Digital marketing has been a major component for businesses when they’re marketing their brand in the modern world. One of the best ways to efficiently utilise digital marketing is through the use of social media platforms. Social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter are a productive way to reach your consumer’s market.
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Twitter is often the forgotten social media platform and it’s the most important one. Twitter has 6,000 Tweets every second which reflects how active users are on Twitter and why your business should make an account today (if you don’t already have one).
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In a world saturated with mass advertising, it’s hard to stand out amongst the crowd. Everywhere you look you are met with out-of-home displays, television advertisements, social media promotions – it is integrated in our every-day life! As a consumer, it’s also sometime difficult to recognise and digest every marketing attempt and therefore only the ones that stand out are absorbed.
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The reality of a post pandemic world is that life as we know it has transformed, from manufacturing supply-demand crunches to the restrictions on shopping, businesses have had to adapt to an uncertain environment at lightning speed in order to survive in this Brave New World.
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Given the extent to which use of platforms like TikTok and Instagram Reels skyrocketed in 2020, social media will undoubtedly continue to play a significant role in digital marketing in 2021. In the last year alone, the social media landscape has necessarily adapted to accommodate the disruptions and social movements of 2020.