While marketers have been focused on what it takes to attract and engage Millennials, another generation is quickly creeping up and preparing their take over: Generation Z. Right now, Generation Z represents more than 25% of the US population. This demographic’s buying power is only increasing and by…more
What is a PPC Ad Quality Score?
Pay-per-click, PPC, traffic creates about 50% more lead conversion than organic traffic. The 3 paid ads at the top of the search engine results page (SERPS) get 46% of the clicks for the entire page. 65% of the clicks made on PPC ads are by customers who make…more
The Case Against Twitter
Let’s cut to it: Twitter is a major social platform but, for a lot of businesses, it doesn’t work. The thing is, Twitter is not the advertising juggernaut it was once perceived to be and with the trolling, influencers, and political back and forth–it’s not always the most…more
The Gen Z Book: 44 BILLION Reasons to Pay Attention
Gen Z: screenagers, digital natives, meme-obsessed, entrepreneurs–welcome to the world’s next biggest cohort. As a Millennial, I’m more than happy (and relieved) to have another generation moving up in the world–not just in influence but in spending power. By 2020 (NEXT YEAR), Generation Z will make up 40%…more
Should You Advertise on the Nextdoor App?
There are SO many digital advertising options available that adding one more to the stack seems…unmanageable..BUT get ready, because today we’re talking about the NextDoor app and how you can capitalize on this hyper-local, neighborhood gossip marketplace to get more traffic to your business. If your business has…more
What to do with bad (& good) online reviews
One of the major goals of any marketing strategy should be to build a strong brand reputation by improving trust and loyalty. However, there’s only so much you can do to convince your audience that your brand is trustworthy and reliable. This is because consumers, in general, tend…more
Adapt or Die: Is it time for a brand refresh?
There are a limited number of times that the universal consciousness of the consumer will tolerate a rebrand before the sneaking suspicion of instability starts to steer them away from a product or service. I once read on the world wide web that a brand can really only…more