If you’re a regular reader of WebpageFX, you’ve probably noticed we’ve put out a lot of content this year.
That’s no accident. Like most digital marketing agencies, we plan our annual goals well in advance so we have time to accomplish (and exceed) them.
Before 2016, we published infographics occasionally. Someone would think of a topic or something would happen in the news, and we’d strike while the iron was hot.
But we had a burning question that we couldn’t answer before this year.
What would happen if we scheduled every infographic we wanted to publish in a year?
So that’s what we did — and we learned a lot.
For context, let’s establish what we wanted from our infographic plan in the first place.
Marketing is changing in 2017. Are you ready?
To make sure you have the information you need to grow your business in the coming year, we’ve compiled 108 stats that define every sector of digital marketing.
Check them out for yourself and stay at the top of your industry!
November 25th and 28th are the hottest shopping days of the year this year.
For retailers especially, Black Friday and Cyber Monday mean a huge boost in revenue to finish out the year.
Last year, consumers spent more than ever on both major shopping days, and online spending during Thanksgiving crossed the $1 billion threshold for the first time.
In fact, online spending is accelerating for Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday at the same time. But offline spending is a different story.
Let’s take a look at how people have spent their money on these major shopping days and how they might spend in 2016.
Creating fresh content on a regular basis is no small feat, but your fans can make your job a lot easier.
User generated content (UGC) campaigns allow you to tap into the power of your fan base to curate authentic content.
In this post, we’ll take a look at why UGC is so valuable, as well as 14 campaigns that might just inspire you to incorporate your customers into your marketing strategy.