Brands tricking their customers on April Fool’s Day, great methods of writing outstanding content, Facebook latest news, how businesses work with SMM, and much more from the world of digital marketing in our new episode of the RGray Weekly Marketing Insights and News Digest.
If we go back a year, then we can remember that April Fools’ day on the Internet seemed to have passed us by. Quarantine is to blame (sorry to remind!).
But this year everything cooled down and many brands decided to seize the opportunity and return to April Fool’s jokes. Here are the best ones:
The EX5 is unfortunately not a real name. (But it sounds cool, doesn’t it?)
In truth, this is called the Animalz Method, because the Animalz team uses this method to create high-quality content.
The process consists of 5 points. Every point begins with the letter ‘’E’’, which is where the name EX5 comes from.
Here they are:
Here are some of the questions to ask them:
Here are some suggestions:
The new Facebook update is called “Dynamic Ads for Streaming”. Its main purpose is to allow streaming video brands to show the right headlines to the right audience.
We all know the regular Facebook Dynamic Ads, don’t we? The ones that are used by e-commerce sites to dynamically display a specific product to a specific audience.
These are similar but designed for streaming sites.
Now you can create unique ads for each streaming title on your website, so that Facebook, in turn, will show the best content in its opinion, which can be converted.
This type of advertising is available to all video streaming companies around the world.
Facebook, also, boasts a pop-up old data breach. Why old? Let’s figure it out.
Back in 2019, there was a data leak, where about 400 million mobile numbers were leaked.
And, last weekend, it became known from Business Insider that 533 million platform users have lost their personal data on the Internet.
If you notice this news, keep in mind that this is all part of a long-forgotten 2019 leak. The only problem is that the leaks are getting bigger than we thought. But, according to Facebook, the problem has already been fixed.
Where do you get your knowledge about SMM and its techniques?
Do you hear about them from other people or business owners? Do you test them and analyze the result?
There are many approaches to learning and implementing digital marketing technologies. But there is no right approach.
SkyNova recently conducted a survey of 400 entrepreneurs to understand their approach to SMM.
Here are the outcomes of the research:
Our team decided to collect all the results in an infographic presented below.