How do you determine whether or not your last trade show social media marketing campaign was effective? Is it the number of likes, shares or impressions? Or is it the number of high quality leads you collect in your booth? In this article we discuss ways to measure your campaigns.
Category: Digital Marketing
When it comes to B2B marketing, LinkedIn is everyone’s go-to social network. But this can be a dangerous misconception that may result in misspent marketing dollars and lost leads. Especially when Twitter tends to be the go-to platform for a select niche of business users who want to stay abreast of timely happenings.
Are you worried that social media fame is all about trickery and amassing a bunch of fake followers? The following do’s and don’ts will help you find a healthy balance between slow-but-steady organic channel growth and natural-looking, accelerated social automation.
Marketers have been consistently increasingly their email marketing budgets over the past five years. The reason? Email marketing continues to have a return on investment that is four times higher than social media, direct mail, or pay-per-click advertising. The key is to ensure that your messaging and targeting are getting you in front of people who are genuinely interested in your content. That’s best achieved by observing these four steps.
We all know demos are a wonderful way to get attention at a trade show and showcase your products. However, sometimes it is not practical to bring your products to the show or maybe they are not easy to demo. What do you do then? Here are some ideas on how you can use technology to give your product or service the stopping power it deserves.
In this second in a series of campaign tracking tips, we explain two common digital marketing metrics that exhibit managers fail to track, and how to add and benefit from them in your own campaign efforts.