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5 common mistakes on Social Media

If you’re starting a business, a blog, or simply discovering the use of social media, it probably seems confusing and overwhelming. However, social networks are excellent tools for your business to be successful and that’s why you need to know exactly how to use them. Mostly, you have to know how to avoid mistakes that could cost you a lot. At CFM Group, we have helped create and grow a number of brands such as Salathong, Ginos Dial A Pizza and Perfect Pizza. So let’s have a look at the main mistakes we usually notice on social media and how to fix them. 1. An incomplete profile This is the first mistake you can make, but the good news is: you can easily improve it! It is essential for your business or brand to have a page on which your readers will find all of the information they are looking for. Indeed, there is nothing…

3 Emerging Trends defining Social Media

Social media and subsequently social media marketing and advertising have growing hugely the last decade and are not showing any signs of decline. Indeed the opposite. This unprecedented growth has also brought about some inevitable  significant operational inefficiencies, missed opportunities and clouded visibility. Being transparent, optimising channels and teams and managing profiles consistently can be a huge challenge today and one many brands face daily. According to research, social advertising campaigns of all kinds are expected to grow to $50 billion in 2017 which clearly demonstrates the focus major brands and companies are showing to shifting buying trends on social media. And as user numbers are rising, so is the complexity of the digital landscape which these conglomerates need to operate in and effectively convert their audience into active fans and buyers. So let’s have a look at some of the latest trends and insights we have noticed through our daily work…

Snapchat “Ad Manager” now Available

Snapchat, as announced a few months ago, has officially launched its self-service ad-buying system, which was originally rolled out with 20 brands, including smaller players like online sneaker seller Goat, social app Mammoth Media and gift retailer Hollar. Called Snapchat Ad Manager, it is now available to all Business users in the U.S., the U.K., France, Germany, Australia and other countries for companies of all sizes, marking a significant update for a company and platform that so far only used to allow big brands to make use of its vast pool of users. Marketers of all stripes can buy the app’s vertical video ads, called Snap Ads, with an aim to drive app installs, garner branded long-form video views or prompt e-commerce click-throughs (swipe ups, in Snapchat lingo)to their website or ordering systems. Ad buyers will be able to manage video creative and first-party audience data—like email lists and mobile app IDs— and leverage the platform’s…

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