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Technology is constantly evolving in this day and age, therefore remaining at the forefront of it is imperative to the success of any business. Ensuring that your content is optimized for mobile use is a key part of achieving this. Consumers are no longer willing to work through convoluted websites that are not designed for mobile phones, particularly when they can simply just move to a competitor who has focused on optimizing their content. With over 6 billion people owning phones worldwide, it continues to prove to be the best way to access consumers. Here are a few of the reasons why optimizing your content for mobile is vital. 

In most cases, marketing campaigns don’t pick up traction and become successful on their own. The majority have a vast amount of time, money and planning put into them and curated in such a way that they gain the attention desired. 

There is no right or wrong way to approach a marketing campaign. Some tactics will work better in some campaigns and some that would be more appropriate in others. When it comes to knowing an approach to take, it can sometimes be a matter of trial and error. 

Several marketing campaigns were released in 2021 that made our heads turn and go, “wow”. Take Sephora’s “Black Beauty is Beauty” campaign. The video campaign, which was launched in August of 2021 set to acknowledge and give credit to people of color within the beauty industry. 

These days, it’s harder than ever for businesses to attract the attention of their audience. No matter how good the products or services are, there will always be hefty competition gunning for your customers. While it might be easy to start some sort of bidding war between you and your competition, it’s more effective to begin building a relationship with your audience to establish a sense of trust and thought leadership. You can do this with an effective content marketing strategy. A content strategy utilizes the content that your organization develops to achieve any particular business goals that you have in place, whether it’s driving brand awareness and engagement or pushing a new product. Below, we discuss how to develop an effective content marketing strategy to achieve your business goals.

Market research is the process where you gather information about your business’ buyer’s personas, target audience, and customers to understand how successful your product would be among these people. When you conduct market research for your organization, it allows you to meet your buyers where they are. This process gives you a better picture of what your buyers need, and how you can better address their unique challenges. Below, we discuss how to effectively conduct market research for your organization.

Nurturing leads is one of the biggest responsibilities marketers have in their relationship with the clients. While the process can look different each day, it’s important to develop an approach that works through A/B testing and studying analytics. By developing a deeper understanding of what your audience is looking for, you can begin to truly nurture the relationship from the first point of contact to the conversion. Below, we have four tips for nurturing leads.

Whether you are selling a product or a service, it’s intended for a specific group of customers or a target market. But do you understand anything about that group of people? This where a target audience comes, which defines that group of people. A target audience is a group of consumers characterized by behaviors and specific demographics, and knowing your target audience can help to influence decision making for a marketing strategy. Finding your target audience takes a lot of work and research so that you can figure out who exactly you want to reach. Below, we have some tips on how to find your target audience.

What is the user experience on your website like? Today’s users are looking for a website that is informative, modern looking, intuitive, and easy to use. If your website doesn’t perform the way it should, it will negatively affect your brand awareness and engagement. Below, we have four tips to make your website more user-friendly for your audience.

Marketers tend to pour massive amounts of time and effort into specific content strategies, but they don’t always work out the way they are intended. Content is created to educate customers, move them through the customer journey, and relay the industry-specific information they need. But what happens if your content marketing strategy isn’t working? Below, we discuss three ways that your content strategy isn’t working and how you can address those problems.

Content marketing is all about flexibility. Your campaign might be written perfectly, planned to the fullest extent, and performing wonderfully: but sometimes things change! Trends and global events might distract your audience from your campaign, or it might even lose steam after a competitor campaign launches. Whatever the case may be, it's important to have the flexibility and capability to address what's happening with your campaign and make the necessary changes. When something significant disrupts your content strategy, you need to think about how it will affect your business goals. The success of your campaigns and your business all relies on your ability to pivot your content strategy quickly.

Building a landing page is standard practice for any marketer, but that shouldn’t undermine the importance of building a purposeful landing page to increase conversions. The fundamentals, like compelling copy, form placement, and social media integration aren’t changing; it’s all about the smaller ways to maximize the number of sign-ups the landing page generates. Below, we have several ways to improve the performance of your landing page and generate more conversions for your business.

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