Amazon Cloud Features

 Amazon cloud has created more exciting features that are providing business with incredible benefits that further engage them with their customers. Along with these features, they have also provided an easier way to organize, maintain and grow their data, and maintain all their business within one simple place.

Amazon Simple Storage Service is a scalable, high-speed, low-cost, web-based cloud storage service designed for online backup and archiving of data and different application programs. Amazon S3 provides two set of storage classes – S3 Standard and S3 Infrequent Access. Standard is set for frequently accessed data that is mainly delivered with low latency and high throughout. S3 Infrequent Access, however, offers a low storage prices for backups and long-term data storage.

One of its feature is the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, otherwise known as EC2. EC2 is a pay-as-you-go cloud platform which includes compute power, storage and database services as its core components. THE EC2 provides a multitude of virtual server deployment services and options, as well as computing, networking and security upgrades.

The use of EC2 reduces the time needed to boot and obtain new server instances to minutes, allowing the user to quickly scale capacity.
Within the cloud, it also features:

  • Unlimited data and object storage of most data types in various formats. A stored data set can range from 1 B to 5 TB.
  • Provides Reduced Redundancy Storage (RRS), which reduces latency by storing data in regionally segregated buckets, helping save resources.
  • Strong authentication ensures security of regionally stored data.

With Amazon Cloud features, your business is able to excel within its customer service, and even within the business itself. It is an easier way to gather all information needed and maintain it in a secure place that is also easily accessible to you and your workers.

How Design Plays a Part in Your Marketing Efforts

What are the effects of having a great design when it comes to marketing? It can help you be easily recognizable to your customers and audience. Most importantly, it can help the growth of your business as it develops its unique professionalism that only your business can bring to its field.

  • Clearer message – Conveying a clear message is important when marketing to your audience. Everyone would much rather read a text that combines text and imagery that tells a compelling story and intrigues them to be apart of it. Therefore, it is important to go visual as a picture speaks a thousand words. Instead of basic black and white, incorporate photographs, graphic representations to support the message you want to spread. As a result, it would make a bigger impact and be marketable to a wider audience.
  • Strengthen company – Maintaining a solid design within your brand can help customers not only recognize it, but trust your business as well. Every creative piece or service that happens within your company, should support the identity of your business. It will show you pay attention to detail and maintain good taste, leaving your business being seen as professionals in the field.
  • Consistency – The image of your display can be one of the easiest approaches to how your customers view your services. For example, using the same text styles, logos and same hues with a specific textual style and shading pallet can be an easier way for your logo to be identified. Keeping a consistency with your logo makes a lovelier ordeal and makes it simpler to recognize in every element that it is used. In other words, you quality work are what people require, and consistency in a logo will keep your customers coming.

Your design plays a huge role with marketing and can play a huge part of the business success. With a lot of experience and knowledge, the marketing and design aspect can be beneficial to your business and your customers.

Top Mistakes of Social Media Marketing Pt. 2

Last week we addressed part one of social media marketing mistakes that are common. Business and social media can efficiently work together when it is used properly and with a strategy. From engaging with your audience and providing quality content, it can come along way. It’s important to maintain a social media strategy that you can maintain and not using too many networks too soon. Here are a few more mistakes that should be avoided at all cost:

  • Cross Auto Posts – Avoid using auto post just to make the process of posting faster and easier. These platforms allow you to publish a piece of content on one social platform to the other. However, by doing so, you lack the specific use of each network. What works on Facebook, but does not entirely mean it will work on Twitter or LinkedIn. Everyone consumes content differently on social media platform, which means republishing a post just shows you don’t understand the capabilities of the platform. Instead, if using sites like these, provide the content to work for each network.

 

  • Over-hashtagging – The use of hashtag on social media has increased immensely. And, they continue to make businesses more visible to its customers. However, no one likes seeing a post on their social media platform that is filled with one too many hashtags. Instead, limit your hashtag usage to a sensible number, and make them relevant to what you are conveying in your post.
  • Forgetting to proofread – Forgetting to proofread can hurt your presence online and credibility. Avoid the damage by reading over your post and ensuring everything is spelled correctly and with proper grammar.

 

 

  • Giving to get – Initially, small companies are more successful in social media when they extend their knowledge that can benefit their customers. The audience go to them as experts, so it’s important to go out of the way to share useful content and make it easier for customers to use their products and services.

 

Next time you are using  social media, try adding these tips to better benefit your business and customers, and continue to further grow the brand and company.

Top Mistakes of Social Media Marketing Pt. 1

Social Media is everywhere and has become a critical way for businesses to reach out to their customers and continue their growth. It allows customers to speak about what has worked in the particular business and what has not. From Facebook, to Instagram, and Twitter, social networks are important to every business. Social media allows businesses to present themselves in a way that can appeal to its customers and continue to grow their brand.  However, that doesn’t entirely mean that it is always used properly. With social media marketing comes branding and presentation mistakes that can make your business fall short. Follow along to learn some tips on how to avoid them!

  • No Strategy – Having a strategy to how you’ll use social media is key! Without one, it becomes harder to deliver effective messages to your audience. For example, having a distinct social media voice, developing a policy for social media, or planning a social media calendar that designated when a post or topic goes up.
  • Too many, too soon  – This is a common one that most don’t think twice about. Businesses often times create a number of social media channels at once that it can limit their ability to engage with their followers and post quality content. To fix this issue, keep a focus on your media strategy, then when it is time to branch out, open up further accounts to where you can be sure you can offer quality and relevant content for your channel.
  1. Not engaging –  Your audience or customers are your best way to grow your media sites and fully expand on your business. It is important to maintain that relationship to where customers know you can be depended on through your social networks. Engage with your audience through direct marketing, finding out solutions to the problems or how to better the business. It is a great a way to create a relationship between you and your customers.

With these helpful tricks, your social media campaign will gain and receive a new audience that can only benefit your business and your customers, too. Come back next week as we’ll address more social media marketing mistakes and how to avoid them!