In this week’s Bullseye Buzz, big changes in influencer marketing, app advertising and Disney programmatic.
Posts Categorized: influencers
By Mark Eting Bullseye Strategy Special Correspondent It’s been one of those weeks where celebrity-designed shoes are air-dropped into Coachella goers’ phones, thought leaders are officially the cool kids of social media, and a WordPress plug-in has upgraded its game so significantly that SEO nerds like ourselves everywhere are conga-lining around our offices. Welcome to… Read more »
By Jorie Mark, Senior Director of Content Fashionista influencers and toilet paper Twitter humor have their place in social media, but business-to-business (B2B) marketing is entitled to its piece of the social media pie, too. In fact, interacting with decision makers through social media content is one of the most effective ways to acquire qualified… Read more »
By Mark Eting Bullseye Strategy Special Correspondent This week, we have been visited by the ghosts of Digital Marketing Past, Present, and Future with news about the ripple effect last year’s holiday shopping has had on e-commerce, some breaking news from LinkedIn that should change the way this channel is used in 2019, and a shocking… Read more »
By Jonathan Schwartz, CEO, Bullseye Strategy The collective spirit of self-improvement makes the New Year a good time to line up an action plan for success, whether it’s a personal goal or a business goal. At Bullseye Strategy, we’ve definitely got fitness on our minds; if you’ve seen us on Instagram this month, you’ll see… Read more »
By Mark Eting Bullseye Strategy Special Correspondent Happy New Year! It’s that time again…we’re dusting off our gym shoes, our juicers…and, if we’re marketers, our crystal balls. Because this is the time of year when we get to sink our teeth into so many juicy predictions for what to expect in the 2019 digital marketing landscape. Here… Read more »
By Jorie Mark, Senior Director of Content Strategy It’s difficult to scroll through Instagram without seeing dozens of #sponsored posts, usually by photogenic influencers cleverly posing with the products they represent. Yogurt, lipstick, mobile phone chargers, baby wipes, tooth-whitening trays–they make it all look glamorous. Considering that 75% of marketers report having worked with influencers… Read more »