When gauging the strength of your business’s marketing, there are three questions that can act as markers against which to judge its overall effectiveness.
There’s a certain type of control over one’s brand that allows a company to answer each question in the affirmative. Ultimately, these questions are about your business’s ability to communicate﹘not just telling your current and future customers how and where they can purchase your goods, but communicating that you are aware of their needs and that your company can fulfill them better than the competition. To create such an identity, and then have﹘through positive interactions with your customers﹘your clientele take up the mantle of advertising by telling their friends and family, is like arriving in the Promised Land of digital marketing. That’s when the flywheel of good word-of-mouth works in your favor and your business will go from strength to strength as the orders begin rolling in.
The Coin of the Realm
One of the fastest ways to reach this state is by shaping the conversation on social media. Thanks to these platforms, where anyone can shape a digestible message and have it in front of thousands of people in a matter of seconds, Gravitate One﹘a Utah-based marketing firm﹘can step out on the world’s stage and curate a positive forward-facing persona that will serve as the touchstone for scores of clients looking to interact with your business. This type of “social credibility” becomes increasingly more important because it not only legitimizes the brand to newcomers but it provides current customers with a sense of community. People evangelize the things that they love, which makes a robust digital marketing presence on social media dearer than gold.
In order to best utilize social media to your advantage, we use the full suite of tools available on each platform in order to reach your audience. This includes paid ads, organic posts, boosted content, and the occasional social media event, like a Facebook Live broadcast, or Instagram story. Social media is all about controlling the source that your customers get their information, all while keeping them engaged. Have they gone a day without coming across your name or product? Then we did our job poorly.
The bedrock of any digital marketing presence, paid ads are crucial to the success of your brand in the public sphere. At Gravitate One, we understand what makes these ads successful better than other Utah marketing firms. We are dedicated to three essential criteria that each successful paid ad must accomplish:
While paid ads are designed to reach a wide demographic (often far beyond the typical service areas of most Utah marketing firms), boosted posts are for specifically targeting your current followers. By putting money behind a simple organic post, these boosted entries will find their way to the front page of your audience’s dashboard. It’s a great way within digital marketing to drum up conversation, promote sales, give a shoutout to community members, or announce awards and recognition.
There is nothing so devastating to the health of a company’s social media credibility than an inactive account. If your firm doesn’t have anything to say, people will assume there is nothing noteworthy happening with your brand. At Gravitate One, we “keep the lights on” by managing a steady stream of organic posts to keep your audience engaged. With direction from the client, we can focus on promoting or underscoring specific products or services that the business provides.
At Gravitate One, email marketing is a crucial digital marketing tool and falls under the purview of our social media arm. Creating emails that make it past spam folders, are clicked on, and ultimately lead to sales is an art form all on its own. Part of our success in email marketing is to create relevant, readable content, presented in a well-designed format while monitoring crucial data like open rates and click rates. We are experienced in all sorts of email portals and CRMs and will create strategies to not only keep people opening your emails but gaining new recipients without turning to underhanded tactics like buying email lists.