The first thing most people do when a video comes across their social media platform of choice is to check the timestamp. If it’s too long, they’ll decide that it isn’t worth spending time on and move on.
Attention spans are getting shorter – less than that of a goldfish according to some studies.[…]
Memes are everywhere. When something goes viral, it becomes the subject of everything from workplace conversation to actual news coverage, reaching thousands of consumers at once.
In an anthropological sense, the word “meme” (as coined by Richard Dawkins in 1976) is defined as a sharable cultural artifact which rapidly spreads through a culture.[…]
Despite the now bountiful ways to connect with your customer base, email marketing is still one of the most effective methods. Email marketing helps you build a base of customers, allowing you to engage with clients both old and new.[…]
If you’ve been anywhere online in the last month, you’ve probably heard about Netflix’s smash-hit series Stranger Things debuting its third season. Already, the show has broken several records, continuing to reign supreme for the streaming platform. In addition to making waves in the TV industry,[…]
Social media is a great marketing tool that some companies overlook. Although keeping your website up-to-date and active is important, it’s also vital to keep users engaged with your company through other means. Social media is a great way to do this,[…]
In this day and age, having a website for your company is absolutely essential for staying competitive and providing people with easy access to the latest information about your business. With the necessity being so high, it becomes increasingly important for your company not just to have a site,[…]
April Fools’ Day is the one day a year where it’s socially acceptable to glue quarters to sidewalks or replace the Oreo cream filling with toothpaste, providing some lighthearted enjoyment all around. It’s also a great marketing tool for companies and a perfect way to have a little fun on the job.[…]
The fundamental problem with sales and marketing presentations is that most companies focus on writing a PowerPoint (or other software) presentation. For a presentation to be effective and memorable, however, the focus has to be on the person presenting.
What Microsoft PowerPoint Was Created to Do
Microsoft developed PowerPoint in the computer age to replace projected film slides and transparencies.[…]
YouTube, Instagram video, Facebook live, Snapchat, Periscope, musical.ly. What do all of these things have in common? Any company or brand that wants to have a web presence must be on at least one of these platforms. Why? Because Content is king,[…]