Apr 10, 2022
In Interior Design Forum
The year 2020 has been a turning point for most businesses. Revenues have plummeted, workflow has moved online, and sales of products and services have shifted to the Internet, where the rules of the game are radically different from what we are used to. All this has formed a completely new reality, which will certainly not change in the coming months. So let's take a look at current marketing trends and figure out which areas of digital are worth investing in over the coming year to attract customers and increase revenue.1. Attract and retain customers on social media The pandemic has dramatically increased the time people spend online. Interest in brand sites and social media pages has increased, which has opened up new opportunities for marketers to expand their audience and engage with customers. Having a content plan, regular posts, and reviews allows you to employee data attract new consumers and build trust with them, all for relatively little money. Are you still hesitating? Here are some numbers: In Q2 2020, social media budgets accounted for 23% of total US marketing budgets. Last winter it was just 13% – a reason to think about giving your brand an Instagram page. 2. Check the validity and relevance of your data in research services……and if things aren't quite right, fix them. After all, local optimization is very effective: if people are looking for a specific product or service in relation to their location, they are more likely to buy than others. And it becomes easier to convert them. In order to “take off” in search results, you need to responsibly enter information about the business, its hours of operation and its services into the Google My Business service.