While I planned on starting a marketing company that focused heavily on writing services, I didn’t foresee the interest in businesses outsourcing their social media management. Today, social media management and content creation is a significant part of my business. In turn, they’ve led to additional writing opportunities. Offering an array of services as a marketing company allows me to present a full-service front to my audience.
Social media is a powerful marketing tool for your business, but you still need a website today. Your website is your home on the internet, your front door to customers and prospects everywhere. It helps visitors learn more about your company and how you can help them.
In our last post of 2017, guest blogger Tanya Sen shared Why Influencer Engagement is Important in Digital Marketing. Partnering with an influencer can boost your digital marketing efforts, but you need to put together a plan before diving into a relationship. A Partnership Made in Heaven… or Not The success of your influencer marketingContinue reading “How To Find the Right Influencer For Your Brand”
It’s that time of year: everyone is publishing their thoughts on the next big things in marketing. We’ve been keeping an eye on a number of projected trends for 2018 and year-end reviews from 2017. Here’s our take on how your business can capitalize. More Quality, Less Quantity (We’re hoping) 2018 is the year thatContinue reading “3 Ways To Capitalize on Marketing Trends in 2018”
Google social media etiquette, and you’ll retrieve over 4,000,000 results (at the time of this writing). Clearly, it’s a topic that resonates with people, and in the ever-changing, real-time realm of social media, it’s easy to understand why people are confused on what’s appropriate and what’s not. Throw in trying to balance personal and business accounts on aContinue reading “Understanding Social Media Etiquette with Real-World Scenarios”
A stat from a recent article on content marketing caught our eye. “Consumers engage with 11.4 pieces of content on average prior to making a purchase.” In the B2B world, buying journeys tend to run longer anyway, but consumers (B2B and B2C) are doing their homework these days. Studies show that 70-80% of people research aContinue reading “Content Marketing: A Crucial Component of the Customer Experience”
The power of social media is impressive, but it can’t (or shouldn’t) do everything for your company or brand. Other areas need to carry their own weight too. Here are four things that social media can’t do for your brand: Fix a bad product—Product is king, at least in the sense that any advertising orContinue reading “4 Things That Social Media Can’t (or Shouldn’t) Do”
At CCC, we’re big believers in the power of social media and the value that it can provide to your brand. However, you need to understand the darker side of social so you’re prepared for anything that could go wrong or reflect your brand in a negative light. Recently I was on Twitter and noticedContinue reading “The Dark Side of Social: How to Respond When Things Go Wrong”
Whatever your background, we’re all Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s how to share the spirit of this holiday with your business family: Throw an Irish potluck — Ask employees to bring their favorite Irish-themed foods for a festive event in the office. If you’re throwing a last-minute shindig, order in from your favorite Irish restaurant.Continue reading “Share the Luck of the Irish with Your Clients & Employees”
I’m voting for Frank Underwood for President in 2016, and here’s why: House of Cards is winning the marketing game. I'm in, Mr. President. #FU2016 ✔ Well done, @HouseofCards. 👌 #socialmedia #integratedmarketing pic.twitter.com/uD1T7ajq5y — Jaime Shine 💬 Marketer | Writer (@jaimeshine) February 29, 2016 The trailblazing show has launched an integrated marketing campaign to supportContinue reading “How House of Cards is Winning the Marketing Game”