Most businesses fail to create an image of their ideal client - an "avatar" that gives them a crystal-clear picture of "who" they are marketing to. As a result, the marketing
From the trout pout and duck lips to butt lifts gone wrong and cleft palates, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery are tight markets. And, it's not that easy to carve out (pun intended) a defined market position. When one considers the nature of their work, it can occasionally come out less than perfect. It is estimated that less than 1% of all procedures have difficulties; 25,000 last year. Butt let's face it, nothing is perfect and when things go sideways with a person's physical body, it's extremely noticeable, and makes the news quickly.
So, cosmetic and reconstructive surgeons don't have it as easy as the television shows and public perspective might reflect.
Long gone are the days where businesses avoid talking politics in their advertising. It was a long-standing taboo that talking about political events or politics in general will push away a portion of your audience. This can still be true for very polarizing topics or if you are only catering to one side of the political spectrum. Well curated political content in your ads will still carry a level of risk but can be very enjoyable for your audience.
Let’s hop right in. In the previous 2 posts we talked about the likely outcome of this depression and how you will have to change your business to stay in business and take advantage of the incredible opportunity that is available because of it.
Welcome to the business, post-Covid. The world will not be the same for a long time. Things have radically changed and are not going back to normal.
1. How many people use Instagram world-wide every month?
If you answered 1 billion - you are correct. For active users in traditional social networking platforms, Instagram comes in second only to Facebook (who own Instagram).