Top 5 Must-Reads: Weekly Round-Up - 7.24.15
Jul 24, 2015Sara Brasfield
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From creating your own infographics and building your brand's best website, to understanding the importance of TV advertising, here is a quick round-up of the best marketing, advertising and small business related content you may have missed this week:
According to a new study from the Video Advertising Bureau, upping your TV ad spending is a guaranteed way to increase your business. This article from AdWeek provides more detail and supporting data.
The personality of your product is often the reason your customers choose your brand. From taking charge of your content to practicing what you preach, this post explains how to establish the best personality for your brand.
A social media presence has become a necessity for nearly all brands. If you are new to the social marketing game, or if you have yet to utilize social media campaigns to their full potential, this quick checklist from Hootsuite is a great place to start.
The advertising industry now focuses heavily on driving traffic to online stores and websites. But once you have your customers on your site, you need to be sure you're providing them with the best user-experience possible. This infographic breaks down the 10 basics of small business web design.
5. How to Plan, Create and Promote Your Infographics (HubSpot Marketing Blog)
We've previously emphasized the importance of visuals on your company's blog, website and social channels, and infographics are a great way to serve up information in a fun, visually-appealing way. How do you get started? Take a peek at this free eBook from HubSpot.
Want to see more of Cox Media's content from this week?
The Year in Sports Media Report: 2014 [Quick Read]
Stand Out & Get Noticed [eBook]
About the Author
Sara is the Content Marketing Manager for Cox Media's corporate team in Atlanta, with a passion for writing and delivering relevant insights for advertisers. With more than seven years of experience in B2B marketing, Sara aims to help Cox Media's current and future clients connect with their customers find new and unique ways to grow their business. Outside of the (now virtual!) office, Sara loves spending time running, reading and supporting her favorite teams (Go Braves & Gamecocks!).View All of Sara's Blogs