24 Aug

3 Tips for Social Listening:  How to Understand Where Your Customers Are Engaging

Brianne Carlsrud
Posted in: Integrated Marketing, Digital Marketing, SEO, Social Media, Insights, Data Analytics, Data Management, Data Visualization, Social Listening, Marketing, Marketing Cloud, Online Marketing

New to social listening? It’s a powerful way for marketers to monitor and respond to brand mentions in real time. It also makes it possible to use conversations around your brand, industry and competitors to help optimize your social media strategy. However, setting up a social media listening process, knowing what to do with all the data, and explaining why it’s important to stakeholders can be challenging and complex.

13 Aug

5 Secrets to Digital Marketing Success

Renee Cook
Posted in: Digital Experience, Content Strategy, Integrated Marketing, Digital Marketing, Email Marketing, SEO, Mass Media, Media Strategy, Social Media, Insights, Web Analytics, Data Integration, Integration, Marketing, Online Marketing

First, let’s define what digital marketing really means. “Digital marketing” is an umbrella term for the targeted, measurable, and interactive marketing of products or services using digital technologies to convert leads into customers.

30 Jun

5 Reasons to Add Video to Your Marketing Mix

Tiffanie Honeyman
Posted in: Integrated Marketing, Digital Marketing, Video, Marketing, Online Marketing, Storytelling, Video Production, Videography

If you were given no more than a tenth of a second to make an impression on a customer or prospect, would you able to make a good impression?

According to Princeton psychologists, that’s how long it takes to form a first impression. And on top of that, researchers estimate consumers see over 300 ads per day and are becoming blind to banner ads. So how can a marketer break through? 

18 Jun

5 Lessons I’ve Learned From User Experience

Craig Isakson
Posted in: User Experience (UX), SEO, Google, Marketing, Online Marketing, Search Engine Marketing, Technology

I have been around technology for a long time – just about as long as I can remember. Back when I started computing, the concept of user experience (UX) wasn’t even a thing. You knew the commands to tell your computer what to do. And if you didn’t know a specific one, you’d have a way of finding it. Soon after, graphical user interfaces (GUI) came to be, and UX became vital even before people really knew what to call it. Just like today, everybody was looking for the most pleasing way to present information – and trying to make every action a little easier.