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It is a term used very oftne nowadays,and quite a few of those times in an incorrect fashion. You’ve probably heard of the term influencer marketing but do you know how it can help you with your marketing strategy? Influencer marketing is now considered to be one of the most effective marketing methods as you can see in some of the stats we have gathered below: 69% of marketers who use influencer marketing consider it effective 73% of marketers say it’s effective for lead generation 76% say it helps with boosting customer loyalty 93% say it can help with building brand awareness It is consequently quite evident that companies and marketers are already making use of influencers to take their business to a whole new level. You can use it too and experience the benefits for yourself. Are you however aware of the Don’s and Dont’s of  Influencer marketing? If…

Most of us (especially business owners) are now fully aware of Facebook Marketing and Advertising “powers” and hence have created our pages, invited our friends and colleagues to like them and also socially promoted them on our website, LinkedIn and other profiles. Knowing the best times to post your content however, is another matter which has now become a prerequisite when one is looking to increase his traffic and engagement. A multitude of studies have shown that user engagement such as liking posts, sharing, commenting and sending a direct message, tends to be the highest on Friday when the majority of the public are in a “relaxed state” as it is the end of the week. Fridays contribute to 17% of all comments, 16% of likes and 16% of shares. According to ‘The Content Marketing Paradox’ – a report produced and published by TrackMaven, over 1.5 million Facebook posts from 6000 brands showed…

Social media proliferation is more than evident nowadays and other than companies and brands it has also subsequently immersed our private lives too. With all the time spent on Social media the past 15 years (not counting the time spent wasted on MySpace, Yahoo & Aol) it is hence only natural that the majority of us adopt a personality on social media. Throughout the years I have personally been very interested in social behaviour online and have often had – initiated –  conversations with various types of people. Some cool, some not so cool… but always falling under a different personality type. As a Facebook page owner or Social Media Manager it’s very important to acknowledge & understand these different types of personalities. How you communicate with each of them can make or break your brand online. Have a look at the Top 9 Social Media Personalities we identified below and tell…

It is something most bloggers, photographers, social media fanatics and many other professionals hope to achieve one day. Get a big, recognised and well established brand to work with them. However, it may sound a lot easier that it actually is. As an agency, we have vast experience of working with companies and brands of all sizes so let’s have a look at 4 useful tips on how you can generate and attract interest whilst staying true to yourself. A Good Following You don’t need 100,000 followers or Kylie Jenner’s obsessive fan base, but having a good readership on your blog or social media is always a good idea. As a digital marketing agency, we look for engagement as well as likes and comments. We don’t instantly select someone for their 15,000 followers. We will have a look and see what the comments are like, what your followers seem to engage the…

It is something I often speak about to both my students (whom I mentor for Cambridge or Anglia Ruskin University)  as well as speeches I give to companies and events. I cannot stress enough the importance of Listening on social media but nonetheless, I still more frequently than not see companies, brands and influencers focusing more on promoting their skills, expertise and knowledge rather than those of their customers and clients..the very same audience they are trying to impress. I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate to contact me, subscribe to this blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me below on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

Loyalty programs are becoming more sophisticated and prevalent nowadays both for marketers as well as companies. They are a far cry from the traditional spend-and-get model and more aligned to omnichannel and multichannel programs that value customers for every interaction they make with their favoured brand. Smart marketers are capturing and leveraging loyalty data to understand their customers better and market effectively to them whilst also improving their systems and processes to be able ot maintain and update their data easily. We’re seeing significant advancements in loyalty as brands seek new ways to add value for customers so let’s have a look at 9 trends for Loyalty program managers in 2018! I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate to contact me, subscribe to this blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me below on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

Chatbots are computer generated programs designed to stimulate conversation with human users. Chatbots have been around for ages, and in fact, the first chatbot was created in 1960 by two computers who envisioned computer communication similar to what was found among humans. However, the recent applications of chatbots have only taken off with improvements in AI and advancements in personal assistants like Apple’s Siri and Google’s Alexa. Chatbots have gained wide acceptance with several companies installing chatbots into their messaging applications. However, the role of chatbots can be beyond just replying messages and providing users with the information requested, they can be integrated into a brands mobile marketing strategy, and we will be taking a look at three ways this can be done. HELP CUSTOMERS GET THINGS DONE Utility bots are designed to solve consumer’s problems using user-prompted transactions, and by this they can help your customers order takeout, book…

Social media is..more than just fashion or a trend. Whether you are a large business, a small start up, a sole trader or simply a user of many different platforms, it is undeniable we all spend several hours a week on Social media. So let’s have a look at some key findings and interesting stats for the major social media platforms out there as well as how they rank in terms of popularity. I’d love to hear your view so do not hesitate to contact me, subscribe to this blog for free, click here to arrange a FREE Consultancy meeting, send me an email at Nick@CFMGroup.co.uk or Follow me below on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.

Most bloggers are aware of the fact that social media marketing can help in blog promotion greatly but exactly how does this happen? Surely it requires more than just writing a blog post and sharing it online. Of course, to make the most of social media promotion you have to know exactly how it works. Below are eight ways social media can influence your blog and allow you make the most of it. THEY ENCOURAGE CONVERSION The first step to gaining visibility on social media is by sharing your blogs content, but if you want this to go well, you have to do it right. Don’t just repost your content, do it in the most appealing way. Come up with a catchy title and encourage readers to ask questions, share their opinion and much more. Encourage the conversion however you can because the more persons talking about your content, the…