14 Digital and Social Media Marketing Trends 2014 Infographic


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Digital and Social Media Marketing Trends 2014. It’s been a huge year for social media, particularly in marketing, but what’s on the horizon?

Laurens ten Hagen‘s insight:

It’s been a huge year for social media, particularly in marketing, but what’s on the horizon for the next 12 months?

 

Content marketing has quickly established itself as an important tool for brands, and that trend is expected to develop next year. Images will continue to outperform words for engagement metrics, and hashtags are going to become a leading search tool. Mobile marketing is likely to surpass other forms of online advertising, and social media will become an essential aspect of all business strategies.

 

Social Media and SEO Integration – In the past, the understanding was that social media was separate from SEO. Google and other search engines are now taking into account social media activity to generate search engine results, making the merger more important for small business owners. This means that more social media avenues and campaigns should yield improved SEO goals and vice-versa. While these are just a few of the trends going forward into 2014, they are ones that can be easily ignored by the competition.

They are also easy to implement and not costly. It just requires a small change in strategy and a commitment to include new technologies and old know-how into a social media marketing plan that can yield better sales in 2014.

 

This infographic from TwinEngine proposes 14 online and social media marketing trends for 2014.

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