Brandify becomes a Snapchat Partner, Launching Enterprise Geofilter solution. As an early adopter of the Geofilter API, Brandify will immediately begin supporting multi-location campaign Ad management for enterprises.
Last week, Snapchat released a new API that will allow brands to launch sponsored Geofilter campaigns much more programmatically and efficiently. Testing On-Demand Geofilters has been easy for small businesses, one-time and one-location users but not completely scalable for multi-location businesses. Now, in partnership with a Snapchat Ad Partner, going through the Geofilter API will allow brands to scale campaigns to thousands of locations at a time using unique content.
Topics: Local Marketing
The idea that data should be at the core of all marketing strategies is not new, but for those who depend on in-store attribution for profitability, data plays a unique role in bridging the online to offline customer experience.
Completing our 2nd annual, Season of Cheer, Brandify is excited to work with Grandma’s House of Hope to help redesign the non-profit’s website. Based in Santa Ana, Grandma’s House of Hope strives to fulfill its mission of empowering the invisible populations of Orange County.
For the past few days, there has been a lot of interest in the news of Yext's filing to go public. Industry insiders have pored over the pages of the S-1 filing, looking for clues as to what it means for the industry we call “local.”
Google and many other big platforms are at a time when they are faced with deceiving information inundating the online world. It presents a question, that if everyone believes something, should that be accepted as the rule? Google’s algorithm with its 200+ ranking factors, are designed to provide the most accurate and logical information. Google has been trying to provide the “one true, single answer” when it comes to what is shown in the SERP, or search engine results page.
As an enterprise marketer, chances are that the Millennials generation is a hot topic in your workplace right now. There are almost 85 million Millennials in the U.S., making up more than a quarter of the entire population. With the strong influence they have over older generations, as well as their annual spending power, which exceeds just over $200 billion, Millennials should be a focus for any brand looking to maximize revenue and brand engagement for the long-term.
Facebook has always been a critical component of maintaining a strong online presence and engaging with users on their preferred platforms. Facebook locations enable enterprise brands to claim local profiles for each store location, while preserving a holistic brand image through a corporate account. Yet, an often overlooked and underutilized aspect of Facebook for local marketing is the critical audience insights that Facebook provides. With nearly 2 billion active users every month, brands cannot afford to overlook Facebook insights when forming a comprehensive marketing strategy. With this in mind, here are the some of the most important Facebook insights for local marketing.
Today, most businesses receive an average of 24 calls per month from marketers trying to sell them something. With such a massive number of solicitations, it can be difficult to trust anyone who approaches your brand. So, how can your business tell the difference between valuable services and spam?