Measuring the impact of your marketing campaigns is good for your business – and is essential. Whatever form of marketing you use, including social media posts, e-newsletters or other forms of communication, setting clear goals and targets is crucial. Why is it so important – and what simple steps could you follow to get positive results?
Assessing what works and what doesn’t is at the heart of any proper evaluation. Customers will respond differently according to the marketing channels you use and the messages you communicate; without clear goals and outcomes it is extremely difficult to determine whether a campaign has been successful or is giving you the return on investment (ROI).
So, understanding the customer behaviour that you are trying to influence is a first step; how they do their research, think or feel about a product or service, for example.
Once you understand this decide on what you are seeking to measure. Are you looking to raise awareness of a product? Alternatively are you attempting to increase engagement through social media….Boost traffic to your website…. Or get more followers onto your Instagram, Facebook or Twitter accounts? Each of these will require different metrics to assess whether or not you are hitting your target.
With the goals and outcomes established you can use a variety of different tools and databases to record the data, such as Google Analytics, Facebook Insights and others to monitor performance on an ongoing basis or for specific campaigns.
Measuring impact is not simply for research – it will improve your future marketing campaigns and result in more sales and better productivity. If you would like to find out more, please get in touch.
PeppaWeb Marketing is a Digital Marketing Agency based in the Dordogne. We help businesses to establish their digital presence and with ways to attract more traffic which we convert into contacts and sales. Contact us today for a free, no obligation chat about growing your business. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +33 (0)5 53 07 30 46 (Socials – Facebook/Twitter)
You should now have seen the Snapchat logo somewhere. It looks like something between a « monster munch » and a Pacman who is scared on a yellow background.
The idea came from a few students from Stanford University (where else?) Who designed an application that allowed users to share images that were short-lived and with self-deletion. This then evolved to include messages and video.
By November 2015, application users were sending 6 BILLION video views per DAY!
The majority of chat users today are millennia (born in the 2000s). It was assumed that Snapchat users have apperced the privacy / security feature of images and self-deleting messages, but research has shown that most people use the application because it is fun.
Another reason is the « ephemeral nature of ephemeral encounters » compared to applications like Facebook where you build a permanent material chronology.
So, as a company, if your target market is people aged 17 to 30, (in America Snap cats reaches 41% of all 18-34 year-olds each day) Snapchat could be a social media service to use .
Their products are:
Advertise in a Snap, the best mobile video ad.
Be seen and sent by Snapchatters everywhere.
The most playful way to make an impact.
Brands can create accounts on Snapchat (on mobile) for free and create a community of users who follow them. As an example, if you download the snap chat app, why not follow « vendeeglobe2016 »
Today, Snapchat adverts cannot be bought directly. They are sold by third parties divided into Ads Partners and Creative Partners. Unfortunately, the costs are prohibitive for small businesses. Snap chat currently charges $ 50 000 per day for SnapChat Discover and $ 450 000 per day for Sponsored Lenses.
Finally, the rise of Snapchat has not escaped the attention of Facebook. In December 2016, Facebook launched a new in-app camera for selfies with features including photo filters (just like Snapchat geofilters) , masks (just like Snapchat lenses) and stickers (just like Snapchat stickers). It has also warned Page Admins it will delete Snapchat code images (the yellow QR images which you can scan to add someone to Snapchat) set as profile pictures. Facebook looks intent on snuffing out Snapchat.
Sirene is the official supplier of information about over 10 million businesses in France.
Until now to access this information was a paid service but as of the 1st of January 2017 it will be free. This is in line with the French government’s policy on making public information available to all.
So why does this interest us as a marketing agency?
Well, for example, if you wanted a list of businesses to call located in France, in the health industry with more than 100 employees – you were looking at a cool € 12000 initial charge for the 150 000 listings and an annual subscription of € 7500 to get monthly updates. Not anymore!!
If you have a marketing project in France, give us a ring for a chat on how we can help.
Google étend ses cartes riches pour inclure des restaurants locaux et des cours en ligne. Dans les images, vous pouvez voir les différents formats qui sont maintenant disponibles dans les résultats des moteurs de recherche.
Les formats sont un carrousel d’images, un pack vertical de trois paragraphes qui affiche plus d’infos et ajoute des images sous la carte.
Si vous êtes un restaurant ou offrez des cours en ligne, alors contactez nous afin que nous puissions vous aider à le mettre en place.