it’s critical that marketers ensure their data is clean, legal and ‘non-aggressive’ in the first place.
Over the last few years, online video has proven to be the most engaging and compelling form of content for social media users. Every major social network, from Facebook to Pinterest, has recently developed their own native video services and/or promoted video ads. Let’s go through each social network and learn why marketers should go for video content to boost their 2015 social media campaign.
This week we’ve curated our five of the best apps for social media. They’re our favourite apps that all social media managers will love.
There are two critical steps to creating a content strategy that helps your brand get noticed and converts: developing buyer personas AND determining what questions they will ask at each stage of the sales cycle.