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This famous beer brand’s latest advertisement is all about the importance of getting vaccinated (and being able to safely enjoy a beer with family and friends again soon). Samuel Adams’ “Your Cousin From Boston Gets Vaccinated” ad features a character who isn’t the sharpest tool in the shed. But even he made an appointment to get vaccinated against COVID-19. As a Denver ad firm, we’re always on the search for timely and meaningful ads, and this was one of our absolute favorites from the month of April.
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.
Social media is always evolving. Every few months new platforms pop up, top-performing content changes, and algorithms update, so it’s no wonder why it’s tough to stay on top of trends. As 2020’s events have forced more online communication, social media marketing has taken on greater significance than ever before. And as a result, Denver social media marketing is continuing to change.
In the spring of 2018, FiG helped a long-time client start a new and exciting venture called Hope N Wellness. Their new business operates an online affiliate of Metagenics supplements. The organization was founded to help provide Americans easy access to high-quality supplements to ultimately improve their health and well-being. The marketing team at FiG has worked diligently over the past 2 years to improve the online visibility of Hope N Wellness. Thanks to our social media strategy in Denver, we’ve achieved that goal.
In early January, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, announced that the leading social platform would be doubling down on their fundamental goals of connecting people with content they love. With a user-centric mentality driving the algorithms that determine post order, it is time for brands to adapt their social strategy to facilitate more meaningful interactions.