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COVID-19 has had a profound impact on businesses in nearly every industry. A global economic downturn, reductions in consumer income, and social distancing have forced companies to adopt new marketing strategies to stay afloat in such turbulent times. But as more and more Americans are getting vaccinated and restrictions are lifting across the country, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. And as things slowly start to return to “normal,” marketers need to shift their strategies yet again. Today, we’re covering three trends to follow for effective marketing post-pandemic. 
Social media has come a long way from its humble beginning on MySpace. And the industry is continuing to evolve and change even today! Between new platforms, trends, and marketing methods, there are plenty of ways that you can leverage social media to benefit your business. Today we'll give you a detailed rundown of how social media in Denver is changing and how your business may be able to benefit from it.
Search engine optimization is always evolving. And if you don't stay on top of trends or adjust your strategy when Google changes their algorithm, it's tough to rank on the first page of results. And believe it or not, only 0.78% of people click on results from the second page of Google. If you want to generate organic traffic to your website, ranking on the first page is key. To do that, you need to understand the ins and outs of search engine optimization (SEO). As a top digital agency in Denver, we're here to share our 9 best SEO…
Google is one of the most dominant tech companies in the world. Considered one of the “Big Four” tech giants in the United States, Alphabet—Google’s parent company—is worth more than $1 trillion. And with more than 80% of the market share, it’s safe to say Google dominates the search engine industry. However, the U.S. Justice Department recently filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google that alleges abuse of its dominance over smaller competitors by operating like an illegal monopoly. This recent lawsuit stands to greatly impact SEO marketing in Denver in the near future.
According to Forbes, Generation Z (people born from 1995 to early 2010s) will make up 31% of the world’s population by 2021. This will make Gen Z the largest generation in the United States. As a business owner, you always want to be in-tune with your customer base. And as your target market continues to change and shift, you’ll need to rethink your marketing strategies. What once worked for Boomers won’t even get noticed by Gen Z. Don’t believe us? Here’s how Gen Z is impacting Denver marketing agencies every day. 
COVID-19 is impacting businesses across virtually every industry. Between stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and the resulting economic downturn, marketing has become more important than ever before. If businesses want to stay afloat amid all this turmoil and uncertainty, they’ll need to reevaluate their marketing strategy and look to the professionals for industry insights. During these trying times, top marketing firms in Denver are doing a number of things to ensure their clients still meet their marketing goals. Here are the top three strategies top firms are following. 
In January earlier this year, Google announced their plans to remove third-party cookies from their Chrome internet browser. This change comes in the wake of resounding consumer privacy concerns across the globe. Google’s announcement has marked a significant change in the digital advertising world. There are some challenges that marketers will face in Denver and across the nation in the next 2 years. We wanted to briefly touch on how this change will impact Denver PPC advertising and how you can start to adapt today.
In just three short months, 2020 has already proved to be an interesting year for the advertising industry. Between the innovative Super Bowl ads to the coronavirus pandemic, ads have been thoroughly shaped by many recent cultural and social circumstances. Amidst all the chaotic change, there have been instances of incredible advertising feats. As an advertising company in Denver, we are always eager to analyze and critique the top ads.
The world was shocked in the final days of January 2020 by the death of Kobe Bryant. The Los Angeles Lakers basketball star, his daughter, and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash in California. Following his death, an online petition was started to call for the NBA to change its logo to feature Kobe Bryant. Within just two days, the petition reached over 2 million signatures! Despite the fervent public support, it still remains unclear whether the NBA will adjust the logo or not. In the wake of all this news, we wanted to share a few thoughts…