YouTube: Why your videos don’t get views

YouTube: Why your videos don’t get views

Many video creators regard the YouTube algorithm as a higher power that rules overview counts, completely outside of their control. They believe there’s no understanding of how the YouTube algorithm works. It’s one of the platform’s most carefully guarded secrets, after all. Except it isn’t.

Copywriting, your business secret weapon

Copywriting, your business secret weapon

There’s a reason copywriting is so intimidating for most marketers. It’s due to the fact that copywriting is the reason why people buy something. Copywriting is the text that makes somebody stop thinking, “I can live without it” and start thinking, “Why am I living without it?” That’s a lot of pressure to put on a series of words.

Use social media to improve customer service

Use social media to improve customer service

These days, social media interactions can make or break a business. Multiple studies have shown that the majority of consumers now expect a response from a brand on Twitter within an hour. And on Facebook the expectations are similar, about 42% of customers also expecting a response within one hour of posting.

How to build a solid CRM machine

How to build a solid CRM machine

Nowadays, having a comprehensive marketing communication stream is one of the cornerstones of good business. It’s an essential ingredient in order to conquer customers’ hearts and win their loyalty. Taking the first steps in the digital marketing world can be extremely challenging, but it’s a very fruitful path. To succeed in this task, here are few rules to guide you on your path to building a solid CRM.

Context, the missing ingredient of your social media

Context, the missing ingredient of your social media

With social media engagement hovering below 0.1% and organic social visibility in a continuous decline, social media might not seem like the lucrative marketing channel it once was. While social media reach may be declining, your customers are still relying on these platforms to help them find information and connect with brands. So, we have to figure out how to reach them in a landscape that’s working against us. We have to make social work for us in a different way. Part of this starts with the content itself. How do we give our audience something that interests them, that stands out, that captures their attention, all while adhering to character limits? We add context! Here are a few ways you can do just that!   More than a headline You just copy the post title and throw it into a social update. Easy enough right? The problem with this is it can be so boring! In most cases, it doesn’t sell the post and it certainly doesn’t encourage people to click. Instead of just sharing the headline, consider the following:   Quotes: Whether it’s a quote shared within the piece or a sentence that captured your attention, use call outs in your update. Statistics: Statistics are a great way to make a point and/or support an idea. On top of that, they tend to draw people’s attention. Have a stat within your content that is intriguing? Use that in your social updates. Challenges and solutions: Is your content solving someone’s problem? Then lead with that. Tell your audience what the challenge is and how your content is helping...
Google Search, Display or Shopping: What’s best for your e-shop?

Google Search, Display or Shopping: What’s best for your e-shop?

Paid Google search offers your company incredible power, allowing you to jump straight in front of the people most vital to your business. It has the potential to help you forge instant connections with new customers and build stronger relationships with existing ones, letting you get the word out about your brand and your products faster.