Is your brand staying relevant?
Consumers are talking more than ever online, making their voice and market competition BIGGER than ever, meaning it’s important blue chip brands adjust to this fast paced world of social media. People are changing their habits so brands have to in order to remain relevants. Makes sense right?
The rise of social media shouldn’t be something for brands to be afraid of. It’s great. It gives companies new opportunities to promote themselves and secure their identity in the market.
Technology has made the world a smaller place, with most communication happening online now. Brands listen to their customers to better understand their needs, advertise their new products and host events or contests to effectively stay engaged with their fans. Consumers share their thoughts about a company or a product, ask questions, gain access to discounts or offers and share their love for a company. Which is a pretty big deal. By using communities such as YouTube, Twitter, Facebook or even starting a blog and utilising mobile applications, brands are able to create a strong, consistent and personable online presence.
It’s not about ticking a box, it’s about staying relevant to people buying into a brand’s product day in, day out. Which is kinda cool.
Amanda Gilchrist, Commercial & Marketing Manager – Montessori
mycleveragency have been a pleasure to work with. These digital gurus do personal and professional in the same breath. They have opened up Montessori to global online communities. Awareness and understanding for this unique approach to education now stretches well beyond our traditional schools and practitioner base
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