Your innovative FinTech service or product could revolutionize the world but it doesn’t mean much if nobody’s heard of it. Here’s a look at how Inbound Marketing is more relevant than ever when it comes to blockchain services in the face of recent changes to regulation within the online advertising industry.
It’s no secret that the Facebook algorithm is constantly changing. Given the fact that, over the course of its lifespan, Facebook has evolved from an invite-only networking platform to one of the largest social giants in the industry (with one billion daily active users) it makes sense that they constantly refine the way their platform works.
Interest in blockchain and FinTech is, for the most part, still tied to the value of Bitcoin in USD as people slowly begin to understand what the technology is about but while recent fluctuations in Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies might have you doubting your resolve social media growth is possible with or without the massive search volumes we’re seeing this year for the keywords “blockchain” and “ico”, and this growth can in turn drive more traffic to your site. Here are our top 3 social media growth hacks that companies in the FinTech and blockchain space can utilize today.
With blockchain and cryptocurrencies firmly in the public-eye there’s never been a better time to take your FinTech product or service ICO live. You’ve put in the work to develop your product but might not know how to build your user base, find investors, and explain your complex product to the masses. The best way to bring your idea to the people is with Inbound Marketing. Leveraging this form of online marketing for FinTech companies allows you to turn complete strangers into loyal users, customers, and even evangelists.
Inbound FinTech Marketing is a vast process, but there are a few things you can implement today to help you kill it in 2018. Let’s take a look at where you can start:
There are no shortage of articles on the Top Marketing Trends for 2018 and most of them are, in my opinion, pretty bang on. But what do these changes mean for you, the marketer? Is automation going to put you out of a job, will you need to learn some new skills, or will you be able to coast through 2018 unscathed?