Tag: content marketing
The digital shift has changed the way marketers’ market, and how consumers consume marketing. The journey consumers take in 2021 is far different to the one they used to follow. Digital marketing is no longer just about having videos go viral and generating likes and comments.
In the past two years, we have seen a drastic change in the way we interact with each other. The COVID-19 pandemic happened, and meant that for the vast majority of us, the only way to remain connected with one and other was through our screens.
Overnight, we were forced into a new way of life, and digital transformation became essential for most businesses. Companies that were reluctant to jump on the digital wave had to quickly adapt to this new COVID normal of communicating online, and those that didn’t suffered the consequences.
Content Marketing is a strategic marketing approach, of which is predominantly seen on digital platforms. The strategy is focused on creating and delivering content to attract their specific audience, which also improves SEO scores. For financial sectors, this strategy plays a critical role in the digitisation of their growing online market across Australia. However, with a decline in customer trust levels to 49%, the financial sector has become Australia's second least-trusted business sector. To redevelop these relationships and trust, the sector must reinforce a "customer-centric approach" to increase their brand credibility. Here are three key ways financial firms could benefit from using content marketing to their advantage.
It is no secret that the rise of social media has taken a toll on traditional marketing as the source of communication to consumers. Marketers, content creators and users are finding it hard to keep up with the continuous flux in trends, updates and algorithms. In order to be seen and heard by your customers, you need to be consistent, informative and engaging.
It goes without saying that the content that is produced should reflect your brand's image and values. Having a consistent and strategised content cadence will drive your brand to success.
The term ‘content cadence’ may be foreign to some; however, it should not be overlooked as it holds a lot of value to social media marketing. So, what is content cadence? In simple terms, cadence is the pattern of how you present your content. A cadence is useful in targeting the who, what, when and where of your content to make sure you’re targeting consumers at the right stage of the buying cycle. This social media growth strategy is so important because it outlines the key way your consumers connect with your organisation while you tell your story, vision and purpose, at the right stage of the customer journey.
To increase your brand awareness, here are 3 tips to optimise your social media content cadence:
You’ve heard blogging is a good way to increase brand awareness of your business and you’ve started one. But you’ve likely run into a slight problem. No one is reading your blogs. This may be extremely disheartening, frustrating and above all discouraging to the progress of your blog however, it’s the same problem many people are struggling with and have struggled with in the past. If you’re struggling to get people to read your blogs here are six of the most common reasons why and what you can do to fix them.
With nearly 2 billion monthly active users, Facebook stands as one of the most far-reaching platforms available to your brand. By creating a Facebook page for your business, you create an avenue to accessing this huge market audience, for the mere cost of 1 hour of your time.
Marketing ensures greater success for your business goals and has always been an important aspect for companies wishing to excel in their industry. Small businesses generally have less staff, fewer resources, and a smaller budget which means reducing costs in areas where possible is essential.
There is no doubt more pressure on reducing budget due to the constant loom of COVID-19 over our heads. However, there are many ways to successfully market your small business that helps you outperform giants giving much more effective ROI. Here we have provided you with a quick marketing cheat sheet to running a cost-effect marketing strategy to get your business flourishing.
Marketing Eye’s Melbourne office has not been back for long, but that’s not to say it hasn’t been an eventful return to work already…
Writing a blog is the perfect opportunity to share your knowledge and passion with your readers. Generally, a blog consists of written content, visuals, multi-media and often has a comment section so your readers can interact with you. When you are writing a blog, remember you don't have to be a “professional’ writer. Your blog content can either be informative, persuasive, conversational or informal. However, if you want your blog to be engaging and successful, follow our ultimate guide to blogging.
Remember Search Engine Optimising (SEO) is a long-term game. To improve your site's ranking (SEO) we’ve made a list ‘10 Ways to Improve SEO’. Follow these suggestions and watch your website rise the ranks to the top of search-engine results.
Hoverscape is Australia’s premier drone data provider, supplying asset and infrastructure professionals with the most actionable drone data on the market, by ensuring that data is not just captured, but is presented in the most digestible way possible. Hoverscape focuses on capturing the highest fidelity drone data allowing you to make better decisions.
Marketing Eye worked with Hoverscape to develop and design a full range of marketing collateral. Optimising and redesigning the website worked to enable a stronger brand presence and understanding of the services offered by Hoverscape. We helped to deliver a print strategy that included informative brochures, business cards and banners to enhance the brands competitive advantage and provide Hoverscape with informative collateral at tradeshows.