Pinterest is the image-pinning site where over 200 million monthly users access to plan their weddings, discover recipes, follow home improvement tutorials and so much more.
Facebook is considered to be one of the most powerful social media networks today. As of the 1st quarter of 2018, the platform has already recorded more than 2.20 billion monthly users worldwide. It also isn’t surprising to know that a huge portion of the number, 50 million to be exact, are business pages.
Publishing infographics helps drive traffic to your website because you see snippets of information and a visual presentation of data. But, today, it seems that it’s no longer the case. As content marketing becomes more image-centric, everyone is creating infographics and getting yours noticed maybe more difficult than before.
It was in 2017 when Facebook allowed ad placements on Messenger. Since then, marketers are able to bring their brand to where conversations happen. In the Philippines, FB messenger is the 3rd most used app with almost 30M users. In fact, an increasing number of major brands have successfully adopted Messenger ads into their marketing strategy.
There are countless of ways to go viral. But, there’s one effective tool to create noise and draw attention to your brand: Thunderclap, the first-ever crowdspeaking platform allows you to launch a campaign and amplify your message on social media.
If you’re considering using this tool on your social media marketing strategy, then you should know the fundamentals of launching a Thunderclap campaign.
Getting yourself a website is a big step in marketing your brand, but monitoring its performance and analyzing how to improve its ranking is another story.
If you have already done your research on how to track data on your website, you probably have come across Google Analytics. But what does this tool exactly do?
Pretty much any big business today manages multiple social media channels, and they all understand that the task can be both overwhelming and frustrating.
Fortunately, there are tools that can assist you with your social media campaigns. These are designed to make life easier for brands and to help them achieve their goals. And the best part -- some of them are free!