Your most vital competitors are a source of extremely valuable information. Ideally, it's useful to know everything about your competitor's strategies, successes, and weak points. But the only thing immediately available is their product. And we (as business owners and marketers ourselves) know all too well that an excellent product is not enough. So what do we do to find out the rest of the story? We spy, and we use the almighty Internet for that (no, you don't just google the competitor's company - that's weak).
We know that traditional marketing is largely based on social psychology, but it isn’t often clear what psychological methods marketers should apply in SMM, and how they should do that. It’s a shame to miss out on this kind of influence since Social Media magnifies psychological traits, making psychological methods often more effective than they are offline. In this post, we’ll look at things to keep in mind when coming up with the content you post on Social Media.
Social media has played a central role in people's lives for many, many years now. It changed the way people acquire information and shook the world of marketing to its core. Yet many business owners and skeptical marketers are only starting to catch up. Better late than even later. Admittedly, though, there is a good reason for doubting Social Media Marketing: it brings many questions with it.
You didn't know that, but there are actually a number of ways to create an alert in Awario. When you log in, you see the most straightforward way. It is simple, but not always perfect. Today we want to explain to you how to create an alert that brings back the data you want. Let’s explore the wizard for creating alerts in Awario together.
Social media advertising has been successfully embraced by creative social media marketers. They ensure their brand can’t possibly be missed on social. It’s done through continuous customer engagement, tweeting fun and/or useful content, commenting, sharing, and directly asking users to join the community. This post will provide you with truly glorious examples of how the cool guys win over the social media users’ hearts (and wallets).
Social media platforms are overwhelming and confusing. If you haven't thought they are, consider this: there is a big four: Facebook, Twitter, Google +, YouTube; simply massive ones: Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Reddit, Tumblr; smaller, but still with a larger number of users than most countries: Snapchat, Vine, Quora; local ones: Qzone, RenRen, VK, Odnoklassniki, Line; niche ones: Badoo (for dating), Kaboodle (similar to Pinterest), GoodReads (for book lovers), etcetera. And there are MANY more.