You’ve done everything you can from installing all the right tools, doing your keyword research, auditing, refreshing or rebuilding your website, reviewing your content strategy and doing your Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and your Pay Per Click (PPC).
Increase traffic to your website! One of the biggest issues we hear from clients who come to us is that they just don’t have enough traffic to their website. This may be because their site is very beautiful and the designers were great at creating a good looking website. But when it comes down to […]
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As it’s already August, we’re preparing for what autumn and winter have in store here at Clever Marketing. The summer seems to have gone by in a flash, so we thought it would be a great idea to round up our favourite social media marketing campaigns of recent months. How many would you agree with?
There’s no denying that Twitter is a fantastic social platform for brands of any size, particularly small or new businesses trying to make a name for themselves. It opens up a world of promotional and networking opportunities, and the best part? It’s free. However, it’s not enough to simply open a Twitter account and post […]
If there were ever evidence needed that the social media world moves quickly, video livestreaming apps Periscope and Meerkat are it. Both have sprung up out of the blue in the last few weeks alone, and have been causing a frenetic furore online about what they mean for social media marketing.
How social is your business? You might be on Facebook and Twitter, but the opportunity many companies are missing out on is Instagram. Owned by Facebook, the social photo sharing network now has over 200 million active users, making it one of the 10 most popular smartphone apps. Visual content is set to drive social engagement in a big way next year, positioning Instagram as one of the most powerful platforms for businesses to be part of.
When I say social media, what do you think of? Instagram, Twitter, Facebook? Maybe even Vine and YouTube? You probably don’t think about LinkedIn. Traditionally a platform for Silicon Valley professionals, in the past it has been used for recruitment and self-promotion rather than any kind of brand marketing.
Ten years ago, all of the big brands were using high budget celebrities to market and promote their products. These days, you’re much more likely to see a completely different type of brand ambassador at the helm; and you’ve probably never heard of them.
As a marketing professional, you’ll know that Twitter has long outgrown its original identity as a platform exclusively for celebrities, and has transformed into a powerful marketing tool for brands. Having gone from strength to strength in its eight year lifespan, an impressive 500 million tweets are now sent on an average day. It’s obvious that Twitter isn’t going anywhere, and brands who are yet to embrace it are missing key promotional opportunities.