Generation Z is so different from other generations. The only way to reach this generation is to think differently and market to them in a totally new way. Just how social media is changing constantly so is Gen Z. Finding a way to appeal to the biggest generation of our time will make or break your company.
Social Media Analytics tools show you the strategies that are working and not working for your business. Using analytics can also help create performance reports to share with your boss, team, and stakeholders.
We’ve got a list a mile long of digital tools we use, but when your tools start to outweigh your toolbox, there’s a problem. Take a look at some of our favorite software heavyweights that can help you hit the easy button so you can do more work with less effort!
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Software as a service (SaaS) providers like Yext and Moz Local help area businesses convey reliable information to customers regarding your business hours, location, contact information and more. They also provide one place where all of your information can be pushed to multiple users at once. […]
Blogs, social media posts and videos all work to answer questions and intrigue your consumer, but these technologies are always changing, making it necessary to adjust our tactics as well.
Shockingly, many searches can now be completed without a screen or a keypad. Customers can hold a button down and ask an ephemeral guide to direct them to a place to eat dinner that night. And they often do. Search data shows that a growing number of customers are asking for such information right now.
How can you capitalize on this trend? One of the key differences between voice search and a […]
There’s nothing more stagnating than working in silos. If your team has worked for years without making some changes, then you can bet you’re due for some creative collaboration with your team.
To get the conversation rolling, here are some questions to ask:
- Have we always been doing it the same way?
- Are we duplicating our efforts?
- How can we reuse content and still keep things fresh?
- How can one teammate help another with the information or creative content they’re producing?
- Are we looking at metrics and numbers frequently (weekly, monthly, quarterly, annually)?
- How do we know when something isn’t working?