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Wednesday Weekly Marketing Tips #19

Looking for some effective marketing inspiration? We’ve pulled together some great articles for you. Take a look, hopefully there will be one or two you can action to help accelerate your business. If you see anything that you’d like to discuss further, give us a shout on 02392 007 823 or hello@lovedadesign.com. We’d be happy to help.

 

 

 

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21 Ways To Reinvent Your Marketing Strategies

you need to adopt the most updated strategies. With a successful marketing plan in place at the dawn of this year, you will be in a better position to efficiently allocate your resources, take steps for business promotions and growth, and be able to differentiate your company from the competitors. Check out 21 of the best ways to update your marketing strategy in the list below.

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Mobile-First? Don’t Write Off The Tablet

We have all talked about a mobile-first world for a good couple of years. It has always seemed like an observation that splits the market into smartphones and desktop. There’s a timely reminder today that this isn’t totally accurate. While the majority of emails in the UK and US are opened on smartphones (51% and 58%), the rest of the market is not desktop-only. There is our old friend, the tablet.

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Small Business Marketing Should Focus on Authenticity

Spend any time researching marketing trends and tactics for 2017, and you’ll see the words ‘genuine’ and ‘authentic’ over and over. Today’s marketing plan is to channel your authenticity and invite customers into your world. Marketers create relationships with their potential customers by making customers feel like they know the people behind the brands.

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How to Rise Above the Social Media Noise in 2017

The key to success in social media is not to be everywhere at once or to be the loudest in the room but to be present where your buyers are.

In my last article, I wrote about mistakes to avoid in your social media marketing strategy in which I called out that social media has evolved to be a cluttered and noisy sea of content muddled by competing social networks, brands, and people that are all vying for the same thing–reach and attention.

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