The outbreak of COVID-19 has led to a predictable uptick in consumer online spending. In an October 2020 study from eMarketer, retail Ecommerce sales in the United States increased by over 32% year-over-year (2019 to 2020).
As we enter 2020 and the digital landscape continues to evolve, so must marketers’ understanding of available mediums. How we use digital tactics to motivate consumers should be influenced by the context in which our messages appear.
Why are you here? What exactly led you to this tiny speck in the vastness of the internet? Something about this blog post must have piqued your interest somewhere along the way, even if you’re not quite sure what it was. Figuring out what exactly draws people in is a difficult proposition. A lot can, and does, go into finding the answer, but for now I’ll just talk about one of the most important aspects of your blog: the photo. Photos can add a huge boost to your blog post’s performance and images within a post will help keep your readers engaged to the end. Blogs posts with photos also tend to do much better across all social media platforms. Of course, it’s not just about slapping any old photo on your post and calling it a day, so here are a few tips for getting the most out of your blog photos.
Web design has drastically changed over the past two decades. It is ever-evolving with new options for functionality to choose from. With hundreds of options available it is easy to get carried away with all the new and cool toys out there in digital design.
For the record, I HATE EMAILS. Email campaigns are even worse. They’re boring. Stuck in the past. Nothing has really changed. They use old technology. They play by old rules.