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Research has revealed that people remember 80% of what they see, 20% of what they read and 10% of what they hear. Instagram’s effectiveness is undeniable, we as a society are hooked on subconsciously scrolling through Instagram, admiring strangers’ personal lives through their pictures and videos.
The world of social media can be a difficult one to navigate, as it comes with a variety of endless opportunities and possibilities for businesses future overarching success. The overwhelming growth of social media platforms creates a sense of pressure on businesses to display a conscious active presence on all these diverse platforms; from Facebook, Instagram to YouTube, this list goes on and on. One of the main causes of failed social media strategies are due to businesses utilising and prioritising the wrong social media platforms for their particular industry and consumer market.
The Waxed boutiques in Melbourne specialise in waxing, tanning, lashes and laser hair removal. Since their inception in 2005, they have prided themselves as being ‘Melbourne’s waxing specialists’ and specialists in all services they provide, from ‘no orange’ spay tans to lash symmetry application, this salon wants the best for its clients.
Whilst they were nailing their services, they needed the expertise of an outsourced marketing team to help create brand awareness and generate leads to build up their clientele. This is where our expertise at Marketing Eye came into play, we developed and new website, which was launched in July 2018. The website was relevant to the brand and allowed clients to understand the services and experiences undertaken at Waxed. We also launched a digital marketing strategy which included regular direct mail campaigns, to help retain clients, and created social media calendars and EDM’s which helped to create brand awareness and invite new clients to engage with the business.
Do not dispair. Fast-tracking your marketing campaigns and using some fail-proof marketing strategies to generate leads, and improve your brand communications can be done efficiently and effectively - if you know how.
So why do so many of us feel the need to drive in this lane towards perfection? Are these expectations doing us more harm than good?