10 Marketing Professionals Amplifying Black Voices – Blog – 10 minute

After weeks of public outcry over racial injustice and police brutality, companies across the globe are being challenged to reflect on how they will choose to respond to the racial discrepancies in our society. As many big-name brands have pledged support to the cause, it’s tricky to distinguish between the genuine displays of solidarity from nothing but empty words. 
Protesters around the globe are tired of hearing words of support and prefer brands that can practice what they preach. With that being said, there are several companies that are doing just that, and more importantly there are many minorities in marketing speaking up and demanding that the industry do better.
Here, we’ve highlighted 10 minority marketing professionals that are not only diversifying the top tier of the industry but are using their platform to amplify black voices and enact global change. You can also read more on how Socialbakers is helping voices for equality be heard.
Bozoma Saint John
The Chief Marketing Officer of California talent and media agency Endeavor, Bozoma Saint John made waves by launching the social media campaign #sharethemicnow. As America comes to terms with addressing systemic racism, Saint John decided to co-create the campaign, which strived to elevate black voices through white celebrities’ Instagrams. 
The impressive movement had no shortage of white celebrities, including Gwyneth Paltrow and Kourtney Kardashian, who were ready to hand over their social media passwords to prominent black activists. Saint John carefully paired each celebrity up with a minority figure who then used the platform to shed a brighter light on the work they’re doing in order to catalyze change.
It is estimated that the campaign, which took place on June 10th, reached nearly 300 million Instagram users as over 50 black female activists, celebrities, and entrepreneurs participated in magnifying black women’s lives and stories.
Saint John’s inspiring efforts have created a network of disruptors and are empowering further action and change from people around the world. 

Beverly Jackson
Activision Blizzard’s new VP of Communication and Social Media, Beverly Jackson, remains a dynamic and passionate senior marketing executive. Jackson has no shortage of accomplishments as she played a critical role in the delivery of consistent double-digit growth for the Grammy Awards from 2008 to 2012. 
Additionally, Jackson remains a prominent thought leader in the industry as she currently serves as a board member, an author, and a professional speaker. In recent months, she has also used her Twitter platform to spread awareness and support of the Black Lives Matter movement. 
Jackson is not shy to use her influence to spread awareness and encourage the diversification of the industry. 
Beverly Jackson speaking at Socialbakers’ Engage Prague 2017
Eliana Murillo
Eliana Murillo is the Head of Multicultural Marketing at Google and was featured in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in 2017. The self-proclaimed serial side hustler has made some incredible strides at the technology company, including Google’s “Get Your Business Online” initiative. 
Murillo has also been responsible for some serious advancements in the company’s diversity after she founded the US Hispanic business development and community outreach team at Google. When Murillo’s not busy revolutionizing Google’s inclusivity, she works as the CMO of Tequila Alquimia, her family’s organic tequila company. 
While Murillo is a prominent figure in the marketing industry, she is also an outspoken minority activist using her Twitter platform to inform and educate her followers. She regularly posts and shares content that empowers minority groups and offers words of advice for females navigating in the corporate world.

Progress. That’s why we do the work, and we love to see it. Change is happening and we’ll continue to push to create the future we know is possible! We’ve seen glimpses through this work, and the future is not just bright. It’s bold, it’s promising and it…https://t.co/H6EgWzeHSN
— Eliana Murillo⚡#BlackLivesMatter (@Eliana_Murillo) June 24, 2020

Deadra Rahaman
Founder and President of Society Redefined, Deadra Rahaman is a multi-disciplined advertising, marketing, and communications professional. While Rahaman has 15 years of senior marketing experience, at her core she is a self-proclaimed cultural anthropologist who is in constant pursuit of diversifying the field. 
In response to the recent death of George Floyd, Rahaman has not stayed silent as she publicly commended brands who are speaking out against social injustice, especially those who are doing so for the first time. She shares her feelings of encouragement as brand leaders are finally addressing their employees and acknowledging their pain.
Rahaman compliments companies including Coca-Cola, Ford Motor Company, P&G and McDonald’s for their past efforts, but is reluctant to give Nike the stamp of approval. She is consistently inviting consumers to peel back the optics and truly investigate how brands are impacting their community.

Sigh, we all share this story. They didn’t bring you because you didn’t look like the client. If the client was POC then you would have been front and center. In their minds, we can’t be different and have great ideas. Then you’re expected to comply and not advocate for yourself. https://t.co/NjzpbiugEc
— Deadra Rahaman (@DeadraRahaman) June 20, 2020

Belinda J. Smith
Belinda J. Smith has spent the course of her career helping brands navigate their way through international marketing and doubles as an outspoken activist for diversity. In fact, Smith serves as the Global Diversity Ambassador for the World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) and previously acted as Global Head of Marketing Intelligence for the gaming giant EA.
Although Smith is insanely busy pushing the boundaries of the media and voicing the injustices of marginalized communities around the nation, she has found an incredible amount of strength and energy to also keep speaking up for the black community during a period of civil unrest. 
Smith went on the VideoNews podcast and discussed the key elements of the Black Lives Matter movement, the role of the social platforms during the protests, and how brands can authentically lend their support.
The podcast also explores the various issues of racial inequality that are still deeply rooted in the media and advertising industry. Smith’s expertise in both areas makes for a meaningful and much-needed conversation that not only marketers can learn from but people from all walks of life can appreciate.  

Trevor Robinson
Founder and Executive Creative Director at Quiet Storm, Trevor Robinson is a dedicated philanthropist and activist. He has spent his career encouraging creative brands across the United Kingdom to embrace those, like himself, who come from ethnic minority backgrounds. 
During this past month, Robinson has been a guiding light for many brands attempting to navigate the choppy waters of social media. He has urged companies, big and small, to take a public stance and contribute to the larger movement. However, Robinson warns that actions speak much louder than words and advises brands to put their money where their mouth is. 
He points out that we all have a duty to enact change and empower justice, but the companies who have substantial social media platforms have the unique potential to reach far more people and therefore have an augmented ability to effect change.
Robinson’s dedication to equality and justice is seen in his impressive efforts to transform diversity and inclusion in the creative industry across Europe.

Jazzmynn Finney
The German automobile manufacturer Porsche is extremely lucky to have Jazzmynn Finney as their New Media & Social Engagement Leader. Finney is highly versed in brand strategy and value perceptions, making her an invaluable asset to the team. 
In fact, Finney helped to grow the company’s global Instagram page from about 250,000 followers to a whopping 20 million followers, making it one of the top top-performing brands in North America. Finney contributes her massive social media success in keeping the focus on the stories rather than the cars themselves.
Additionally, Finney is an empathy-first innovator and is consistently spreading the message of diversity, inclusion, and equality across all of her personal social media platforms.
Amina Taher
Etihad Airways Vice President of Brand and Marketing Amina Taher is no stranger to female empowerment and diversity activism. She is one of the first Arab women to be blazing a trail in the aviation industry and revolutionizing future opportunities for women. 
In fact, according to Socialbakers data in Q4 2019, Etihad Airways’ Facebook page led all brands worldwide in interactions and its Instagram page ranked fourth in engagement worldwide among all aviation brands. Taher plays a dynamic role in building the brand’s strategy for social media success.
Her work is not only an important impact on the aviation industry, but Taher is a proud representation of UAE national women in a unique area of business. Now that Taher, who has an MBA from the London Business School and an MPA from Harvard, she wants to continue inspiring young women in her country and showing them what’s possible.
Helen Pak
Known for her excellence in leadership and creativity, Helen Pak was named the Senior Vice President of Creative Marketing Design and Content at the Walt Disney Company in late 2019. While Pak’s incredible strategic marketing skills made her dreams come true, it was clear that her extensive experience will do the same for the whimsical brand. 
Pak has led numerous creative teams and is a powerhouse for brand storytelling, which is likely to thank for Disney’s quick outreach of support for the Black Lives Matter movement. The multinational mass media and entertainment company wasted no time posting a message of support and following up with a heartfelt and educational video. 
While the company is practicing public outreach, Pak is busy behind the scenes pushing the boundaries of innovation and through her marketing expertise encouraging their audience to practice love and kindness.

Mary Yee
Sony’s gaming giant, Playstation, was recently able to solidify itself as the best selling game console brand of all time. Helping in that effort was the company’s Vice President of Global Marketing, Mary Yee. 
Yee has spent seven years working her way up the company ladder, bringing with her a competitive edge that shines through Playstation’s success. She has gone above and beyond for the gaming company, in order to deliver a highly enjoyable and unique experience for players. 
Her sway on the company has not gone unnoticed as Sony has recently stunned headlines as it pairs up with its arch-nemesis, the Xbox. Although the two companies are competitors, they were able to come together in support of the BLM protests.
Lee’s position at Playstation is an incredible example of how diversity can not only revolutionize a brand, but also take a stand against racial injustice. 

The Takeaway
Civil unrest is high and many fan-favorite companies have found themselves caught in hot water. Even with highly skilled marketing teams and extensive campaign budgets, it’s not always about what your marketing team can do but who is on it.
Ensuring that all company departments are diverse and inclusive is a crucial first step that all brands should take, if not taken already. Additionally, brands who want to make a meaningful difference and uplift the community should back their words of support with financial donations. 
While marketing campaigns can achieve many things, in this case, the world is at a tipping point and a clever message won’t do the trick. From this point forward it is likely that the standards we hold for brands will include both internal and external affairs.
So if you haven’t gotten the memo yet: Practice what you preach!

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State of Influencer Marketing Report: Effects of Coronavirus – Blog – 10 minute

Socialbakers’ State of Influencer Marketing Report highlights the effects of COVID-19 on the industry over the past few months. It reveals data that shows how brands have adjusted and adapted to the environment brought on by a worldwide pandemic.
The initial impact of the coronavirus seemed to be an overall tightening of marketing budgets, which was also reflected in a decrease of #ad usage among influencers partnered with brands. However, there were developments after that, including a pivot towards smaller influencers who now may offer more value considering budget limitations.
While influencer interests changed to reflect the cultural moment, the use of influencer marketing didn’t disappear and in fact may be even more prevalent going forward as brands look for ways to connect with their audience.

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Tendências de Mídias Sociais: O Impacto do Coronavirus no Marketing – Blog – 10 minute

O Relatório de Tendências de Mídias Sociais, para o 1º trimestre de 2020, aborda em detalhes os impactos do COVID-19 causados nas tendências de marketing destacadas anteriormente pela Socialbakers. O atual Relatório descreve dados que refletem mudanças cruciais no mercado e também destaca como marcas reagiram aos impactos da pandemia.
Este relatório nos mostra as principais mudanças ocasionadas na publicidade paga, em todo o mundo. Mudanças essas que criaram oportunidades e certo otimismo em meio à pandemia, especialmente quando analisamos regiões que começaram a conter a propagação do vírus. Vemos como o CPC, o CPM e o gasto com anúncios mudaram por setores e regiões.
No aspecto orgânico, o tamanho do público das 50 maiores marcas no Instagram teve um considerável aumento, bem como a dependência de conteúdo orgânico devido à diminuição geral dos gastos com anúncios.
Outro efeito do contexto da pandemia é o aumento do tempo gasto online pelas pessoas, o que criou oportunidades para as marcas aumentarem seu alcance ou engajamento. Todos esses insights e muito mais, incluindo uma análise do sentimento da audiência em torno da situação do Coronavírus e o mais recente em marketing de influência, poderão ser encontrados aqui.

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How to Adapt your Marketing Strategy for the COVID Era | Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Good marketing relies on a thorough understanding of your target market, but when much of what you knew about your customers is suddenly no longer relevant, a major shift is needed.
With the onset of the coronavirus, almost every aspect of what was considered typical daily life was upended literally overnight – people confined to their homes, anxious about the future and their financial security.
“The most important question you should be asking is: ‘How best can I connect with my customers during a crisis?’” says Gavin Knox-Grant, marketing guru and director of Karbon Media.
“It’s not only during the pandemic that business will be different,” says Knox-Grant, “the way in which we all conduct business will be forever changed.”

Go digital
“During the past decade, all sectors took a leap into the digital world to varying degrees but, with it being the primary option for doing business during the lockdown period, it’s critical that companies now fully integrate it into their business models.”
“And as both companies and customers are realising that digitisation actually allows them to be more productive and save on travel time, that online meetings can be very effective and many will adopt these measures as the new norm.”
It’s also become the key medium for marketing and customer communication and Knox-Grant cautions that businesses that fail to keep up now will be left behind later.
Diversity is key
“It’s now more important than ever to have a complete digital strategy with a holistic online marketing plan.”
“All too often I see companies investing heavily in select buzz words like social media or search engine optimisation however, the components of online marketing should never be discussed as a strategy in isolation.”
“There is a large variety of factors such as remarketing, keyword marketing, social media marketing and organic search engine optimization and how these all work together is where the real magic happens.”
Assess, evaluate and adjust
Knox-Grant advises that the best place to start is to evaluate your current overall marketing strategy, your key messages and regular channels to determine which, if any, are still relevant.
“Take a close look at campaigns that are currently running or in the pipeline, including pre-scheduled content that is set to launch soon and determine which must be paused, discarded or prioritised.”
“An online marketing strategy is never complete; it can always be improved upon and the only way to do so is to have the hard evidence of statistics showing you how your campaigns are faring and how the market is responding.”
If your budget stretches to it, having a marketing specialist onside who understands your business strategy is invaluable, especially when it comes to implementing various digital marketing tools that feedback to a single hub where you can monitor, assess change and refine on a daily basis.
Optimise eCommerce
Currently, eCommerce is the only business model in South Africa where you are allowed to sell any product, bar alcohol and cigarettes. Globally, digital product sales have remained largely unaffected during the lockdown with some companies even reporting drastically increased sales.
“To make more shoppers aware of your offering amidst all the competition, you need to optimise your e-commerce website so that it ranks highly in search engine results which will help you drive more organic traffic to your site,” says Knox-Grant.
“And with online shopping fast becoming the retail norm, now is the perfect time to establish an online presence if you have not yet done so.”
Discretional Discounts
Sadly, many people are going find themselves in financial difficulties as a result of the lockdown, and price-conscious shoppers will be looking for good deals, especially on products and services they really need at the moment.
Knox-Grant says, “If consumers perceive a brand to be willing to assist with access to products that can help them during a crisis, they are likely to feel greater loyalty towards it. Discounts can also be helpful in attracting new customers, driving traffic to your site and increasing your sales.”
Innovate and regroup
This is also the perfect time to think out the box and figure out ways in which your business can temporarily – or even permanently – diversify using the resources you already have in stock.
“Think of the liquor distilleries who are now making hand sanitiser, manufacturers with 3D printers are making much-needed PPE and face shields and organic wholefood businesses which are now doing home deliveries.”
“Businesses which aren’t able to increase sales or grow their brand during the crisis or who cannot yet operate at the current lockdown level, should take advantage of the downtime to evaluate their offering and prepare to come back stronger post-lockdown,” says Knox-Grant.
“Even if they are unable to trade right now, they can still maintain brand recognition with a minimal amount of spend, especially on social media, to create leverage for when they shift into the post-COVID-19 environment.”
Adapt your messaging
“It’s important to remember that in everything your brand does, context is the key element,” says Yael Geffen, CEO of Lew Geffen Sotheby’s International Realty.
“And this is especially critical in a crisis situation that dramatically affects people’s lives as we are seeing now during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s crucial that brands address the issue with tact, mindful marketing and empathy and strive to balance business goals with sensitivity to the situation.”
Adapt your Imagery and language
“And don’t neglect to factor in that visual communication is a powerful message on its own, so it’s important to think about the messages your brand is sending out; preferably avoid using images of crowds of people touching or gathered in close proximity,” says Knox-Grant.
“Likewise, with marketing language that conveys close interaction such as ‘work hand in hand’ or ‘work closely with your team’.”
“Ultimately, what’s most important is to be flexible and creative to navigate this period because there is a lot to be gained in the long term if you are able to remain focused on the future and can avoid getting too caught up in all the negativity and panic,” says Geffen.
“As Darwin said, it’s not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent, it is the one that is most adaptable to change.”
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How Zoopla is building a new marketing strategy as pandemic hits property listings- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Zoopla felt the ramifications of the coronavirus immediately. New listings on the property search site dried up overnight as transactions across the UK ground to a halt. Somewhat controversially, the UK government is now trying to get the housing market moving again and has encouraged buyers and sellers to resume their pre-lockdown plans, including viewings. For Zoopla, the last six weeks have sparked a reappraisal of a marketing strategy that was only just beginning to bear fruit.
“Naturally, like every sector, we’ve felt the impact of the coronavirus,” says head of consumer marketing Richard Houston. He joined Zoopla last June following a career agency-side, including a decade at Wolf Ollins where he was managing director and global principle.
Houston’’s first stint as the client in control the budget hasn’t been an easy one. He walked into a company ready for change. Having just appointed a new chief marketing officer in Gary Bramall and gone through a £3bn buyout from venture capital firm Silverlake, bosses had begun the long process of overhauling the brand.
Its then small marketing team was bolstered with top hires from the likes of VCCP and Havas, as well as marketing execs from brands such as Amazon. Houston says it was “fusing the best of the agency and the brand world” as well as ushering in new agency support in the shape of Lucky Generals in a bid to tighten its grip on the competitive market.
In the marketer’s first few months there, Zoopla experimented with a new comms strategy, trying to find a balance between its “rational” marketing that gave people the facts and figures about moving home and the “emotional” brand building activity where it wanted to show it knew how important a decision it is in a person’s life.
This culminated in a major marketing campaign that launched on Boxing Day and told people ‘We know what a home is really worth’ and included a series of executions narrated by BBC star Diane Morgan.
It also created a “Zoopla diploma” where first time buyers could go through a step-by-step guide on what they would likely experience along the way. Over 100,000 signed up to the course, with Houston saying it is just one example of the kind of activity it was focusing its marketing budgets on.
“It’s a statement of intent really. The last 12 months have been a really exciting rollercoaster, but we’re not orientating around what Zoopla can be in the future. A lot of the stuff we’ve been doing in the last three to six months has been mini proof points of things we think we can do better in the future.”
But now, that future is looking very different. Until last week, people using its services was down 40% compared with pre-lockdown levels. As estate agents closed their offices, the usual plentiful supply of houses and flats coming to market also dried up.
“There have been about 373,000 transactions held up in the pipeline, which gives you a sense of the scale of the impact and how many transactions were affected,” explains Houston.
So Zoopla halted all major marketing activity and made changes to what channels it would prioritise in an effort to reflect the cataclysmic effect the situation was having on the housing market.
“I would categorise that as being resourceful, smart and lean in terms of budget. I won’t go into specifics, but we’re being balanced and responsive. We’ve tried not to overreact but instead be conservative.”
Despite demand being at a record low, Houston knew the company needed to continue to communicate with people as best It could. With big above-the-line activations out of the question, it instead challenged agency Lucky Generals to come up with a “nimble, low cost” idea that would get people engaged with the brand on social and help them when they are spending more time at home.
“There was pressure to react quickly and we could have had a kneejerk reaction,” recalls Matt Gainsford, strategist at Lucky Generals. “We could have just paid someone to do another yoga class or cook along and that would have kind of been answering that need in some way. But we saw people were building forts on Instagram and Facebook and we felt that could be linked to Zoopla – people building homes within their homes. It gave us permission to reward what people were already doing.”
And so a competition – which is still ongoing – launched to encourage people to submit their best pictures of the forts they’ve built, along with an estate agent style caption describing their structures. Over 900 people have participated so far – a number impressive enough for Houston that he’s mulling how it can continue to use social to better effect as the market begins to recover.
“Since the announcement on Wednesday, search is up by 139% versus the last four weeks,” he says. “We’re optimistic with that news.”
And while there’s been some controversy over the decision to allow the public to view a stranger’s property but insist they still socially distance from close family and friends, Zoopla is nonetheless beginning to ramp up its marketing activity to explain the situation to wary buyers and sellers.
It hosted an exclusive conversation with the UK’s housing minister on its blog, while its content marketing team has been in overdrive trying to help people make sense of the new rules.
“We’re using our in-house research and insights team to really help people understand the impact of the government changes, the health of the market and the potential outlook over the next nine months,” says Houston.
“What we’re trying to do with any of our strategic thinking and marketing planning for the rest of the year is to pull back to the fact that this has been a really disruptive time for people, particularly if they’re trying to move home. In the immediate period, we’re just trying to make sure people can move in a safe way. So anything we can do to make clear the government guidelines…that’s the number one priority.”
But, as time goes on and normality resumes, Houston admits that the marketing plan Zoopla set for 2020 may no longer be relevant. “We have to have a bit of reflection on who is most likely to move further down the line. That’s going to be a significant bit of work for us.
”In the medium to longer term, we’ll have wait and see and base it on the trends we’re seeing in the data to give us confidence to re-enter the market with campaign activity. One of the benefits of being a digital business means we can really see how people are browsing and searching, and that will inform our marketing approach.
“For example, the rental market has bounced back a lot quicker than sales. So that might mean we really focus differently on what we talk about and who we help.”

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A bold new marketing strategy for a brave new world- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Across Europe, countries are seeing lockdown restrictions lifted and some semblance of ‘normal life’ is starting to resume. What a relief! For many business owners, this means kickstarting your operations and prospecting once more, leaving one vital question to be answered: are you ready and what is your plan?
Currently, gone is any focus on profiteering – instead, companies are connecting with their clients on a more personal level and are genuinely helping those in need. This is something that brands must be careful not to simply snap out of as lockdown is eased – a return to normal too quickly will look at best confusing and at worst completely disingenuous.
Marketing after Covid-19
Have you been hiding? The first thing you must address is your current brand presence. Have you been communicating frequently with your clients, your prospects and your community? Or have you been hiding, not knowing how to react, thus allowing your brand presence to fade as the world copes with this crisis? If you were scared, now is the time to be brave. Ease back into your comms and write your first post now.
With so many businesses facing financial uncertainty, your fans may think that your company has not survived, or may simply have forgotten about you in the chaos. Make sure they know you are still here and how you are approaching the “new normal.”
Beware, this situation changes so fast that without staying informed you can easily end up communicating something that is no longer true. It should go without saying that you don’t want to propagate fake news, so keeping on top of the Covid-19 situation and its effects on your industry should be your number one priority. Breed confidence, but stay truthful and aware.
You also need to remember that coming out the pandemic your clients and customers will be in very different positions. Marketing after Covid-19 doesn’t mean that you must avoid talking about your products – just tread carefully. You could try adding extra value to your normal offering, subtly acknowledging that times have been very tough; why not offer free delivery of your goods, or provide risk-free cancellation on holiday bookings?
Lastly, although lockdown restrictions are starting to ease this is only the beginning, with many set to work from home for months to come and many social establishments such as bars and restaurants reportedly staying closed for the meantime. This means that digital will remain the best way to capture attention and grow your client base – here’s how to do it.
Digital advertising
At our digital marketing agency Relevance, we have seen average cost per click (what you pay to get somebody onto your website) depreciating rapidly since January 2020, falling by around 50% each month from January through to April. After watching Google & co’s CPC pricing escalating over the past 20 years it is welcome news for advertisers to see advertising is actually getting cheaper. Did I just say that? It is not only for search, but it is also for paid social, programmatic and direct buys from publications. We are in a buyer’s market at last.
We have also noticed that advertiser search impression share has been rising at an average of 20% per month since January 2020, for clients who have continued to advertise. If you haven’t already, now is the time to take advantage of this, immediately gaining increased site traffic and conversions without any need to increase budget. If you pulled all ad spend during the outbreak, you still have the chance to benefit and at a great return. Just make sure your ads, and landing pages are providing empathy and of course relevant solutions to their needs.
Companies would be smart to target local during this time, with travel restrictions in many regions meaning that your clients will likely remain within their own country. Granular, location-based targeting in postcode areas is often recommended for brands, but a key change could be that settings on Facebook and LinkedIn are changed from ‘travelling through’ to ‘residing in’, reflecting the fact that many individuals may remain in their own homes for the foreseeable future. However, as restrictions become more relaxed you might bet on the great escape to the countryside, the beach or the mountains.
Most businesses will find it necessary to split campaigns down to country level, as messaging will be different depending on what stage of lockdown each country is in and their specific restrictions. Be sure to run your ads at the most appropriate time for each country – for example, from 6am to 11pm for Europe and adjusting this as needed for specific time zones. On Google Ads, ensure that your call extensions are set to the most local number you have for that country/region.
Many of us are feeling distanced from the world around us, so use your ads as a way to start a conversation with your audience. Instead of simply drawing people to your website, why not invite people to message or video call one of your team? If your company is experiencing unprecedented levels of communication and you don’t have the staff to deal with it, set up a chatbot to answer all FAQS before directing the client to book a call slot if their question cannot be answered online.
Some brands have been nervous to advertise, not to appear too pushy, but those that have dared to be bold have been rewarded with cheaper ads and a larger market share. Marketing after Covid-19 presents a unique opportunity to establish your brand with a high-quality ad score, while there is less competition and get in the minds of yours and your competitor’s customers.
PR and content
Lockdown measures have seen the vast majority of people reading, watching and listening to more online media, with 80% of consumers in the US and UK saying they consume more content since the outbreak. It’s kind of obvious though isn’t it? This has caused news outlets and blog sites to be hungrier than ever for topical, informative articles. Depending on your brand’s tone, it’s an immeasurable opportunity to get published on high domain authority (DA) sites thus getting great referral traffic and helping your SEO.
In terms of communicating with your clients, as mentioned earlier, now is the time to make yourself heard. Send out mailers, write thought leadership articles on LinkedIn, create podcasts – whatever you do, make sure that your content is high quality, as plenty of other brands will have had the same idea. I would even say be a little edgy so you stand out. Your content should be adding value, not providing white noise.
As soon as you can, get video crews out to shoot footage, whether that be a walkaround tour of a new product, that has come to market, a 360 degree video of a property/resort, a boutique product promotion, or perhaps a video demonstrating how you will be sterilising your products or keeping your guests safe. If this is not possible, cut together some pre-existing video footage that you can share in a new way.
Social media
With 500 million active users globally and more than 1 billion video views per day, TikTok entered the Covid-19 crisis in a strong position and has come out as arguably the most powerful social media platform of 2020. In fact, the video app saw an 18% increase in downloads and was downloaded 2 million times between March 16 and 22, an increase from the previous week’s 1.7 million. TikTok also saw a 27% increase in the first 23 days of March compared to February with 6.2 million downloads.
Following widespread influencer success, brands like Burberry and Gucci have embraced this new platform and have been rewarded with high engagement. Despite lockdowns easing around the world, TikTok’s popularity looks to be going nowhere, making it a strong consideration for your digital marketing after Covid-19 strategy, but be aware that your content needs to be young and fresh. The best way to learn what works is to dive in and start testing.
Looking at other platforms, Facebook and Instagram have experienced both growing and decreasing engagement through the pandemic, depending on where in the world users are. A report by Social Bakers states that between March 2019 and 2020, Instagram has seen growth in interactions in countries including Japan (10%), while most of the countries in Europe, North America and the Middle East experienced a decline.
So, depending on where your audiences are, you may either want to boost or limit your efforts for these two channels.
Twitter reported in late March that its total monetisable daily active users jumped 23% to 164 million quarter-to-date, driven by the conversation around Covid-19. Meanwhile, as of the end of April LinkedIn has grown to have 690 million total members, increasing from 675 million back in January and recording a 26% growth in user sessions over this time. These platforms are the perfect place to share your company’s news and of-the-moment topical insights, which done right can help boost your business’ status as an authority.
As mentioned earlier, online video consumption is on the rise and this is no doubt leading to an increased number of YouTube users, however, the platform has warned its creators that video removals may increase during the Covid-19 pandemic. This is due to fewer staff being on hand to review videos. However, this shouldn’t put brands off from pushing their video content as soon as possible. We know YouTube is fighting hard with IGTV so you will now see videos in premium Google spots, so pushing hard on YouTube will also help your SEO strategy.
WhatsApp reported at the end of March an increase in usage that grew from an initial 27% bump in the earlier days of the pandemic to 41% in the mid-phase. For countries already in the later phase of the pandemic, WhatsApp usage has jumped by 51%. This means that now is a great time to consider building a WhatsApp marketing strategy if you haven’t already. Remember, marketing campaigns on WhatsApp need to feel personal, giving users an opportunity to chat with brands on a truly one-to-one basis.
You shouldn’t need to make significant changes when marketing after Covid-19 in terms of SEO. The big initiatives are in my SEO & Digital Marketing Strategy tips for 2020. This advises on concentrating on video SEO, Google real estate, featured snippets, image SEO, optimised website structure, mobile-first, no-follow backlinks, long-tail keywords, blogging and branded SEO.
One obvious addition to these SEO tips for 2020 is local landing pages – these will be key as populations are forced to shop close to home, so make sure your website isn’t missing those. And make sure your Google My Business Listing is not only up-to-date but also update the news.
There are countless reports showing smartphone use is on the rise, meaning there is no excuse to leave your website unoptimised for mobile. Making your website mobile-friendly will benefit your business even if you are not currently seeing more mobile visitors, ensuring it shows up higher in search results, so there’s no time like the present. Can you really afford to be turning off your clients in this economic climate? Please also understand internal search clients using the internal website search often convert at a much higher rate than other website visitors so make sure they are finding what they are looking for.
Finally, as of writing, Google has confirmed a May 2020 core algorithm update rolling out today, so do stay on your toes and watch those Google patents as they do give you a good idea towards the future of search.
Are you ready?
If you have been hiding behind your logo, not knowing what to do, this needs to end now. As we have seen, there are so many new opportunities across all aspects of digital marketing – from capitalising on the falling cost per click on digital advertising platforms to creating authentic video content that captivates a hungry audience, and from building global brand awareness on TikTok to building a mobile-friendly site that your brand will never stop benefiting from. It wouldn’t just be foolish to ignore this unique window, it could also be dangerous to the future of your business.
Be bold in your marketing strategy. Remember that this is a brave new world we face, but that we face it together. Your clients will appreciate you being by their side through this confusing time, especially if you are providing them with wisdom that they cannot get elsewhere. Don’t give up, even if surviving means adapting your entire marketing strategy. With the right tools and ideas, you can emerge from the Covid-19 crisis stronger than ever before.

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Ask Keith Weed: How much marketing budget should be spent on upskillng marketers?- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Each week, revered marketer and chairman of the Advertising Association Keith Weed, who will be one of the speakers at Tempemail’s Can-Do Festival, will take questions from marketers around the world in an attempt to help solve their problems through is experience of a long, and highly successful career that has seen it all.
Jan Gooding: Given you think marketers are not as well educated as you think they should be about media – what proportion of marketing budget do you think should be invested in developing the skills and capability of marketing people in any given company?
Hi Jan,
What I am calling for is a mindset shift from sporadic training days on particular issues to a commitment to ongoing learning. That will require a blend of company led formal training and ongoing self-help. The challenge is that marketing has changed so much in recent years. With all the many opportunities to engage with consumers through multiple different channels which require multiple different approaches, it’s not surprising that marketers are finding it hard to keep up.
The flip side is marketers who build their capability muscles will be more and more in demand. So yes, leaders do need to invest in their people with training but individuals need to also invest in themselves. While marketing’s transformation is being largely driven by technology, technology also offers development opportunities. There are some great high value, low price online training options out there. For example, the online Schoolofmarketing.co (which I must add, I liked so much I became an investor in it). This enables individuals to build their skills in different areas for a low entry price. I raise this as a practical example, as too often
businesses get caught up in high cost solutions when in fact there are now real low-cost opportunities. So, if your business isn’t providing sufficient training, you can afford to train yourself. Investing in yourself to improve your skills is probably one of the best returns on investment available. I encourage all marketers to prioritise their own learning and development… or change their career aspirations.
Weed will be one of a number of speakers at Tempemail’s forthcoming virtual Festival; Tempemail’s Can-Do Festival. To receive details on the event can be found at the registration page.
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When times get tough, your marketing needs to get agile- Tempemail – Blog – 10 minute

Uncertain times and changing conditions mean you probably need to scrap your old marketing plan.
Great marketing weaves together an understanding of your customers’ needs and behaviours, a view on the opportunities that will positively impact our business, and an analysis of past trends to foresee future ones.
In these times, however, that certainty and predictability is absent. Business rules are changing. Economic turbulence is looming. Our customers and behaving and working in brand new ways.
You need to change the way you tackle the marketing puzzle and become a more agile marketer. It’s time to develop a new approach to your marketing thinking.
Your aim is to save valuable cash and produce campaigns that minimise wastage. Produce campaigns promptly, and secure results more quickly in response to the rapidly changing environment. Keep your marketing engine operating during these uncertain times so that you continue to advance, even when times are hard. When the time is right you will need to come out with guns blazing.
Plan less. Experiment more.
Let’s be honest – we don’t have a clue what will happen tomorrow, never mind what will happen next month or quarter.
Focus on developing a mindset and a set of processes that will allow you to pinpoint new options and possibilities, and trial new alternatives.
In short, this requires shifting from a deliberate marketing strategy to an emergent strategy. Invent a culture of creating hypotheses and then experimenting with these hypotheses – you will learn something new every day.
What kinds of experiments should you be conducting?
Firstly, take advantage of decreased levels of competition and lower advertising costs. Now is the perfect time to create new offers and present them to specific target markets. You could run A/B split tests on new propositions on Facebook .
If you haven’t tried it, why not have a go at using Google’s free Conversion Rate Optimisation tool, Google Optimize to run CRO experiments.
More importantly: don’t wait – just do it!
Bet small. Win bigger.
One sure-fire way to win is by betting small before making that final big bet.
Professional gamblers know and use this tactic. They understand that small bets equal a smaller risk, and ultimately this will end in a bigger payoff. How can we increase the probability that we end up with a winning idea? Try more of them. If one doesn’t deliver, change your approach and try again.
Now is the perfect time to roll out a micro campaign – we all know that the economic climate is not right to be pushing out those large marketing campaigns. Micro campaigns allow you to do your research, recognise how your target market responds, and begin to develop your ideas for that one large bet.
Here are some small marketing ideas:

Take the opportunity to focus on creating high quality content
Fine tune your existing lead nurturing programs and marketing automation campaigns
Sharpen up your social media profiles and use social to forge new relationships
Gain feedback from your current target market and existing customers, and direct focus onto small market research projects
Update your website: edit content, messaging and promotions
Create highly targeted, miniature advertising campaigns and focus on who is clicking what

Ditch perfection. Strive for progress.
A committed, constant marketing effort will, given time, produce bigger results. It is within our power as marketers to make consistent and continuous progress.
Focus on small actions, even if they are imperfect. Think about the bigger picture – with every small change we deliver, we are making progress.
In these times, you may want to accept “good enough”. Often, our desires to achieve perfection before launching a campaign can hinder our progress. You need to act faster.
Time to market should be your focus. Set a deadline for having your campaign live. Predict factors that may slow you down: out of date administrative tasks; lags in getting worked approved; a lack of crucial information. Try to work around these.
Be conscious of how much you will lose if you delay. If you are postponing the experiment for fear of it not being perfect, weigh up how impactful the delay will be.
Work with a reliable, dependable partner. Make use of an existing partnership and leverage their experience to roll out inventive campaigns more rapidly. If the solution is out there, use it – now is not the time to be reinventing the wheel.
Use your data. Measure effectiveness.
This is the final step in closing the loop. You need to determine ways to effectively track your results as you conduct these small, imperfect experiments, and then share these results with the team involved.
These results are vital in planning the next small bet. The data that you have collated is invaluable, it is based on a real-life experiment, not just opinion or guesswork.
The only way to make smarter collaborative decisions and improvements next time is by assembling and sharing the data in real time. Don’t be tempted to skew the data to make a poor experiment appear successful – learn from the mistakes and work out which parts to tweak for the next campaign. You have precious data available; if it isn’t favourable don’t be afraid to bin the whole campaign and start from scratch.
Susan Harper, founder, Hallam

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How to Use Memes in Social Media Marketing – Blog – 10 minute

So you want to create amazing memes, huh? You’ve come to the right place. Mastering the art of memes is no easy feat, but luckily for you we’ve put together the ultimate guide on how to use those suckers like a pro.
Say goodbye to low engagement and a bored audience. Instead, say hello to enhanced brand loyalty and increased audience connections. 

Why Memes Work
A meme is a piece of satire that often capitalizes on a hidden meaning that exists in popular culture references. They are an efficient way to collect ideas, emotions, and actions in an easily transferable manner, making them ideal for going viral. 
The benefit of memes, especially for brand use, include:

Memes are cheap (and sometimes free), which makes them more likely to have a greater return on investment. Not many other methods of advertising can say that. 
They showcase brand personality, allowing for a unique opportunity to humanize and authenticate a brand voice. 
Memes increase audience engagement, and also contribute to higher levels of website traffic and brand memorability. 
They are easily accessible, considering that the same meme can be found across several different platforms. Twitter, however, is typically their place of origin. 
Increasing technology provides larger audiences and therefore a higher chance of going viral. Newer platforms such as TikTok offer an expanding audience, especially if you work with influencers who already have a built-in audience on the platform.

How to Use Memes 
Ultimately, memes can be a powerful tool for brands struggling to connect or expand target audiences. However, there are millions of memes floating around out there, which makes delivering content value through the chaos a challenge.
It’s crucial for marketers to thoroughly understand how to use memes in order to produce high quality content and not just another meh meme. Here are some tips:

Know your audience in order to develop an appropriate brand voice. Not everyone has an appreciation for memes. If your brand focuses on an older, classier audience, memes may not be the best way to connect.
Know your memes to avoid any embarrassing campaign mistakes. A good knowledge of memes will allow you to create more relatable and humorous content, without missing the mark.
Know which memes to repurpose to maximize engagement. When choosing a meme, look for one that is already popular and easy to understand. This way, the majority of the audience will resonate with the humor. 
Know how to incorporate memes into your social content to maintain relevance. This can be done by reacting to recent news or cultural phenomenon, participating in meme challenges, or reposting user-generated memes. 

Brand Examples 
Ruffles 
This chip brand saw a meme opportunity and they went for it! This meme never seems to get old, making it easy to understand and recognizable. Who’s craving some flamin’ hot Ruffles now?

Netflix 
Netflix knew just what we were all asking for this year. This meme did a great job of incorporating popular references with the brand name, without looking like a blatant advertisement. 

Jimmy John’s 
This sandwich chain knows the struggle! Not only was their post relatable, but it stimulated tons of engagement. Fans were tagging friends and sharing the post for weeks. 

Gucci
This luxury brand proved that even they have a sense of humor. While it’s not always advised for affluent brands to dabble in the art of memes, Gucci did it just right. 

BarkBox
Of course, we can’t leave out BarkBox, a pet subscription brand that is known for their hilarious memes. This post is a great example of light-hearted humor that sells!

Things to Avoid
While memes are a great way to connect with an audience, it can also pose hidden risks for a brand. The value of memes is primarily derived from two key things: humor and relevance.
Both of those are subjective, which makes things slightly more tricky as a meme could be deemed hilarious by one viewer and wickedly offensive by the next. 
In order to avoid a disastrous blunder on social media, here are a few meme tips and tricks of staying out of trouble:

Keep it simple to avoid any misunderstandings or confusion. A good meme can speak for itself without any further explanation.
Be careful what you joke about even if it’s not overtly offensive. Topics such as race, gender, and religion are always in bad taste and should be avoided at all times.
Don’t push harsh branding as that will only eliminate any enjoyment of the meme and it will be viewed as an ad. Rather, the meme should feature your brand, not be about it. 

The Takeaway
Memes are a great way to connect with your audience and develop a relatable brand personality. While they may have short life-spans, memes are an engagement tool that can be used to boost interactions and reach.
If your brand is looking for an inexpensive content strategy to go viral, start using memes in social media marketing like a boss.

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Father’s Day Tempemail Marketing Campaigns, Subject Lines & Templates – Blog – 10 minute

Who Are The Gifts For?
You would think that Father’s Day gifts are only meant for fathers – that’s not true! Father’s Day is symbolic; people buy gifts for any father figure they may have in their life, including step-fathers, grandfathers, uncles, Godfathers, and even sons and nephews.
Parents and siblings may buy a Father’s Day gift for their son or brother, who is a father himself. Friends may purchase gifts for their friends who are fathers or have recently become one.
Here is a graphic to show who receives the most Father’s Day gifts:

(Source: NRF)
What do Consumers Look for When Purchasing Father Day Gifts?
Research shows that consumers prefer qualities of uniqueness, convenience, cost-effectiveness, and personalization when they purchase a gift for Father’s Day.

Where are the Gifts Being Bought?
Since people are increasingly giving value to unique gifts, it is expected that they will purchase more from small businesses that offer exclusive and often customized merchandise. However, convenience may propel them towards departmental stores as well.
Here are the complete statistics:

Are People Shopping for Gifts Online?
Online shopping has grown exponentially in the past decade; online purchases make up 14.1% of retail sales worldwide, and this trend is predicted to grow even more in the coming years. In the USA, 91% shop online and spend an average of $1804 on online shopping. Therefore, it is no surprise that a lot of gift purchasing is going to be done online.
Given the Coronavirus pandemic, the trend may even grow as businesses are expected to remain under lockdown. Although European countries are reopening their economy, health experts are predicting a second wave of the virus, which can propel countries towards lockdown again.
Not much is known about the virus, and everything is uncertain. Therefore, it is safe to assume that consumers will prefer to shop online rather than to risk going outside.
What To Include In Your Father’s Day Tempemail Campaign?
Now that you are aware of the types of gifts people want to purchase, how much money they spend, and how they spend it, it is time to devise an engaging email campaign that will encourage the consumer to buy Father’s Day gift from your business.
Here is what you should focus on:

Uniqueness: one of a kind gifts such as luxury items, symbolic items, and customized items (engraved with recipient’s name, etc.)
Convenience: online delivery, easy purchase process, easy-to-use website, etc.
Cost-effectiveness: include sales promotion tactics to offer value to your clients. For instance, Father’s Day discounts and free shipping.
Subscription boxes: monthly, bi-monthly, and quarterly subscription boxes have grown in popularity over the past 3 years. Offer a specially curated subscription box to increase sales on Father’s Day.
Segmentation & Targeting: The 25 – 44 demographic spends the highest money, target them if they are compatible with your business niche.

Father’s Day Tempemail Marketing Examples
In this section, we are going to include Father’s Day email campaigns from last year that stood out from the clutter.
Remember, your goal is to capture your target audience’s attention so that they open and read your email instead of tossing it in the trash without even a second glance.
Father’ Day Tempemail Campaign Example for Special Outing: Promotional Tempemail
Based on historical spending data, researchers expect consumers to spend more on a special outing and experience-based gifts in 2020. This trend was popular in 2019 as well, as evident by this attractive email by Airbnb, which encourages clients to purchase an Airbnb booking for their dad.
Pay special attention to:

Father’s Day email subject line
Product placement
The use of colors

The layout of the graphic uses bright colors to attach travel with a fun experience. One look at this campaign and you will immediately want to book your dad a ticket.
You can also add a touch of uniqueness/personalization in this email by hinting at places that your dad might like to revisit.
For example: Take your Dad back to his Honeymooning Days, Visit Paris.
Product placement: in the graphic, the different Gift cards (worth $25, $100, and $500) are displayed front and center. This informs the consumer about the variety of gift cards you have available, so they can make their choice.

Tempemail Marketing Campaign Example: A Simple Wish Goes a Long Way
You may stand out from your brand by simply wishing your customers a Happy Father’s Day. A heartfelt note from you can put you in your customer’s good books, and they may be inclined to buy more.
Add a link to your products, brand page, and other social media links to increase the chance of a conversion.
Companies can also use this Father’s Day email design to wish their employees. Whether you are a software development company or a clothing retailer, wishing your employees a Happy Father’s Day email is the right thing to do.

Tempemail Marketing Campaign Example for Clothing: Emotional + Cost-effective
In this excellent email campaign example, the seller hooked the consumer with an emotional subject line: Support for the man who supported you and follows it up with a discount code, especially for Father’s Day.

Wrapping Up
Father’s Day is an emotional holiday; for many, it is a time to say thank you to their dad’s for their unconditional love and support. For others, Father’s Day is a chance to show their appreciation for men who influenced their lives and taught them valuable lessons. It is a way to encourage young fathers and show your support.Brands can include themselves by capitalizing on the pathos of the event, attract people with uniqueness and sentimentality and convert them with the promise of cost-effectiveness and convenience.
Remember to be tactful throughout!
Did this guide to Father’s Day Tempemail Campaign help? Let us know your thoughts.

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