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Many media sellers are now faced with the task of selling multiple platforms as opposed to just one. Even though they may have been hired and/or trained to sell just the original one, their respective companies are responding to advertiser demands for multiple ways to reach their customers. Salespeople must adapt to this new environment rapidly if they are to remain contributing members of their organizations. But how?
The amount of data that advertising campaigns produce is enormous and can be entirely overwhelming. It may seem completely insurmountable and if it’s not analyzed properly, the insights will get lost, and render all of your efforts worthless. A key to any successful advertising campaign for a marketer is to gain an understanding of the data and apply it to the other campaigns waiting in the wings. For all of you forward-thinking, enthusiastic marketers out there - here are six steps to getting the most out of all of your campaigns and how to use your data purposefully. 1. Take off those rose-tinted glasses Hopefully you’ve approached all of your campaign launches with certainty and confidence. But when the data comes in, it’s time to take off those rose-tinted glasses and get ready to see the sometimes raw reality. That’s not to say that it’ll be bad, it might just not be exactly what you imagined. There probably won’t be any entirely unexpected surprises, but you should be prepared to see facts and figures that aren’t completely aligned with your initial positive outlook.
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In today’s consumer-driven world, people flock to their mobile phones, or other electronic devices such as tablets or laptops to communicate with people, search for the latest products or services, and then purchase them with a click of a button in merely seconds. Shopping online isn’t just a phase; it’s a development that has gotten the world to depend on technology for basic necessities like checking the balance of their bank account, to grocery shopping. Yet what is most surprising when it comes to this technological advancement is the fact that people aren’t necessarily going to the store website to purchase these products or services. Rather, they are viewing and buying these products/services through advertisements promoted on social media networks. Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram and Vine are all social media networks you’ve probably already heard about and you may even be using these sites for your own purposes. But have you heard of the recently emerging social media marketing sites and services that companies are using to gain greater visibility into their target audience and make their marketing efforts seamless?
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