The sheer volume of content available online means that many businesses and agencies are struggling to compete, to reach their audience and present their experience, expertise and insights to the people they want to see it – their potential customers and clients.
If you’re worried that you will never be president because you can’t fit your thoughts into less than 140 characters, you no longer need to worry! The world and his dog probably knows by now that Twitter has doubled its character limit to 280, giving people twice the elbow room to share their opinions (or insult other world leaders). But what does it mean for marketers? We take a look…
With 1 billion websites on the World Wide Web, the internet is a daunting place, and you’d be excused for thinking there is no point in your small business putting in the time and effort of adding to the noise by creating loads more content. What makes it worse is the fact that there seems to be a thousand and one people selling you a template fix for your business’s very specific visibility issues. But there are ways you can avoid simply adding to the noise and really make your SME stand out from the crowd. So here is a checklist to help you get on your way.
You may have seen it in the news this week: Irish bloggers will now have to openly and immediately declare that content they are writing on behalf of a brand, and for which they are being paid, is in fact, an advertisement.
First things first – by ‘C word’, we mean Christmas (If you thought it meant something else, your mind is not as pure as the driven snow). Yes, it’s that time of the year again when consumers are frantically looking around for presents to buy and places they can spend their hard-earned cash. Forget the sleigh bells and the chestnuts roasting on the open fire – to put it bluntly, it’s a capitalist holiday, and any business, whether e-commerce or traditional, that wants to bring in customers, needs to get serious about attracting them through social media channels.