Whatever your industry, in order to break through the online “noise,” sometimes you need to think outside the box to create impactful visual content. Sometimes you may also need to think beyond the usual social media channels and online venues to share your content.
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The “rising tide affect” phenomenon occurs when people encounter your brand in more than one social channel and “touch” your brand in a desirable action. The actual social channel responsible for the desired action is usually not measurable. Consider that most buyers/consumers may experience your brand across multiple digital assets including one or more social media channels. The person may have clicked to your Facebook page through a Tweet, a website page, an email, a verbal recommendation or from some other referring source.
Marketing executives have more choices than ever to reach their target audience including offline channels such as print, television, radio and events, and online choices include owned web assets, social media and mobile. How does a marketer integrate all these channels in measurable and effective ways?
The frenetic pace of new social media marketing announcements is enough to make your head spin. So, I’m highlighting three recent social media marketing trends that marketers should pay attention to.