In an environment where results are needed immediately, microwaving your marketing might be the option. But it’s not the most ideal.
People avoid risk on three levels. The biggest risk is that they’ll purchase the wrong solution – that they’ll have spent the money and still have the problem.
The chase for instant gratification in marketing often looks like “sales events.” Knowing when to use a sale and when to use other methods to get customers in the door makes all the difference.
You could create an ad on Facebook so compelling, interactive, and authentic that the algorithm rewards you by showing it to more people organically (free).
Since 83% of social media is consumed on mobile devices, and 85% browse without sound, you must tailor your content to be effective within that context. Here's how...
Kelsie and I can look at the posts on your social media and tell you exactly why reach and engagement are low. It is because we have studied, played with, succeeded, and failed with the Facebook Algorithm.
The truth is that social media allows you to see how each piece of content performs before you ever invest money in it! You don't get the opportunity to do that with billboards, radio, TV, or print media.
Google didn't tell anybody when they started feeding everybody's business ads over onto their video game platforms. So the impression count went up, the clicks went up. But they're all useless.
Yes a few customers will take advantage. Get over it. A Courageous Offer opens up the customer floodgates. The money of the many will wash away the bad taste of a few.