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With the advent of Instagram in 2010, a new marketing phenomenon came into being — the social media influencer. Since then, stars have risen and fortunes have been made — both by influencers themselves and by the brands that employ them.
If YOLO is the battlecry of millennials and generations born thereafter, then the phenomenon of disappearing social media content makes perfect sense. Raw, uncensored, and in the moment, disappearing content offers an authentic glimpse of people and their experiences, answering the modern mania for living in the now.
Instagram is giving consumers a shot at instant shopping gratification via the launch of its new “Checkout on Instagram” feature. As of March 19, Instagrammers can finally buy what they love without leaving the platform....
Think about the last time you logged into Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter or any other social media platform. You’ve probably seen someone you follow rave about (or in some cases, quietly promote) a particular product or service. Their pitch seems authentic, and you decide to learn a little more. So you scroll through the post’s comments to get other people’s reactions, and the next thing you know, you’re 30 feet down the rabbit hole reading the reviews and watching videos, all the while subconsciously contemplating a purchase.
The most successful online marketing campaign you can hope for is a viral campaign. A solid viral campaign can impact your branding, online traffic, reputation and most importantly your sales. (Significantly) Done right, your brand can go from a blip on the radar to an overnight sensation worthy of a late night talk show appearance.
There are many factors that can impact your website’s search engine optimization (SEO) and rankings. Content frequency and “freshness”, age of your domain, and relevance are all determining elements of how your site ranks within the search engines at any given time. While these factors tend to fluctuate, one has remained surprisingly constant over the years: the value of inbound links to your website.