How do you get people to pay attention to your brand online?
It’s a question which has troubled advertisers for years, and the answer is only getting more difficult to pin down thanks to the continual development of new online platforms.
Somewhere that I’ve noticed a lot of sheep-like behaviour is on Twitter. Digital platforms generally don’t comply with the old mentality of “build it and they will come” and there are plenty of people and organisations putting out content that people will not connect or engage with.
A question that a lot of clients have asked me is “Can I have a blog?” Generally, the answer they expect me to say is “yes” and then send them the invoice and the sign off sheet however if I or anyone else was to give them that kind of answer would be doing that client a disservice.
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