If providing social media marketing services is a slice of what your agency does for clients, you know social networks are ever evolving. When features you’re using for marketing are killed on social networks, it can be jarring. Here are a couple examples of what I’m talking about. Declining Facebook Organic Reach An analysis from Ogilvy & Mather […]
Have you ever read an email that goes on forever that could have been one sentence? If the information you impart isn’t timely and actionable, then it’s just noise. The Internet has conditioned us to expect things quickly. The more we use Google for instant answers, the more impatient we become when information isn’t readily available. Our […]
It’s no secret we’re big YouTube fans at Raven. For years, we’ve kept our channel freshly loaded with playlists of online trainings, tutorials, customer reviews, interviews and more. It’s become an integral part of our content marketing strategy, as well as a method for communicating with and educating our customers. Despite the growing push for […]
As marketers, we often focus on the technical side of things – optimization, promotion and conversion. But without quality content, even the best marketing strategies can fall flat. So how can you be sure that your articles, blog posts and other content interests your audience and makes them want to share? It all starts long […]
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In 2014, 92% of marketers said social media was important to their business and brand, and 95% of marketers that use social media six hours or more per week say it has created more exposure for their brand. It’s not surprising then that 63% of CMOs want to increase the ROI on their social media […]
Educating clients effectively is essential not only to justifying your work, but also to keeping client expectations in check. Apply these psychological principles to build deep knowledge rather than talking in circles.
During a recent Google Analytics meetup our company hosted, we were asked a great question: How do you analyze your clients’ SEO data?