Econsultancy

  • Insta-Famous, or the Anxiety of Influence

    … James Charles. Basically it’s come down to this: Magazines feel like institutions, while influencers are real people, relatable individuals, virtual friends. We identify with and admire the influencers we chose. And we become loyal followers. + ❤ = Authenticity converts to trust. We feel like they know these influencers. We come to trust digital…

    Inside Facebookin Social YouTube- 20 readers -
  • Why Brand Loyalty Hinges on Social Media Engagement

    … company succeed. Trust us: They’re out there and want the recognition. Use Twitter chats to create a community Building brand loyalty all starts with conversation. Luckily, social media engagement requires the same thing. A great way to mix the two is through Twitter chats. There, you can connect other industry people, peers or the brand itself…

    AllFacebookin Social Twitter- 24 readers -
  • The Rise of People-Based Marketing and Advertising

    …. But it has some incredible advantages over typical targeting and segmentation processes. Signal and Econsultancy surveyed 358 senior North American brand marketers and agency media buyers to understand the impact and future of addressable media within their organizations. We discovered that advertisers are ready to increase their investments…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 18 readers -
  • Retargeting: Your Creepy Online Friend

    … or reset them. People often forget that advertisers are very much aligned with internet users in that we don’t want to serve ads that won’t be effective. So what makes an ad effective – from the consumer’s perspective? Christopher Ratcliff, deputy editor at Econsultancy, offers some perspective there: Ads should be for the individual…

    Mary C. Long/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook Retargeting- 24 readers -
  • The Harmful Effects of Misleading Website Visitors and How to Avoid

    … While not always intentional, misleading information can have significant consequences. Even something as seemingly innocent as a joke could result in injury and death, which is why it is essential to always provide clear information. The innate problem with misleading statements is that they’re not always apparent. A personal or business…

    ReveNewsin Google How To's- 15 readers -
  • Top 3 Startup Productized Business Strategies

    … Many entrepreneurs, motivated by the freedom of being their own boss, or looking at the significantly higher earning potential which running an online business can offer, have embarked upon an internet-based business model where multiple customers, which consequently also creates multiple income streams, are offered a pre-packaged, flat rate…

    ReveNewsin Social SEO EMail Google- 22 readers -
  • The Marketing Impact of First-Party versus Third-Party Data

    … and owned by your organization. It can be proprietary data like customer survey results and purchasing data. Third-party data is collected by an other organization and either purchased in its entirety, appended to your current customer data, or available through third-party apps. Issues often arise with the accuracy and timeliness of third party data…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 26 readers -
  • How to Get a Bigger Content Budget in 2015

    … wishful thinking. Research from the Content Marketing Institute suggests the most effective marketers are the ones with the most resources. The most effective B2C marketers allocate 29 percent of their marketing budget on content, while the least effective allocate only 17 percent. In B2B, the difference is more drastic, with the most effective…

    Celine Roque/ The Content Strategistin Content How To's- 40 readers -
  • Letting Go: Why Brands Should Embrace Freelance Storytellers

    … It’s no secret brands like to control their marketing messages as much as possible. And, that vice grip on branded creativity continues to get tighter. The Wall Street Journal reports Apple is among many big name brands changing their marketing operations from agencies to in-house creative departments. Fifty-six percent of brands now operate…

    Natalie Burg/ The Content Strategist- 15 readers -
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