7 Social Media Marketing Myths Debunked

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Despite what some may have thought a few years ago, social media marketing has undeniably become a major factor in digital marketing. Regardless of your business type, it’s one of the easiest ways to find, contact and convert potential customers. Any company can effectively use social media for their marketing activities, whether it’s maintaining a brand presence, creating brand awareness or to simply show off your product.

It’s often worth ensuring that your employees understand how social media works with all their nuances before deciding on a marketing strategy. Even with all the benefits of social media marketing, there are a few myths we’d like to clear up. Continue reading

Digital Marketing Metrics You Need To Start Measuring

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Modern day marketing is mostly data driven, especially in terms of Digital Marketing. And with the ability to measure, track and attribute everything, there really is no reason to do anything ‘on-the-fly’.

Web analytics tools, for example, collect and report data on how people interact and engage with your website. Understanding these metrics enables you to identify your most effective marketing channels and help you gain a competitive advantage. Continue reading

Common Types of Market Segmentation – Part 2

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Market segmentation is a process of dividing the market of potential customers into different groups based on certain characteristics. In fact, it was first used in the late1900’s and is essential for any successful marketing strategy.

Present-day market segmentation exists to solve one major problem marketers face – more conversions. Marketers use personalised marketing campaigns to Continue reading

The Basics Behind Market Segmentation – Part 1

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Market segmentation is the process of dividing a broad consumer or business market into sub-groups of consumers or segments. Segmentation is based on some type of shared characteristic of existing and potential customers. B2B companies might segment according to different types of businesses or countries. B2C companies could use demographics, lifestyle, behavioral or any other meaningful data points as their segmentation strategy. Continue reading