The Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority (CRVA) works to deliver experiences that uniquely enrich the lives of our visitors and residents. Through leadership in destination development, marketing and venue management expertise, the CRVA leads efforts to maximize the region’s economic potential through visitor spending, creating jobs and opportunities for the community. Brands supported by the CRVA include the Charlotte Convention Center, Spectrum Center, Bojangles’ Entertainment Complex, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Charlotte Regional Film Commission and Visit Charlotte in conjunction with the region’s destination marketing brand, ‘Charlotte.’ Overview:The Digital Marketing Specialist is responsible for supporting the success of the CRVA’s digital properties and marketing strategy. This in
Digital Marketing, without any doubt, is the number one focus for all businesses that try to grow and bring new clients from the web. To gather the most helpful and relevant content marketing tips, we spoke with Fred King, the founder of a Silicon Valley-based digital marketing agency Global Marketing. Fred shared his thoughts on the most recent changes on the market and provided our readers with some valuable Internet content marketing tips. Number One: Create a Blog; Focus on Mobile and AMP I know you’ve read multiple articles about long-tail keyword strategies and how it is important to have your own content that will drive organic traffic. And this is still extremely relevant. Just make sure you have original content – check text and image originality via plagiarism
Every blue moon, you can actually hear a pop superstar be born. “Motivation” is that song, and Normani is that superstar in the making (but already well ahead in her development). Prior to “Motivation,” Normani had quite a successful incubation period, first as a member of Fifth Harmony and then with two Top 10 solo singles. However, everything we had heard from her in the period following Fifth Harmony’s hiatus had been collaborations, pairing her voice with fellow R&B-pop stars. “Motivation,” co-written by Ariana Grande, Max Martin, Savan Kotecha, Ilya Salmanzadeh and Normani, is the first time she has presented herself as a true solo artist able to carry a song on her own. She far exceeds expectation. Both song and video tip to the early Aughts
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NEW YORK, Aug. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- When it comes to online marketing, social media is essential for reaching the widest audience possible. Internet marketing company, fishbat, discusses 3 social media strategies airlines can take advantage of.(PRNewsfoto/fishbat)Roughly 70 percent of adults in the United States are active on social media. Moreover, it's common for the average social media user to have accounts spanning different platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. From a corporate standpoint, this equates to a consumer base that can be reached on different channels. Social media can help any business, airlines included, engage their current audience and attract newcomers alike. As is the case with any digital marketing approach, the potential of social media...
A study by Temkin Group revealed, “65% of buyers believe a positive experience with an enterprise is more influential than great advertising”. Numerous other studies suggest that customers now consider user-experience as a key differentiator between the brands. With every enterprise diverting investment towards creating a positive experience, the Gartner study that predicted “50% of enterprises will double their investment in customer experience” finds new ground. The changing dynamics of customer acquisition is coaxing business into spending more while attempts to retain existing customers find no buyer. Businesses today need to pivot from customer acquisition mindset to customer retention because retention is a proven way of acquiring referrals. A retained customer (promoter) is lik
No matter how great your next product is, it won’t sell to a single customer if no one knows it exists. Of course, the more people you can market your product to, the better your chances of dramatically increasing sales. That’s why making a product go viral has become such a popular goal for marketers. When that happens, potential customers from all over the world share your product with even more potential customers, maximizing your reach -- and doing so for free. Obviously, that would be incredible, especially if you can make your products go viral again and again. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be as daunting a task as it often sounds. Instead, just follow these five steps to leverage viral marketing for your next product. 1. Clarify your product’s practical value. Products that go
Staff Sgt. Michael Mantenuto had big plans. The 1st Special Forces Group soldier and former college hockey athlete was probably best known for his role in the 2004 Disney movie “Miracle, ” about the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team. After his Hollywood career stalled, he enlisted in the Army. He had been stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, since December 2013, and by 2016, he was trying to turn over a new leaf in his long-running drug and alcohol addiction, creating a peer-to-peer mental health and substance abuse support program for his fellow soldiers, under the supervision of his command. On April 24, 2017, he was supposed to link up with with a fellow soldier who was being released from in-patient treatment, to tell him about the new program, of which he’
Over the weekend, Normani's video for "Motivation" sent shockwaves through the blogosphere. Now, her next-level dance moves have also inspired a viral challenge, and we can't get enough. While there's no shortage of GIF-able moments and early-aughts pop references in the video, one particular moment on the court has everyone shook. In one dance sequence, Normani nails a dance move in which she booty bumps a basketball in what many are dubbing "the dance move of the century." (Fun fact: On the very same basketball court that Jennifer Lopez filmed "I'm Real (Remix)," no less.) <a href="http://adserver.adtechus.com/adlink/3.0/5151/5080360/0/0/ADTECH;loc=300;key=key1+key2+key3+key4;grp=[group]" target="_blank"><img src="//adserver.adtechus.com/adserv/3.0/5151/508...
Professional baseball players are some of the most disciplined, hard working athletes out there. With 162 games to play per season, and very little room for error, it is essential for these players to stay at the top of their game mentally. I have been absolutely obsessed lately with learning the habits and mindsets of high performance individuals–whether it’s CEO’s in the boardroom, or baseball players on the field–these people all have something in them that drives them to be the best. I recently landed an exclusive interview with New York Yankees outfielder, Cameron Maybin, who was kind enough to share his thoughts on what it takes to perform at the highest level of sports. Learn what the Yankees’ Cameron Maybin does to stay sharp… How do you stay sharp–during the season