4 Great Sources to Help You Understand Your Mobile Market

Understand Your Mobile Market
Posted on: in Mobile Marketing The Formula Digital Marketing

Traditional print advertising is expensive and remains challenging when it comes to accurately determining market engagement, while online marketing campaigns are comparatively cheap and enable the cross-analysis of both engagement and conversion, owing to the availability of detailed statistics from a variety of sources.

In the last 5 years or so, the quality and availability analytical tools has improved significantly and because internet access and engagement has been for the greater part, limited to desktop PC’s and laptops, understanding the behaviour of customers and using this statistical information has been fairly uncomplicated.

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The Top 5 C’s of Successful Social Media Marketing

Posted on: in Social Media Marketing The Formula Digital Marketing

So you have a Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and even possibly a Google+ account for your business. You post on these platforms fairly regularly – but you’re a little miffed at the fact that your phone isn’t ringing off the hook with customers, or that your posts haven’t gone viral.

What are those seemingly savvy business people doing that makes their social media marketing so effective?

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Does Internet Advertising Still Work?

Posted on: in Internet Marketing The Formula Digital Marketing

Despite the fact that the bulk of marketers worldwide have in recent months readily shunned internet advertising in favour of their current darling ‘content marketing’, we believe that there is still a very valid place in the marketing mix for internet advertising.

Depending on your objectives, your products and services and the habits of your target market, internet advertising may be the best way to grab the attention you need.

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Does one size fit all for mobile marketing?

Posted on: in Mobile Marketing The Formula Digital Marketing

According to the Adobe Digital Index, tablets have become the primary device for mobile browsing in the developing world, while the Accenture Mobile Web Watch Internet Usage Survey, has discovered that South Africa and Brazil are ranked as the highest users accessing the internet on mobile devices. In both studies, tablets and smartphones are the devices upon which the research findings have been based.

While smartphones are currently the primary means of access, with the predicted increase in the widespread purchase of cheaper 7 inch tablets which are now available on the market, a growing range of internet enabled devices needs to be considered in marketing – because the dynamics of each differs significantly.

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