Over the past several months, 4x3 has been working closely with Norris Sales to create weekly marketing campaigns to help drive traffic from social media back to the website. Each targeted campaign focused on a specific aspect of the Norris Sales' inventory, ranging from construction equipment to in-store consumables.
We all know how difficult it can be to get people to find and view a website, Twitter feed, YouTube channel or Facebook page. Posting to social media can feel like a drop in a bucket (reservoir, really) unless you can create the mojo that makes a bit of content go viral—and anyone who’s tried knows what a challenge that can be.
What makes a good marketing message on Twitter during the holiday season? Like any marketing effort, it's important to be mindful of public sentiment and simple good taste when promoting yourself on Twitter.
The hashtag — what we used to call a pound sign — is the trickster of the social media world. It’s supposed to bring order to chaos by providing a handy way for people to connect on a particular theme or subject, and it does—most of the time. But the hashtag can also unexpectedly be a source of chaos and confusion.
Whether you work at a large corporation or own a small business, your company should be utilizing social media. Everyone is on it. And even if every single person is not on it, your target consumer probably is. In my opinion, here are the most important tips that you need to know.
We're pleased to announce that Chris Ryan and Ryan Masonry has taken us up on our offer to implement and manage their social media marketing package.
S & H Interiorscapes designs, installs and maintains interior landscapes for mall interiors and the atriums, lobbies and reception areas of corporate clients.
This is the third in a five part series on social networking and your website. Instead of explaining the 'Why', let's concentrate on the 'How.'