You probably already know about native advertising, just did not know what it was called or how to get started, or why you should do it. There are three different types of native advertising, some of which you'll be familiar with. 1. Open You place the content on your website and then promote it
Businesses – from insurance companies to cleaning companies and many in between – use native advertising to make more sales and increase brand awareness. Whether you are a large or small business, you can participate in native advertising too. And you should, because it works very well to get the word out about your business.
Today you can see examples of native advertising on many popular websites such as CNN.com, Huffington Post, The Onion, Fast Company, The New York Times and various local newspapers – as well as other popular online magazines and websites. The way you can spot native advertising is that it does not look like an advertisement
If your unique selling proposition is so unique it renders your competition non-existent, then you may not need this tactic. Otherwise, keep this thought in mind: A strong offense is the best defense. Customers shop around before they purchase. They make comparisons by checking out the competition. And every product has some sort of competition,
When you embark on a social media marketing campaign, it helps to have a strong team behind you. You need social media staff to help you with all aspects of your social media marketing campaigns – from creating content, to physically posting the content, to developing marketing campaign ideas. But, if you don't understand the