Category Marketing

All businesses are suffering from the effects of COVID-19. However, the travel and hospitality industries are hit especially hard. Coronavirus has made a huge impact on restaurants and hotels. Here are 7 tips for hospitality marketing during the Coronavirus.
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Animated marketing videos can play a pivotal role in your marketing mix. They must be crafted in meaningful and creative ways to attract and entice your customers. Here are several factors to keep in mind to create well-defined, targeted, high-quality, animated marketing videos.
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2020 is around the corner and, in terms of web design, minimalism seems to be the major trend. You can play with various elements, such as fonts, the background or even the navigation bar to incorporate minimalism into your design. Here are six website design trends to keep in mind for 2020.
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Most SEO tools are designed for specific purposes. Create an optimal SEO toolkit to best suit your needs. This will often involve 3-4 different options. To help determine which are best for you, here are nine of the best SEO tools designed to make analysis, implementation, and reporting easier.
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Like all businesses, law firms and lawyers must employ targeted law firm marketing strategies in order to succeed. If you’re not coming up online, your competitors are. Here are nine useful digital marketing tactics that make your law firm’s marketing strategy more effective.
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You’d be hard-pressed to list more than a few companies that don’t have any presence on social media, and a large percentage are very active on Facebook. If you are one of the few businesses that ditched all Facebook marketing efforts, here are some of the repercussions you might face over time.
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Social media can now make-or-break a restaurant. Building followers and engagement on Instagram is a long-term process. Here are three things restaurants can do right now to see impressive results: implement strategic geotags, reach out to local food influencers, and use first-comment hashtags.
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“Growth hacking” is a popular term these days. For many, though, it’s easier said than done. When it comes to social media, several tried-and-true public relations practices can create effective growth hacking strategies. Here are three key public relations tactics that can help lead to significant growth on social media.
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You’ve probably heard organic reach on Facebook is dead. Facebook makes money from advertisers, so they want businesses to run ads. While Facebook curtailed the reach you get from standard posts, Facebook Live and Facebook Stories allow marketers to still attain a strong organic reach.
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Marketing to millennials can be tricky. These 17–36-year-olds are 2.5x more likely than other generations to be early adopters when it comes to technology. They’re also, of course, connected—to the internet, to their devices, to social media platforms. 
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The customer journey reveals a lot. But marketing is not linear, as funnels and even customer journey maps fail to account for the way sales happen. Marketing hourglasses come closer to understanding the interconnections, but the buying process is really more of a loop.
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