Coronavirus closes all Victoria Secret stores. You can already tweet with your voice, and why someone watched all 11 million videos on Facebook. Read more in our new episode of the RGray Weekly Marketing Insights and News Digest.
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According to a new report from Coresight Research, up to 25,000 stores may close this year, as businesses continue to experience the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
The global market research company estimates that 15,000 stores will close this year:
“We expect that approximately 55-60% of all stores will be closed at malls,” the Coresight report said on Tuesday.
COVID-19 hit retailers who were already heavier in debt than others, and the number of bankruptcy filings increased due to the pandemic.
You can see the number of closed stores of famous brands in the infographic below:
We already have an article about how coronavirus struck SME with detailed statistics and insights about how a marketing agency will help you get through the crisis with good profit.
As you’ve probably heard, video is the most effective type of content on Facebook, far superior to text and image messages.
Using the video you can give your audience a place in the front row with the history and values of your brand, which will facilitate communication and interaction for people.
But even if you shoot a video, there is no guarantee of success. Some videos will work better than others, but if you take into account the most common notes, you can increase your chances of success by following some basic rules for creating. One of them: The optimal video length for better engagement is between 2 and 5 minutes.
Socialinsider conducted a study to identify data on how your business can create video content for Facebook that attracts and converts. We posted all the results and insights into the infographic. Notes based on 10.5 million Facebook videos, cover format, length, description text, and more.
Take a look at the full infographic below.
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As most of the world sat at home indoors to prevent the spread of coronavirus, millions of consumers ignited an old flame.
“Many consumers have returned to some of the basic pantry products that we had in our portfolio during this pandemic, and it reminds them of their love for many Kraft Heinz brands,” Christopher Urban, Kraft Heinz’s vice president of global strategic issues.
Urban spoke at a virtual Licensing Week conference about the opportunities that the food company provides and uses, many of which were signed last year with Brand Central. Kraft Heinz, which owns many well-known and world-famous brands, has entered into a Brand Central agreement to transform its megabrands Heinz, Kool-Aid, Planters, Jet-Puffed, Oscar Meyer, Philadelphia, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, and Velveeta into lifestyle brands. The company wants consumers to think not only about iconic food products when they think about these brands.
According to Urban, the pandemic and growing consumer affection for long-beloved brands have helped push this work forward. Consumers becoming new fans of products are forcing them to expand their brands more and go beyond the kitchen – to clothes, household items, and online experiences.
According to Urban, a pandemic is a cultural moment that causes changes in consumer behavior. This changes the patterns and methods of shopping, what consumers eat and drink, and how people lead their daily lives. And some of them are required to adhere. According to him, brand expansion and good marketing help strengthen new ties between Kraft Heinz and consumers.
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Twitter is where you talk about what’s happening. Over the years, photos, videos, gifs, and additional characters have allowed you to add your own style and personality to your conversations. But sometimes 280 characters are not enough, and some conversational nuances are lost in translation. So, Twitter is starting to test a new feature that will add a more humane approach to using Twitter – your own voice.
Twitter with your voice is not too different from twitter with text. To get started, open the Tweet composer and tap the new wavelength icon. You will see a photo of your profile with the record button below – click to record your voice.
Each Tweet voice captures up to 140 seconds of sound. Got something to say? Keep talking. Once you reach the time limit for a tweet, a new voice tweet will automatically start creating a theme. When you are finished, click the “Done” button to complete the recording and return to the composer screen to Tweet.
You can Tweet a Tweet. But now you can Tweet your voice!— Twitter (@Twitter) June 17, 2020
Rolling out today on iOS, you can now record and Tweet with audio. pic.twitter.com/jezRmh1dkD
People will see how your voice appears on Twitter along with other tweets. To listen, tap the image. Only on iOS, playback will begin in a new window, docked at the bottom of your timeline, and you can listen while scrolling. You can also keep listening while doing other things on the phone or on the go.
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When your resources are limited, you want to be sure that you do not waste your precious time and money when starting a business. But when it comes to marketing, your business cannot afford to ignore such a valuable tool as email marketing. Just Imagine: 293.6 billion emails were sent and received each day.
But with so many other ways to reach your customers, why should you still rely on email marketing? Is it even worth it? In short: yes.
The impact of email marketing can do much more than just put messages in mailboxes. There is a lot of buzz about email marketing and its benefits, but what does email marketing statistics offer? Well, the numbers speak for themselves when it comes to proving the credibility of email marketing. A little spoiler: 49% of consumers would like to receive promotional emails from their favorite brands.
Let’s see what email marketing is, and then move on to the main statistics of email marketing that you should know in 2020.
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