Author: Jane Vance

B2B marketers face a unique set of challenges when creating online marketing campaigns. Unlike B2C marketing, it’s a bit more difficult for B2B businesses to find their target market and collect qualified leads. B2B marketers don’t want to waste their time and resources casting a net for more general leads that might work well for B2C...

Many marketers focus their promotion efforts around major holidays. But why stop collecting leads during the “slower” months? Take advantage of the quieter time of the year, and build lists that will come in handy all year round with a campaign that celebrates SPRING! Below you will find six campaigns, along with helpful tips for setting...

Everyone’s been talking about UGC and just how valuable it is for your business. We’ve collected six unique campaigns to keep your UGC collection efforts fresh. Plus, we included email marketing suggestions to help turn those UGC leads into sales. AgChoice Farm Credit’s 2020 Calendar Contest Everyone wants their 15 minutes of fame. A photo contest where winners’...

What are your online marketing goals? If you’re like most marketers, you’re looking to raise brand awareness, gain leads, and increase sales. Would it surprise you if I said email marketing outshines social media marketing by helping you tick all of these boxes? It shouldn’t. Email is an essential tool in your marketing toolbox, and the...

Having trouble getting back into the flow with your online marketing after the holidays? Dive right in to 2019 with a lead generation campaign. These campaigns are easy to set up quickly, and they work well for engaging your audience. Plus, they generate valuable leads for future remarketing purposes. Mission Foods’ “Snack Showdown” Vote-to-Enter Contest The Super Bowl...

This post has been updated to reflect changes in Facebook/Instagram's policies, announced on December 11, 2018 Instagram changed the way hashtag contests are run in December 2018. Now, Instagram hashtag contest entries must include both the contest hashtag(s) and an @mention of the Instagram Business Account running the contest. Learn more by reading Hashtag Contests & Instagram’s...