Social media has grown astronomically over the last few years but more recently, TikTok is on everyone’s lips. While the usual platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and Instagram remain a vital cog in business branding, TikTok is making waves with over 500 million monthly users as of 2019.
Adding video to your social media strategy is a non-negotiable in today’s highly competitive digital space. The increasing popularity of online videos is evidence that many people prefer watching a video than reading about it.
In 2019, 87% of businesses used video as a marketing tool which is more than the previous years (source: HubSpot). Most current video marketers say they will continue to use video in 2020 with a plan to increase their budget.
Google has become more than a household name as the search engine handles approximately 70% of all online requests. Of course, that’s not all Google is responsible for as they are also involved in cloud services, hardware, software and online payment solutions. While there probably aren’t too many people unfamiliar with Google, how did the company start? Who was responsible for creating this immensely powerful search engine?
Deciding on how to promote your business can be challenging, especially as technology keeps evolving. Whatever you decide to do, just make sure that Facebook ads are at the top of your list. It may sound a little crazy but if you don’t have a Facebook business account today, it’s like not having a Nokia 3310 in 1999.
While Facebook has been around for more than a decade, the concept of an effective social media strategy is constantly changing. Posting a weekly or daily blog is no longer enough to generate the leads required to justify a successful campaign. More companies have turned to Facebook marketing, using Facebook ads to reach their desired target audience.