What can marketing experts and business owners take away from the evolution of Valentine’s Day? It’s all about the emotional connection.
Happy new year, everyone! Well, technically we’re almost a month into 2019 now. But it’s not too late to reflect on 2018 to know what to work on in 2019.
We all have times when we’re on a tight budget. And let’s face it, most people are going to visit Facebook way more often than they’ll visit your website. After all, Facebook has 2.2 billion monthly active users.
So your website doesn’t show up well in Google, and you’ve hired an SEO firm to help fix that. You’re paying them the big bucks, perhaps thousands a month. But you’ve been paying them for several months now and haven’t yet seen any increase in website traffic or business.
Should you be worried?
Facebook is a great way to spread the word about an event for your organization. But as with anything else on social media, you want to make sure you include the right information to make your event a success. Here are some best practices that can help you maximize effectiveness for promoting your event on Facebook.
Online video is here to stay, and YouTube is the premier social platform for digital marketing with videos. More than 500 million hours of video are watched on YouTube each day, and that stat is already a few years old! And as early as 2011, 85.3% of US Internet users viewed videos online
Are you a hard-core Oklahoma City lover? Also, do you love Instagram? At T&S, we love our community and exploring all the great sites and sounds the metro has to offer. Plus, we’re kinda obsessed with social media.