BMW borrows Snapchat’s five-second visual strategy for their unique, addictive holiday greeting tool.
As 2014 comes to a close, we reflect on the incredible knowledge shared on the Social Pros Podcast. In December, we heard from MarketingProfs’ internal marketing expert; high-end realty company Corcoran Group; and Gartner’s digital marketing researcher. These Social Pros operate on different levels in very different fields. As always, their experiences are as varied as […]
Guy Kawasaki, Chief Evangelist at Canva and author, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week along with Peg Fitzpatrick, Head of Social Strategy at Canva and author, to discuss optimizing your social media profile, how to get your content shared over and over, and the many tidbits of information they share in their new book: The Art of Social Media: Power Tips for Power Users.
Matt Gentile, Director of Social Media at Century 21, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss how his team helps support more than 103,000 agents and their businesses, driving engagement with Century 21’s customers worldwide, and how to maintain a nimble team in order to take advantage of real-time marketing opportunities.
Jon Loomer, Owner of Jon Loomer Digital, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss his expertise in the ever-changing world of Facebook ads, the different options for paid media on Facebook, and the specifics of the advanced techniques he uses to create successful Facebook advertising campaigns.
You can’t just throw your content out into the world and wait for thousands of likes and shares. If you want your content succeed, you should remember the fact that all social media networks are different: They have different audiences with different interests and needs. Learn how to optimize your writing for each social network by figuring out whom you are going to share your content with.
Dave Murray, Social Media Manager at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, joins the Social Pros Podcast this week to discuss integrating social media marketing with traditional marketing, how his team manages content for 19 different social media channels, and personalizing what can otherwise be a monolithic or unknowable company.
Few marketers would use the term “child’s play” to describe traditional marketing techniques. Elegant print ads, emotional commercial placements, and paid celebrity endorsements are reliable tactics that sway the savvy, older consumer. But with Generation Z — consumers born after 1990 — making up 25.9 percent of the population and contributing $44 billion to the […]