How do your customers perceive your business? This perception – based on both fact (e.g. It’s a bicycle shop) and emotion (e.g. It’s socially responsible) – is what defines your brand. Or, as the founder of Amazon puts it:
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg caused a bit of a stir last Friday when he revealed that the company is thinking about adding the oft-requested “Dislike” button. Read on to find out what this means for business and what the top social media influencers think about it.
Benjamin Franklin once said that “lost time is never found again.” If you’re busy with making your business successful, you’re probably running short on time. Are you interested in growing your email list using a quick, simple strategy? Read on to find out how Precious Moments spent a little time and no money on a campaign that captured 6,284 emails.
Do you have a few social media channels? Looking to bring your followers from Pinterest over to your Facebook, or Twitter followers to Instagram? Whether you’re trying to grow your fan base, or just want to take advantage of your social channels, this blog post is for you. Read on to find out how a small specialty food company based in Prosser, Washington captured 1,488 emails by promoting their Holiday Gift Basket Giveaway on their social media channels.
You’ve already mastered the basics and best practices of Pinterest for Business that we went over in Pinterest for Business part one. Here we’re going to dive even deeper and share some powerful new features that Pinterest has been rolling specifically for brands. Read on to learn more about how to use Pinterest to put your business on top.
What if I told you that you could turn your Facebook Fans into leads at a 50% conversion rate? That’s exactly what Scott Gordon of the Press’d Sandwich company did with a highly engaging, yet simple, Sweepstakes contest. Read on to find out the 5 keys to Scott’s Sweepstakes success.
Are you a Business-to-Business company looking to grow an email list on Facebook? Running a Sweepstakes on a page with a large, engaged fan base is often the way to go – but what does that mean for your business? In this case study, I will go over ECR4Kids, a classroom furniture distributer, their recent Shopping Spree Giveaway, and the strategies they used to convert at 55 percent!