The next time I send this newsletter, I’ll be in Seattle for Re:co Symposium and Expo! If you’re going and we’ve never met, I’d love to meet up in-person. If we’ve met before, I’m all up for a board game night. :)
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There are many different ways you can utilize Facebook Advertising for your coffee business. In this piece, I’m going to provide three strategies on ads you can run for your cafe. I’m focusing specifically on cafes for this piece, because location-based advertising can be incorporated.
Experts predict that 70% of digital advertising’s growth in 2017 will be driven by mobile. In another survey, 76% of users use their Facebook newsfeed to find interesting articles & videos. You want to advertise where you know your customers are.
The 3 strategies I’ll be covering include:
1) Create a location-based ad
2) Retarget your audience
3) Use detailed targeting
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BYLINE- Choosing Instagram vs. Snapchat shouldn’t be a challenge when each network has its own unique advantages for your business and visual social presence. I do the legwork on comparing so you don’t have to.
I talked with Melanie from simel.coffee about social media marketing for coffee businesses. Here’s Part 1 of 2!
@usernames are no longer counted into 140 characters… but the new format also makes it kind of difficult to distinguish between a reply and a standalone Tweet.
💻 Digital Strategy 📤
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Jargon is pervasive in all industries or ingroups, from the military to medicine to the Metropolitan Opera. While it can be efficient and precise, it can also be off-putting at best and exclusionary at worst. For the most effective communication it’s time to end the “tyranny of jargon.”
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