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Top Marketing Trends for 2020
With 2020 underway, we thought we’d share some key marketing trends from 2019 that will, no doubt, shape the year ahead. New technological developments dominated the marketing landscape, but print and traditional tactics still proved to be an essential part of the integrated marketing mix. Curious to know what marketing approaches were most effective last […]
Powerful Email Subject Lines
Do you know one of the most powerful tools to drive openings in email subject lines? Asking questions. Asking a question in your subject line piques your audience’s interest, and gives them a promise of what they will find in the body of the email. At Caliber, we’re big believers in subject line questions. This […]
Staying Current with Social Media
It’s that time of year again. As the weather warms up and spring turns to summer, all of our favorite social media analysts release their Annual State of Social Media reports. Each of these focus on different areas and each of them are required reading for anyone who uses social media as a marketing channel. […]
Digital marketing metrics are key to successful campaigns
With digital media spending forecasted to reach more than $77 billion in 2017, it is more important than ever to ensure that you are integrating digital media and marketing strategies effectively into your digital marketing campaigns.
Is Your Website ‘Mobilegeddon’ Ready?
You may have heard the news that Google unveiled a major change in their algorithm today that will impact even the biggest brands’ search results. This change, which aims to give “mobile friendly” sites higher search rankings, was announced in February to allow for website updates. So what exactly is a “mobile friendly” website?
Increase Your Social Media Engagement with Shareable Graphic Content
The number of brands struggling to overcome declining Facebook views is skyrocketing. Community managers are frustrated with the platform for changing their algorithm and searching for a solution. In the midst of the chaos, shareable graphic content (or SGC as we like to call it) has emerged as a way to increase organic engagement, therefore […]
How Strong is Your Content Marketing Strategy?
Is a weak content marketing strategy hindering your social media efforts? Ten years ago, social media was an untrusted tactic that only the most cutting-edge marketers dared to explore. As the social movement gained traction, successful case studies emerged & people began to see how it could help their organizations.
STUDY: The State of Social Marketing 2012 – 2013
Social media exists in a state of constant change, which means community managers must evaluate and adapt their strategies often to achieve established goals. Implementing a stagnate social media plan can end up costing your company more than it benefits you.
Should Businesses Use Instagram?
If you think Instagram is like all the rest—just another social media tool—think again. It allows brands to express themselves to consumers in a unique, powerful way, and with more than 100 million users, it’s shouldn’t be ignored.
5 ways PR Professionals can (and should) use Twitter’s Vine App
We’ve all watched social media become an integral part of PR in recent years and now we are seeing image and video messaging become an integral part of social media.
Unveiled today, Twitter’s Advertising API — What does it mean for brands?
Today Twitter joined the ranks of fellow social media networks Facebook and LinkedIn when they announced their plans for an advertising Application Programming Interface (API). This step will allow brands to create, optimize and measure Twitter ad campaigns using third-party advertising management providers instead of purchasing individual ads from Twitter and uploading them one at a time. In short it means advertisers will have more control of their Twitter ad campaigns.