Livestreaming used to be a bit of a niche content category, with only specific apps allowing the capability and almost exclusively used by people with substantial followings already. However, livestream videos are now used across multiple channels for a variety of reasons. Why have livestream videos become so popular? And more interestingly, why should your business go live?
Politics and social media may have once seemed to be unrelated terms, but they now go practically hand in hand. Social media platforms obviously provide a space for people to communicate with other like-minded individuals about elections, issues and politicians, but how are those politicians leveraging this new frontier?
For the month of March, social discourse is dominated by thoughts of brackets, pools and whose college team is going to come out on top. As a small business, you probably won’t be running an ad during the yet-to-be-decided championship match. So what can March Madness mean for your digital marketing?
In last week’s post, we broke down the demographics of some of the most popular social media platforms so you could determine the best place for your brand to be in the social sphere. But now that you know where to be, do you know what to post? What about when?
For brands, social media is increasingly a way to reach out to individual consumers, but if you’re not reaching out to the right people in the right ways, you could be missing out on valuable revenue and relationships.
Everything that you read, watch or listen to online is some form of content. In everyday life, content entertains and educates us, but to a company, content is a way to engage, attract and keep customers coming to your website or your business.