When a business is conducting marketing activity – asking for referrals, posting on social media, running a webinar, sending out an email campaign, advertising, etc. – do you ever consider why they are doing it? What is the message they are sending?
Red Zone Marketing conducted research from Sept 15-21, sponsored by Incapital, to find out how financial professionals are adapting and changing in response to crisis conditions. This is the third time we have conducted this survey (May, June & September 2020) and it continues to produce interesting insights as financial professionals navigate the landscape of their operations.
The research uncovered the marketing strategies today that are actually producing new clients.
According to Hubspot, ‘Snackable’ content is short, easily digestible content that is often visually engaging.
The purpose of creating this short content is to offer immediate entertainment or insights, prompt others to share socially, attract new leads, and drive people to your website for longer-form content (like a blog) to consume on the same topic.
Four types of snackable content formats that can lead to meaningful outcomes are:
These types of snackable,
Lately I have been spending several hours a week recording videos in my home office for my clients, social media, my website and for the virtual university classes I teach. In fact, I recently recorded videos for my new series called, 85 Million Dollar Marketing Tips, filled with bite size segments of successful marketing strategies.
I wanted to share how easy and inexpensive it is to set up your own video studio.