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With Instagram’s recent decision to remove ‘likes’ many brands and their agencies are looking at how to best leverage effectiveness on the platform. But how can brands make sure they are getting value out of being on Instagram?


Ideas are a work of art


Respected marketing expert and author Seth Godin recently had a great insight about how brands can get the most out of social media.


“When your ideas are spreading, when your work is remarkable, when your organization has built a social ratchet that works, one of the side effects will be a significant social media presence. People will talk about you in ways that they like to talk… online. And worth noting: The Mona Lisa has a huge social media presence. Her picture is everywhere. But she doesn’t tweet. She’s big on social media because she’s an icon, but she’s not an icon because she’s big on social media.” Seth Godin


Get creative


So what can brands do to make the most of Instagram in the post-’like’ era? The answer is simple – be more creative. As Mr. Godin said – have remarkable ideas that are worth people talking about and sharing.


Pause the scroll


We live in a scrolling culture today, consumers are looking to be entertained, enlightened, and educated on their social media accounts, but to do that you need to be posting content that will not only get their attention but also stop them long enough to engage them with your message.


Don’t blend in


So when you’re planning a new campaign make sure it will get the attention it deserves. Think outside the box, have fresh ideas that will attract eyeballs and stop your audience long enough for you to tell your story.


Joseph Henry is the founder and CEO of Vivaldi Public Relation Agency.

He is an expert communicator and influencer who has been helping leading companies achieve their strategic objectives in Asia for the last 20 years.

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The art and craft of public relations in a world online

What PR firm should we go with? The same old question is still being asked by business owners today. The fundamentals of the decisions on which they base the answer to these questions are largely the same, but not in all aspects. The nature of how ideas are sold has shifted a lot in an era in which so much is done through the Internet. But influence is still influence, and it still all comes down to the bottom line. Here are a few key tips to keep in mind…


Know your customers


Big data is allowing this truism to come of age like never before. Just keep it decent – buyers are turned off by the idea of being tracked, but love convenience and something that appeals just to them. Knowledge of consumer behaviour is therefore critical, but shouldn’t reach the point at which it negatively impacts business. Maintaining a balance is the key to success in this regard.


B2B or B2C?


That’s a good question. The answer should take a lot of factors into account, including a PR firm’s ability to get articles and adverts placed in the right publications, strength of connections with influencers, and other aspects that come down to how much they can help a company connect with their target audience – and, even better, also make buyers in marketplaces new ones they hadn’t fully envisioned yet. Look for professionalism and flexibility in the firm you choose; these traits of good PR firms will help tap the right markets at the right time, no matter if B2B, B2C, or some combo of the two ends up being used.


The personal touch or AI?


Both. While meeting clients, making pitches, maintaining good customer-service relations and sealing deals still often comes down to the irreplaceable, unquantifiable nuances of face-to-face encounters, the reach and influence of AI continues expanding, and greatly expands the earning potential and reputation of firms that skillfully make use of it. It’s a brave, new PR world out there, but not as different as the old one as you may think.


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Mastering the art of making sales online

While more and more online shoppers are increasingly aloof in terms of loyalty to particular companies, more and more companies are turning to cheaper, in-house and, yes, often less effective strategies for marketing. This is in turn oft leading to even more reasons for customers to look elsewhere for the products and services they want, and thus help perpetuate the cycle. The nature of how society seeks, finds, decides on and markets what’s for sale, is changing dramatically.


Wild West of e-commerce


As the nature of business transactions shifts more to faceless, electronic platforms, without human-to-human negotiations and other social aspects, the more the behaviour of consumers is changing. People have different norms online than they do in the real world, and are more likely to hold out for better offers, or, in some cases, seal the deal more quickly for convenience’s sake. But it’s also much easier to leave a website than to leave an actual store, as there’s even less pressure to stick around and feign interest after it slips away, and salespeople have fewer methods of encouraging you to stay and consider making a purchase. By the same token, you can linger on websites without being approached by salespeople, and slowly consider the deal that’s best for you.


Bending over backwards for buyers


As a result, websites will try to attract in customers with sweeter deals and more promo points good for reaping rewards another day, and have to match the rising standards and expectations of customers, who know that the better companies will market their wares in ways in which the bottom line is more clear, along with the goodness of the deal being struck.


Why should I buy from you?


Whether in-house marketing teams have the content-creation, networking and logistical abilities to promote their companies is a question that many CEOs are now grappling with. The potential ROI windfall of hiring a professional marketing firm to represent your company for your next big campaign, while still significant, must be compared to what happens to a “sure thing” that fails to attract sufficient attention. In today’s PR climate, the marketability of products and services can be unclear, even if their quality is not. Who you know and how you send messages still matters. Along with a lot of little and big things known and unknown, thanks to the newness and uncertainty of what e-business actually is, and will become…


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Our award-winning communications team blends human interactions & digital engagement seamlessly to produce results for brands.

Best PR Agency Delivering PR | Social | Digital. 

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