Winter is coming! While some businesses have geared up for EOFY sales or taxation returns, many experience a lull in business and slowdown in customer activity. Generally, customer’s sense of urgency to spend is diminished as we all tend to stay at home, keep warm and perhaps even save some of our hard-earned cash.
There are many tricks and hacks to the social marketeer's job, often obvious to the professional - but not as obvious to a less experienced person managing their business' social channels. We took a pick of a top 3 "Shoulds, Musts and Don'ts" that people doing it for a living are unlikely to share, shhh!
Are you over the constant flow of the best digital hacks, dramatic predictions, small business guides and top marketing tips for 2017? So are we.
Brand & Marketing essentials for a head start to 2017 Whether you’re still enjoying time off or suffering from a harsh return to reality, it’s time to start thinking about your business’ marketing and, if you haven’t already done so, devise the strategy for 2017.
With ever-changing landscape of social media and its undeniable growing importance for businesses, it is becoming more difficult to keep an eye out trends, monitor your brand, share engaging content and interact with your followers WHILE running your business on daily basis.
As we get closer to Christmas, for most of you the busiest time of the year, each communication piece has a crucial weight towards your sales and has to be impactful enough to capture your audience’s attention (as you’re not the only who had the same idea!).
Local area marketing (LAM) is used by retailers and local businesses to reach new and existing customers within a specific catchment area, often by postcode or even by suburb or region.