On the surface, landing pages seem simple, right? They’re one page with one form. They have a paragraph or two of copy, and an accompanying image. If you have all the elements of successful landing pages, you should be good to go … right?
Some people think email is dead. They say that it’s become so cluttered and spammy that it should be swapped in favor for newer, flashier ways of communicating. Well, hate to break to you, but those folks are wrong. And I’ve got a SlideShare presentation to back me up.
Twitter is a great marketing channel for driving traffic and generating leads. In fact, 42% of Twitter users follow brands or companies, which means if you’re not using Twitter for your business yet, you should learn how to integrate Twitter into your social media marketing strategy.
LinkedIn has opened its doors to high school students in search of college degrees, and schools have responded positively by creating engaging and informative LinkedIn University Pages. Aside from great marketing material, these pages are also a great community for your students, alumni, and staff members to share information about their experiences on campus.
Note to self: Never mention a celebrity on Twitter from a company account. Recently, it hasn’t worked out well for two different brands. A few weeks ago, people were in an uproar over Red Sox slugger Big Papi’s selfie with the President. Then, last week, Katherine Heigl issued a lawsuit to Duane Reade for posting a
Our digital social tools are both a blessing and a curse. While they provide us with an unmatched way to interact with the modern consumer, keeping up with the never ending changes and updates can often feel like a full time job all on its own.
Letters, brochures, and magazines from hundreds of schools overwhelm students as soon as they start their college search. But current high school students are more connected online than any other generation, ever. You don’t want thousands of dollars of “marketing” to go right into the trash or end up in
In order to grow a strong, successful marketing team, you need to have a team of effective marketers who deliver real results. But with so many marketing channels to manage, and different members of your team working on different projects, it can be tough to keep track of who’s doing what, and how well.