Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn have been the quad frontrunners for our time and attention and effort for nearly five years now. And yet LinkedIn, the career network, may possess the possibility for the most tremendous growth and ROI through content marketing. If you aren’t yet using the platform to find leads, it’s high time to start – a recent report found that 94% of B2B influencers are creating content on LinkedIn.
Okay, it’s 2020, and social media platforms have now played a significant role in our interactive process for the better part of two decades. If you’ve not considered how your business can utilize social media for improved customer service and connection, it’s definitely time that you did, and the stats included in this infographic only reinforce the relevance of such.
Why Your Business Should Use Facebook Analytics Reports
Every company has a growth model that includes a set of goals to make it flourish; a goal defines a way to grow. To visualize this, the goal of an online store is purchases. For an app, your goal might be related to daily/weekly/monthly active users. Or your business goal might be related to social media shares, posts, and reactions.
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In this article, you’ll learn how to set up a multi-day Facebook ad campaign to automatically deliver time-sensitive offers.
Have your Facebook ads stopped working? Wondering what needs to change?
To explore a new approach to Facebook ads strategy, I interview Nicholas Kusmich on the Social Media Marketing Podcast.
Nicholas is a Facebook ads strategist with H2H Media Group. He hosts the Accelerated Results podcast and is the author of Give: The Ultimate Guide to Using Facebook Advertising to Generate More Leads, More Clients, and Massive ROI.
Customer acquisition is no longer what it used to be. According to HubSpot’s research, 81% of consumers trust the advice of family and friends over that from businesses. People are becoming less responsive to traditional advertising and marketing, making it even more challenging for businesses to gain new customers.